Canada: Muslim Women More Likely to Experience Discrimination Than Other Canadian Women
Source:Canadian Council Of Muslim Women
Muslim women are more likely to experience discrimination than Canadian women of other faith communities and remain on the fringes of political power in Canada, according to two groundbreaking reports released by the Canadian Council of Muslim Women.
Submitted on Thu, 03/24/2005 - 01:00
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