|Evaluating the Role of Gender Inequalities and Rights Violations in Women's Mental Health|
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Summary: By Leyla Gülçür (Health and Human Rights, Vol.5, No. 1, October, 2000, Boston: Harvard School of Public Health). Examination of the growing awareness—supported by health research and accepted in recent international documents such as the Beijing Platform for Action—that gender inequalities and violations of women's human rights, are closely linked to mental health problems, which disproportionately affect women (21 pages).
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Evaluating the Role of Gender Inequalities and Rights Violations in Women's Mental Health