By Riane Eisler, David Loye, and Kari Norgaard
Originally released at the U.N. Conference on Women held in Beijing, China in 1995, Women, Men, and the Global Quality of life, a CPS study of 89 countries, dramatically reveals the connection between women’s rights and a better quality of life for both men and women.
Using a variety of statistical analyses, this 123-page work conclusively correlates women’s higher educational levels, political representation, and access to contraception with a society’s overall higher living standards: life spans, health care, education, income, and preservation of the environment. This study points to policies needed for a partnership future
Reviews & Accolades
"Makes a clear and convincing case that the status of women is a barometer of the health of a society."—Melissa Schorr, Working Woman
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