• Women and men in the ESCAP region 

      UN.ESCAP (United Nations, 1998)
      The present report, Women and Men in the ESCAP Region, is intended to provide comparable data and analytical information on the situation of women and men in member and associate member countries or areas located within ...
    • Women in China : a country profile 

      UN.ESCAP (United Nations, 1997)
    • Women in Fiji : a country profile. 

      UN.ESCAP (United Nations, 1997)
      The present profile, while highlighting the gaps in available statistical data, attempts to provide a model for analysing and presenting the relevant data in a form that will be easily comprehended by planners and policy makers.
    • Women in India : a country profile 

      UN.ESCAP (United Nations, 1997)
    • Women in Indonesia : a country profile 

      UN.ESCAP (United Nations, 1998)
      Presents some descriptive information on women's role and status in Indonesia as well as statistical data. The aim is to propose additional measures to further enhance the participation of women in education, health, ...
    • Women in Republic of Korea : a country profile 

      UN.ESCAP (United Nations, 1998)
    • Women in Samoa : a country profile 

      UN.ESCAP (United Nations, 1997-09)
      In Samoa, as in most small island countries of the Pacific, women have traditionally played the role of homemakers. However, in recent decades women have been increasingly participating in various facets of socio-economic ...
    • Women in Sri Lanka : a country profile 

      UN.ESCAP (United Nations, 1997)
      The present profile on women in Sri Lanka attempts to bring together available data and information collected by various agencies,or provided through research studies, to give as comprehensive a picture as possible of the ...
    • Women in Thailand : a country profile 

      UN.ESCAP (United Nations, 1996)
      A country profile on the situation of women and men in the family, at work, and in public life.

      In Thailand women exceed men quantitatively; but in terms of overall human development men appear to excel women. ...

    • Women in the Islamic Republic of Iran : a country profile 

      UN.ESCAP (United Nations, 1998)
      The present profile attempts to bring together the available data and information on the country’s women, as well as to highlight the gaps in the existing database. It is hoped that, with suitable modifications, it can be ...
    • Women in the Pakistan : a country profile 

      UN.ESCAP (United Nations, 1997)
      The present profile attempts to provide an up-to-date information base on the situation of women in Pakistan, using available data sources, both statistical and in-depth case studies. The main objectives of this country ...
    • Women in the Philippines : a country profile 

      UN.ESCAP (United Nations, 1995)
    • Women in the Solomon Islands : a country profile 

      UN.ESCAP (United Nations, 1996)
    • Women in Vanuatu : a country profile 

      UN.ESCAP (United Nations, 1996)
      The systematic formulation and implementation of policies and programmes for improving the lives of ni-Vanuatu women is also hampered by lack of relevant and up to date data and information, as well as lack of analysis and ...
    • Women of Bangladesh : a country profile 

      UN.ESCAP (United Nations, 1995)
      Describes the situation of women and men in the family, at work, and in public life
    • Women of Nepal : a country profile 

      Singh, Shavitri (United Nations, 1996)
      The new Constitution of Nepal, promulgated in 1992, guarantees that there shall be no discrimination against any citizen in the application of general laws as well as in regard to the exercise of political and civil rights ...