International Women's Day: Celebrating remarkable

Christopher, Warren
March 1996
U.S. Department of State Dispatch;3/18/96, Vol. 7 Issue 12, p119
Presents a speech by the US Secretary of State Warren Christopher discussing the remarkable achievements of women in the government and the progress for women's rights and political participation. Aims of the programs for primary school in countries from India to Indonesia; Author's comment on women in positions of power in American diplomacy.


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