Women are more likely to live in poverty and about 40 percent of women who head families live in poverty, the report cites the US National Women's Law Center (NWLC) as saying.
What does NWLC stand for?
NWLC stands for National Women's Law Center
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This report was prepared as a summary of an analysis by the Institute for Women's Policy Research, the National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity, the National Women's Law Center, and Wider Opportunities for Women, under the auspices of the National Coalition of Women and Girls in Education and the National Coalition on Women, Jobs and Job Training.
In November 2010, the National Women's Law Center in Washington, D.
director of the program on Race, Ethnicity, and the Economy at the Economic Policy Institute; William Spriggs, assistant secretary of labor for policy; and Fatima Goss Graves, vice president for Education and Employment at National Women's Law Center.
National Women's Law Center and Oregon Health Sciences University Conducted by the National Women's Law Center and Oregon Health Sciences University the report--based largely on federal objectives drawn from the U.
Assessing Hospital Policies & Practices Regarding Ectopic Pregnancy and Miscarriage Mismanagement Ibis Reproductive Health, 2011 Below the Radar: Health Care Providers' Religious Refusals Can Endanger Women's Lives and Health National Women's Law Center, 2011 This two-pronged report uses the survey by Ibis Reproductive Health into the impact that the "Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services" have on the care pregnant women receive at Catholic hospitals.
The latest health report card for women, issued last Thursday by the National Women's Law Center (Washington DC) and Oregon Health and Science University (Portland), paints a dismal picture, giving the United States an overall general grade of Unsatisfactory, with many F's on specific goals set by the government's "Healthy People 2010" initiative.
But a lawyer for the National Women's Law Center says she questions whether flag football offers girls "the same kind of educational opportunities as boys.