#GAReads | Rise of the 'strongman': Dozens of female world leaders warn women's rights being eroded

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Rise of the 'strongman': Dozens of female world leaders warn women's rights being eroded“:

More than 30 female world leaders including current and former heads of state have called for a fightback against the erosion of women’s rights, with one former minister singling out countries led by “a macho-type strongman” as part of the problem.

Susana Malcorra, the former Argentinian foreign minister, said in some countries the push for women’s rights was seen as something that harmed men, rather than an opportunity to change gender expectations in a way that helped everyone.

“There is a sense of the established power being threatened by women gaining respect,” she said.

Read Kate Lyons’ full article at The Guardian here…