U.N. Scrutinizes Women’s Rights in East Timor

February 2, 2010 • Daily Email Recap

The new nation of East Timor left its first U.N. women’s rights inspection with a long to-do list. Lowering the world’s highest fertility rate and raising the lowest rate of birth control access are tall orders in the strongly Catholic culture.

The new nation of East Timor left its first U.N. women’s rights inspection with a long to-do list. Lowering the world’s highest fertility rate and raising the lowest rate of birth control access are tall orders in the strongly Catholic culture.

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