Equality and development

United States, 1975

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Episode of Series “Womanpower”.
Made during International Women’s Year, 1975, this film is about an International Women’s Forum discussing equal rights for women. In Tunisia, small changes have begun, but more is needed. Women need more education, and employment opportunities; to eradicate illiteracy and teach family planning. The cities and amusements belong to the men - this is to be changed.

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producer

Edward Magruder Jones

co-director

Mark Robbins

Elspeth MacDougall

production company

United Nations

Duration

00:26:57:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1975

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Womanpower

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Womanpower

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