Guide to the U.N. Radio Tapes on Women

Collection Title: U.N. Radio Tapes on Women
Dates: 1988-2005
Identification: 107
Creator: United Nations Radio
Extent: 10 Boxes
Language of Materials: English
Abstract: The cassette tapes and transcripts in this collection were produced by the United Nations Radio Service Department of Public Information. The radio programs served as a weekly forum on issues of interest to women around the world. Sessions include topics such as violence against women, reproductive issues, AIDS, women's rights, family, refugee, and peace. Also featured are interviews with women in leadership positions around the world or special United Nations programs on women. Included with most tapes are brief written descriptions of the program or full transcripts. This collection includes programs from 1988 through 2002, with some programs from 2005.
Acquisition Information: The United Nations Radio Tapes on Women were the gift of Fran Hosken, editor and publisher of Women's International Network News.
Processing Information: Sigrid Pohl Perry organized and processed this collection in 1997, added materials annually, and completed a final revision in October 2007.
Conditions Governing Use: All patrons must comply with federal copyright regulations.
Conditions Governing Access: There are no restrictions on use of the materials in the department for research.
Repository: Charles Deering McCormick Library of Special Collections
Deering Library, Level 3
1970 Campus Drive
Evanston, IL,
URL: http://www.library.northwestern.edu/spec
Email: special.collections@northwestern.edu
Phone: 847-491-3635

Biographical/Historical Information

The new United Nations Radio News Service was launched in November 2005. Radio feature programs and worldwide news are now available for downloads at www.radio.un.org. Previously, radio programs were aired through the Department of Public Information of the United Nations Radio Service and cassette tapes were made available to the public around the world.

Scope and Content

The cassette tapes and transcripts in this collection were produced by the United Nations Radio Service Department of Public Information. The radio programs served as a weekly forum on issues of interest to women around the world. Sessions include topics such as violence against women, reproductive issues, AIDS, women's rights, family, refugee, and peace. Also featured are interviews with women in leadership positions around the world or special United Nations programs on women. Included with most tapes are brief written descriptions of the program or full transcripts. This collection includes programs from 1988 through 2002, with some programs from 2005.

Subjects

Subjects

Feminism

Women and peace

Women--Violence against


Container List / Contents

  • 1988
    • Tape 10/11: [tape, no description]Box 1
    • Tape 12: 32nd Session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women: Women in the Search for PeaceBox 1
    • Tape 13: 32nd Session...Status of Women: General discussion on the various forms of violence against women in the family and society (tape lacking)Box 1
    • Tape 18: "Prevention Through Education," a programme marking the first annual observance of the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit TraffickingBox 1
    • Tape 19: An interview with...Dr. Lily Boeykens...Box 1
    • Tape 20: ...Interview with ECFMG President, Dr. Marjorie WilsonBox 1
    • Tape 21: Shizue Kato of Japan, co-recipient of the 1988 UN Population Award...Box 1
    • Tape 28: [tape, no description]Box 1
    • Tape 29: [tape, no description]Box 1
    • Tape 30: A Discerning...View of the International Scene...Representative of New Zealand to the United Nations; Dame Ann HercusBox 1
    • Tape 31: The UN Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Committee Discussions on Women's Issues: The Need to Find Greater Expression in Political Life; and a tribute to Margaret Snyder...Box 1
    • Tape 32: Women and the Economic Crisis: Impact, Policies and ProspectsBox 1
    • Tape 33: The human face of AIDS: The Inaugural International Exhibition of the Names Project AIDS Memorial Quilt...Box 1
    • Tape 34: A young South African writer, Shawn Slovo, speaks..."A World Apart"...Box 1
    • Tape 35: The award of the 1988 Nobel Peace Prize to the UN Peace-Keeping Forces...Box 1
  • 1989
    • Tape 1: AIDS and Respect for Human Rights...Box 1
    • Tape 2: The UN Group on Equal Rights for Women...situation of women employees within the UN SystemBox 1
    • Tape 3: Human Rights and Women: The UN Group for Equal Rights...40th Anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human RightsBox 1
    • Tape 4: The Forgotten Farmers: rural women...Box 1
    • Tape 5: "The simplicity of wisdom is Art," the words of Ada Balcacer of the Dominican Republic, during an interview...Box 1
    • Tape 6: An interview...Representative to the UN from Trinidad and Tobago, Amb. Marjorie Thorpe...Box 1
    • Tape 11: The Entrepreneuring of Women: an interview with two experts of the International Labour Organisation's Small Enterprise Development Training Programme for Women (Part I)Box 1
    • Tape 12: The Entrepreneuring of Women...(Part II)Box 1
    • Tape 13: An interview with a UN expert on what the UN system is doing to focus attention on the phenomenon of aging on a massive scale.Box 1
    • Tape 14: "Are women really equal to men?" "Women are equal to anything!" The UN Commission on the Status of Women reviews the pace of the advancement to equal opportunity for women...Box 1
    • Tape 33: A Conversation with Pearl Bailey...Box 1
    • Tape 34: "The Integration of Women in Development, a regional Conference to convince African Governments...more resources to...women...Box 1
  • 1990
    • Tape 1: Women's Advancement and its Importance to DevelopmentBox 1
    • Tape 2: 1990: International Literacy Year and its Importance to WomenBox 1
    • Tape 3: The Integration of Women in DevelopmentBox 1
    • Tape 4: Women and Human RightsBox 1
    • Tape 5: Making Mobility Work: Working Women and the Moving Experience: a panel discussion...Box 1
    • Tape 6: The Women of Turkey...with the First Lady of the land, Semra Ozal, setting the standard.Box 1
    • Tape 7: The United Nations...Conference...Role of Women in the Development of the Least Developed Countries...Niamey, the Capital of Niger.Box 1
    • Tape 8: Overcoming Resistance to Achieve the True Advancement of WomenBox 1
    • Tape 9: Providing Leadership to Help Disadvantaged Women in the Developing CountriesBox 1
    • Tape 10: Women of UgandaBox 1
    • Tape 11: Equal Participation by Women in Political Decision Making Is CrucialBox 1
    • Tape 12: Conversation with the Director for Women's Affairs of Malaysia, Ainon Hj. Kuntom...Box 1
    • Tape 13: The Status of Women and Family Policy, a conversation with Dr. Dorothea Gaudart...Box 1
    • Tape 14: The Future of the Family in EuropeBox 1
    • Tape 15: The Rebuilding of a nation: The New Republic of NamibiaBox 1
    • Tape 16: A Conversation with Dr. Enyantu Ifenne...NigeriaBox 1
    • Tape 17: The Experience of the UN Development Fund for Women in Mainstreaming with WomenBox 1
    • Tape 18: The Outstanding Performance of UN Women in the UN Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG) in NamibiaBox 1
    • Tape 19: The UN International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women Marks Ten Years of Measuring Women's Importance to the Economies of their CountriesBox 2
    • Tape 20: International Solidarity with the Struggle of Women in South AfricaBox 2
    • Tape 21: The Girl Child: part IBox 2
    • Tape 22: The Girl Child: part IIBox 2
    • Tape 23: The Double Discrimination Experienced by Disabled Women and Girls: part IBox 2
    • Tape 24: The Double Discrimination Experienced by Disabled Women and Girls: part IIBox 2
    • Tape 25: The Noel Foundation Presents Awards to Four Women World Leaders: Margaret Thatcher, Benazir Bhutto, Corazon Aquino and Gro Harlem BrundlandtBox 2
    • Tape 26: The UN Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women: Ten Years LaterBox 2
    • Tape 27: Women and AIDS, part IBox 2
    • Tape 28: Women and AIDS, part IIBox 2
    • Tape 29: The African Woman Farmer and Her Vital Role in Ending HungerBox 2
    • Tape 30: The UN Social Committee Debates Issues Concerning womenBox 2
    • Tape 31: The United Nations Observes World AIDS DayBox 2
    • Tape 32: How the International Convention on Night Work Affects WomenBox 2
  • 1991
    • Tape 9: A Round-up of the 35th Session of the UN Commission on the Status of WomenBox 2, Folder 9
    • Tape 12: The Food and Agricultural Organization and Women in AgricultureBox 2, Folder 12
    • Tape 41: Women and Aging: part IBox 2, Folder 41
    • Tape 42: Women and Aging: part IIBox 2, Folder 42
    • Tape 1: The Importance of Literacy to WomenBox 2
    • Tape 2: Women and the EnvironmentBox 2
    • Tape 3: Women and the Informal Sector in Africa, part IBox 2
    • Tape 4: Women and the Informal Sector in Africa, part IIBox 2
    • Tape 5: Women Refugees part IBox 2
    • Tape 6: Women Refugees, part IIBox 2
    • Tape 7: Making Women Count in the NinetiesBox 2
    • Tape 8: A Conversation with the Honorable Miria Matembe of Uganda on the Struggle of Women in her CountryBox 2
    • Tape 10: A Look at Institutions Working for the Advancement of WomenBox 2
    • Tape 11: The Situation in a unified GermanBox 2
    • Tape 13: Women in Forestry and FishingBox 2
    • Tape 14: The Girl Child: Part IBox 2
    • Tape 15: The Girl Child: Part IIBox 2
    • Tape 16: A Crisis Centre in Malaysia and an Organisation of Media Women in TanzaniaBox 2
    • Tape 17: The U.N. Division for the Advancement of WomenBox 2
    • Tape 18: A Conversation with Dr. Nafis Sadik, Executive Director of the U.N. Population FundBox 2
    • Tape 19: Sistren: Communicating Women's Concerns Through DramaBox 2
    • Tape 20: The Director of the U.N. Development Fund for Women on the Agency's WorkBox 2
    • Tape 21: A Conversation with the Chairperson of the Philippines National Commission on WomenBox 2
    • Tape 22: The First U.N. Statistical Portrait of the World's WomenBox 2
    • Tape 23: An Interview with South African Writer Nadine GordimerBox 2
    • Tape 24: A Conversation with South African Author Sindiwe MagonaBox 2
    • Tape 25: Sexual Exploitation of Womenn: a violation of Human Rights (part I)Box 2
    • Tape 26: Sexual Exploitation of Women...(part II)Box 2
    • Tape 27: A Profile of the U.N. International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women (INSTRAW) and its New DirectorBox 2
    • Tape 28: The Importance of Credit for WomenBox 2
    • Tape 29: Traditional Practices Affecting the Health of Women and Children: Female Circumcision, part IBox 2
    • Tape 30: ...Female Circumcision, part IIBox 2
    • Tape 31: ...Female Circumcision, part IIIBox 2
    • Tape 32: ...Female Circumcision, part IVBox 2
    • Tape 33: [tape, no description]Box 2
    • Tape 34: [tape, no description]Box 2
    • Tape 35: Efforts in Latin America and the Caribbean to Combat Violence against WomenBox 2
    • Tape 36: The International Maritime Organisation and Opportunities for Women at SeaBox 2
    • Tape 37: A Women's Agenda for the 1992 U.N. Conference on Environment and Development; and Emma Mashinini, South African Labour ActivistBox 2
    • Tape 38: The Impact of AIDS on WomenBox 2
    • Tape 39: The U.N. Social Committee Reports on the Advancement of WomenBox 2
    • Tape 40: Sex Stereotyping in the MediaBox 2
    • Tape 43: Violence against Women: part IBox 2
    • Tape 44: Violence against Women: part IIBox 2
    • Tape 45: Women's Environmental Success Stories: part IBox 3
    • Tape 46: Women's Environmental Success Stories: part IIBox 3
    • Tape 47: Highlights from the World Women's Congress for a healthy Planet: part IBox 3
    • Tape 48: Highlights from the World Women's Congress... part IIBox 3
    • Tape 49: Women Defending the RainforestsBox 3
    • Tape 50: Women's Environmental Success Stories: part IIIBox 3
    • Tape 51: Women's Environmental Success Stories: part IVBox 3
    • Tape 52: Highlights from 1991 Women's Radio ProgrammesBox 3
  • 1992
    • Tape 1: The Importance of Breast-Feeding: part IBox 3
    • Tape 2: The Importance of Breast-Feeding: part IIBox 3
    • Tape 3: Pro Mujer: Working to Empower Bolivian WomenBox 3
    • Tape 4: The 1992 Session of the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against WomenBox 3
    • Tape 5: The Experts Talk About the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against WomenBox 3
    • Tape 6: Women, Environment and DevelopmentBox 3
    • Tape 7: The Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women Hears about Efforts to Eradicate ProstitutionBox 3
    • Tape 8: Getting Ready for the U.N. Conference on Environment and Development: Women's Perspectives on Environmental Problems in the Pacific and Saving DolphinsBox 3
    • Tape 11: Issues Women Want Placed on the Environment AgendaBox 3
    • Tape 12: A Round-up of the 1992 U.N. Commission on the Status of WomenBox 3
    • Tape 15: The U.N. Commission on the Status of Women Discusses De Facto vs. De Jure Discrimination against WomenBox 3
    • Tape 16: Importance of Women's Equal Participation in Efforts to Promote International Cooperation, Peace and DisarmamentBox 3
    • Tape 17: The Situation of Women in Finland and in NamibiaBox 3
    • Tape 18: How the U.N. Volunteers and the International Labour Organisation Address the Special Concerns of WomenBox 3
    • Tape 19: Flowers for Mothers: A Special CommemorationBox 3
    • Tape 20: Two Experts on Women's Issues from the Caribbean: A Member of the U.N. Commission on the Status of Women and an Expert from the U.N. Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against WomenBox 3
    • Tape 21: Women and Smoking: part IBox 3
    • Tape 22: Women and Smoking: part IIBox 3
    • Tape 23: Using the Soap Opera to Communicate with WomenBox 3
    • Tape 24: UNIFEM's Field Co-ordinator for West and Central Africa Talks about Women in AfricaBox 3
    • Tape 25: New Efforts to Train African Women to Influence Agricultural SocietyBox 3
    • Tape 26: The Economic Advancement of Rural WomenBox 3
    • Tape 27: Women and PopulationBox 3
    • Tape 28: Efforts of Three South African Women in the Struggle Against Apartheid and Their Concerns about Women in a new South AfricaBox 3
    • Tape 29: Women at the U.N. Conference on Environment and DevelopmentBox 3
    • Tape 30: Women, Health and DevelopmentBox 3
    • Tape 31: Women and AIDS: part I: The Growing Impact of AIDS on WomenBox 3
    • Tape 32: Women and AIDS: part II: A Look at Prevention and Care and What Women Who Are Living with HIV and AIDS Say They NeedBox 3
    • Tape 33: Women and LiteracyBox 3
    • Tape 34: South African Women Prepare for a Non-Racist and Non-Sexist South AfricaBox 3
    • Tape 35: The Education of the Girl ChildBox 3
    • Tape 36: Mobilising Southern Professional Women for International DevelopmentBox 3
    • Tape 37: Feminist and Writer Gloria Steinem on Breaking Down BarriersBox 3
    • Tape 38: Prostitution and Sexual ExploitationBox 3
    • Tape 39: Women and Science and Technology: part IBox 3
    • Tape 40: Women and Science and Technology: part IIBox 3
    • Tape 41: U.N. Panel Discussion of Experts on Women and Development, the Environment and LawBox 3
    • Tape 42: Women Helping to Bring about the Peace in CambodiaBox 3
    • Tape 43: Two Programmes for Women: The Institute for the Study of Women in the Arab World; and Nigeria's Better Life Programme for the Rural WomanBox 3
    • Tape 44: What the U.N.'s Committee on Social, Cultural and Humanitarian Affairs Has to Say about the Advancement of WomenBox 3
    • Tape 45: "Comfort Women"Box 3
    • Tape 46: Rigoberta Menchu, the 1992 Nobel Peace LaureateBox 3
    • Tape 47: Communities Educating to Combat AIDS: How Women are InvolvedBox 3
    • Tape 48: Indigenous Women Speak OutBox 3
    • Tape 49: Highlights from Women's Programmes in 1992, part IBox 3
    • Tape 50: Highlights from Women's Programmes in 1992, part IIBox 3
    • Tape 51: The World Council of Churches Ecumenical Decade in Solidarity with WomenBox 3
    • Tape 52: An Interview with Zambia's Investigator-GeneralBox 3
  • 1993
    • Tape 1: Legal Literacy for WomenBox 3
    • Tape 2: Recollections of the Past World Conferences on WomenBox 3
    • Tape 3: Letters to the International Women's Tribune CentreBox 3
    • Tape 4: Women's Rights Are Human RightsBox 3
    • Tape 5: How Women's World Banking Is Providing Support to Women EntrepeneursBox 3
    • Tape 6: Testimony of the Violation of Women's Human RightsBox 3
    • Tape 7: The Role of Women in Influencing Caribbean Foreign PolicyBox 3
    • Tape 8: How the U.N. Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women Prompted Change in Sri Lanka; and, Women in the Bahamas Tackle the Issue of Violence Against WomenBox 3
    • Tape 9: International Women's Day at the United Nations: part IBox 4
    • Tape 10: International Women's Day at the U.N.: part IIBox 4
    • Tape 11: How Nuns in the Philippines Are Working to Empower Women: part IBox 4
    • Tape 12: How Nuns in the Philippines...part IIBox 4
    • Tape 13: The Global Fund for WomenBox 4
    • Tape 14: The Mother Courage Tour: Demanding an End to Rape as a weapon of WarBox 4
    • Tape 15: An Arab "Position" for the 1994 World Conference on Population and Development: What about Women?Box 4
    • Tape 16; Indigenous Women Taking the Lead in Supporting their CommunitiesBox 4
    • Tape 17: The Impact of Political and Economic Reforms in Eastern Europe on the Status of WomenBox 4
    • Tape 18: How Women in the Caribbean Are Dealing with the Issue of Violence against WomenBox 4
    • Tape 19: Trinidad and Tobago's Rape Crisis CentreBox 4
    • Tape 20: More on the Impact of Reforms in Eastern Europe on the Status of WomenBox 4
    • Tape 21: Putting Women's Human Rights on the International Agenda, part IBox 4
    • Tape 22: Putting Women's Human Rights on the International Agenda, part IIBox 4
    • Tape 23: Dr. Nafis Sadik Discusses Some of the Implications of Global Population GrowthBox 4
    • Tape 24: The President of the Population Council on Women as Key to Solving the Population CrisisBox 4
    • Tape 25: The Human Right to Family PlanningBox 4
    • Tape 26: Women's Efforts Towards a non-racist and Non-sexist South AfricaBox 4
    • Tape 27: UNIFEM's Work with Liberian Women Refugees in Ghana and Cote d'IvoireBox 4
    • Tape 28: The Global Tribunal on Violations of Women's Human Rights at the World Conference on Human RightsBox 4
    • Tape 29: Belize Women Against Vilence (WAV)Box 4
    • Tape 30: The International Day of Solidarity with the Struggle of Women in South AfricaBox 4
    • Tape 31: The Director of the UN International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women (INSTRAW)Box 4
    • Tape 32: The Director of the UN Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM) on Violence against WomenBox 4
    • Tape 33: Women Peacekeepers; and Preserving Women's Arts in TanzaniaBox 4
    • Tape 34: A Belizean Organization Looking Out for Women's InterestsBox 4
    • Tape 35: A Day in the Life of the City of Mostar in Bosnia Herzegovina and a talk with Three Bosnian Sisters Who Live ThereBox 4
    • Tape 36: Testimony from the Global Tribunal on Violations of Women's Human Rights at the World Conference on Human RightsBox 4
    • Tape 39: Profiles of Two Women in Public Life: A Minister from Tibet, and a member of Parliament from GuyanaBox 4
    • Tape 40: An Indigenous Woman from the Philippines at the Global Tribunal on Violations of Women's Human RightsBox 4
    • Tape 41: Violations of Women's Rights in Conflict Situations: Testimony from the Global Tribunal on Violations of Women's Human RightsBox 4
    • Tape 42: Targetting Young Women and Men: Family Planning Efforts in Belize and South AfricaBox 4
    • Tape 43: The Secretary-General of the Fourth World Conference on WomenBox 4
    • Tape 44: Palestinian Women on Their StatusBox 4
    • Tape 45: The UN General Assembly's Committee on Social, Cultural and Humanitarian Affairs Takes up the Advancement of WomenBox 4
    • Tape 46: The Bangladesh Women's Health CoalitionBox 4
    • Tape 47: Measuring the Work Women Do: The Work of INSTRAW...Box 4
    • Tape 48: The Voices of Three Indigenous WomenBox 4
    • Tape 49: Preparing for the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD)Box 4
    • Tape 50: South African Photographer Peter Magubane on the Strengths of South African Women; and a UN Human Rights Award Goes to the Sudanese Women's UnionBox 4
    • Tape 51: World AIDS Day at the United NationsBox 4
    • Tape 52: Major Events at the United Nations in 1993 Related to WomenBox 4
  • 1994
    • Tape 1: The Situation of Refugee WomenBox 4
    • Tape 2: The Special Needs of Refugee Women and How the International Community Is Trying to Meet ThemBox 4
    • Tape 3: As the UN Celebrates the International Year of the Family, Is a Woman's Place Still in the Home?Box 4
    • Tape 4: Freedom for Women in the Family as the UN Celebrates 1994 as the International Year of the FamilyBox 4
    • Tape 5: Women and Finance: Transforming Enterprise and Financial SystemsBox 4
    • Tape 6: Ensuring That Women's Issues Are Addressed at the World Summit for Social DevelopmentBox 4
    • Tape 7: Guyana's Report to the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against WomenBox 4
    • Tape 8: What Does the UN Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women Mean for the Women of Australia?Box 4
    • Tape 9: Highlights from the Commemoration of International Women's Day at the UN (I)Box 5
    • Tape 10: Highlights of International Women's Day at the UN (II)Box 5
    • Tape 11: An Interview with President Mary Robinson of IrelandBox 5
    • Tape 12: The Ethiopian Women's Ad Hoc Committee for Peace and the World Movement of Mothers: Two NGOs Taking Part in Preparations for the Fourth World Conference on WomenBox 5
    • Tape 13: Non-Governmental Organizations Prepare for the Fourth World Conference on WomenBox 5
    • Tape 14: Indigenous Women Who Defend Their People's RightsBox 5
    • Tape 15: Women Protest the Vatican's Opposition to Reproductive Health and Justice: Part IBox 5
    • Tape 16: Women Protest the Vatican's Opposition to Reproductive Health and Justice: Part IIBox 5
    • Tape 17: What Women Have to Say on the Issue of PopulationBox 5
    • Tape 18: Getting Ready for the Fourth World Conference on Women: an NGO Concerned about Women in Eastern Europe and UNESCO and Women's EducationBox 5
    • Tape 21: Ghana's Akuapem Rural Bank and the Association of African Women for Research and DevelopmentBox 5
    • Tape 22: Chinese Women Speak Up About the Fourth World Conference on WomenBox 5
    • Tape 23: Women's Perspectives on the Upcoming International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD)Box 5
    • Tape 24: Broadcasters from Fiji on the Importance of the Media and of Women in the MediaBox 5
    • Tape 25: The First Woman UN Chief of ProtocolBox 5
    • Tape 26: Women and Population PoliciesBox 5
    • Tape 27: Women in LeadershipBox 5
    • Tape 28: An Authority on the Subject of Female Genital Mutilation Describes the Practice and Talks About Ways to Curtail ItBox 5
    • Tape 29: Women's Centres in Poland and Russia Attempt to Mitigate the Effects of Political Change on the Lives of WomenBox 5
    • Tape 30: The New Japan Women's AssociationBox 5
    • Tape 32: The Director of the Moscow Center for Gender StudiesBox 5
    • Tape 33: Julita Tellei of the Palau Resources InstituteBox 5
    • Tape 34: Tomorrow's Women: GirlsBox 5
    • Tape 35: Pakistani Women's Efforts to Achieve EqualityBox 5
    • Tape 36: Using Song to Communicate with Women and GirlsBox 5
    • Tape 37: The Global Campaign for Women's Human Rights: Women's Rights to Reproductive and Sexual HealthBox 5
    • Tape 38: Testimonies of Violations of Women's Reproductive and Sexual RightsBox 5
    • Special Perspective
      • Tape 31: Water: Our Precious Resource (#1 of 8). The Source of LifeBox 5
      • Tape 32: Water: Our Precious Resource; #2. A Dwindling ResourceBox 5
      • Tape 33: Water: Our Precious Resource; #3. The Poison of PollutionBox 5
      • Tape 34: Water: Our Precious Resource; #4. Sanitation and HealthBox 5
      • Tape 35: Water: Our Precious Resource; #5. Brewing CompetitionBox 5
      • Tape 36: Water: Our Precious Resource; #6A. Woman's WorkBox 5
      • Tape 37: Water: Our Precious Resource; #7. Water and WarBox 5
      • Tape 38: Water: Our Precious Resource; #8. Future StrategiesBox 5
      • Tape 41: An Interview with Sylvia Wachuku King...Sierra LeoneBox 5
      • Tape 42: An Interview with Wenny Kusuma...La Casa de Las MadresBox 5
      • Tape 43: Gertrude Mongella, Secretary-General, Fourth World Conference on WomenBox 5
      • Tape 44: Dr. Inonge Mbikusita Lewanika...Zambia, Talks About Women and Peace in AfricaBox 5
      • Tape 45: Human Rights in Reproductive Health Services and Clinical ResearchBox 5
      • Tape 46: Dr. Dorothy Blake of the World Health Organization's Global Programme on AIDS Talks about Women and AIDSBox 5
      • Tape 47: The AIDS Pandemic and Women: A Talk with Dr. Dorothy Blake...Box 5
      • Tape 48: 1994: The UN Year in Review as It Affected WomenBox 5
      • Tape 49: An Indian Feminist on Reproductive Health CareBox 5
      • Tape 50: The International Labour Organization (ILO) and Women Workers' RightsBox 5
      • Tape 51: Healing the Wounds: Women and PeaceBox 5
      • Tape 52: Crossing Borders: Women and PeaceBox 5
  • 1995
    • Tape 5: [tape, no description]Box 6
    • Tape 9: Experts from the Comm. on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women Talk about Their Work...Box 6
    • Tape 10: The World Summit for Social Development Celebrates International Women's DayBox 6
    • Tape 11: Women and the U.N.: A Salute to Eleanor Roosevelt and a call for Gender Equality, pt. 1Box 6
    • Tape 12: Women and the U.N.: A Salute...pt. 2Box 6
    • Tape 17: An Interview with Gertrude Mongella...Fourth World Conference on WomenBox 6
    • Tape 18: Betty Friedan, Author of The Feminine MystiqueBox 6
    • Tape 19: Women and Nuclear ProliferationBox 6
    • Tape 20: Patricia Licuanan, Chairperson of the U.N. Comm. on the Status of WomenBox 6
    • Tape 21: Dr. Penelope Leach, Author of Children First: pt. 1Box 6
    • Tape 22: Dr. Penelope Leach...pt. 2Box 6
    • Tape 23: Focussing Attention on the World's Tiniest Citizens: pt. 1Box 6
    • Tape 24: Focussing Attention... pt. 2Box 6
    • Tape 25: The New Director of UNIFEM, the U.N. Development Fund for WomenBox 6
    • Tape 26: The 180 Days/180 Ways Campaign and the Beijing ExpressBox 6
    • Tape 27: The Needs and Concerns of Rural WomenBox 6
    • Tape 28: Families in Focus: New Perspectives on Mothers, Fathers and ChildrenBox 6
    • Highlighting Critical Areas of Concern...Fourth World Conference on Women
      • Tape 29: Violence Against WomenBox 6
      • Tape 30: Women and HealthBox 6
      • Tape 31: Women and PoliticsBox 6
      • Tape 32: Women and the MediaBox 6
      • Tape 33: The Female Face of PovertyBox 6
      • Tape 34: Women and Economic Decision-makingBox 6
      • Tape 35: Women and Armed ConflictBox 6
      • Tape 36: Women and the EnvironmentBox 6
      • Tape 37: Education for Women and GirlsBox 6
      • Tape 38: Women's Rights Are Human RightsBox 6
      • Tape 39: Domestic Violence Against WomenBox 6
      • Tape 40: The 1995 Human Development Report Focusses on WomenBox 6
      • Tape 41: The Ripple Effect: Changing the World with Sister CyrilBox 6
      • Tape 42: Catching Hold of ConfidenceBox 6
      • Tape 43: Peace and Human Security: An NGO PerspectiveBox 6
      • Tape 44: Women Heads of State and Government Assess the U.N. on Its 50th AnniversaryBox 6
      • Tape 45: A Gender-Sensitive Media: South Africa's Efforts to Reflect a Non-Sexist SocietyBox 6
      • Tape 46: Courageous Women in JournalismBox 6
      • Tape 47: Highlights from the Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, pt. 1Box 6
      • Tape 48: Highlights...Conference...Beijing, pt. 2Box 6
      • Tape 49: The Empowerment of Women in an Era of GlobalizationBox 6
      • Tape 50: 1995: The Year in Review...Box 6
      • Tape 51: Women and Girls: The Hidden Victims of WarBox 6
      • Tape 52: Overcoming the Effects of Domestic Violence Special: October 24, 1995 U.N. Day Message by Secretary-General Boutros-GhaliBox 6
  • 1996
    • Tape 1: Testimonies from the Copenhagen Hearing on Economic Justice and Women's Human RightsBox 6
    • Tape 2: Sexual Exploitation and Domestic ViolenceBox 6
    • Tape 3: Health, Environmental and Socio-Economic Issues Affecting WomenBox 6
    • Tape 4: Making Governments Accountable for Violations of Women's Human RightsBox 6
    • Tape 5: The Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women: The Perspective of Two of its ExpertsBox 6
    • Tape 6: The Human Right to Non-Discrimination Based on Sexual OrientationBox 6
    • Tape 7: Bringing Beijing HomeBox 6
    • Tape 8: Enabling Women to Overcome PovertyBox 6
    • Tape 9: Testimony from the 1995 Global Tribunal on Accountability for Violations of Women's Human RightsBox 6
    • Tape 10: Sustainable Living: A Young Woman's ExampleBox 6
    • Tape 11: The Empowerment of Women: South African StyleBox 6
    • Tape 12: "Celebrating the Past, Planning for the Future": International Women's Day at the U.N.Box 6
    • Tape 13: From Rio to Istanbul: The Voices of Women in U.N. ConferencesBox 6
    • Tape 14: Population and Development: The Perspective of a Woman PoliticianBox 6
    • Tape 15: Young, Female and Empowered: One Woman's StoryBox 6
    • Tape 16: Remembering Dame Nita BarrowBox 6
    • Tape 17: Helping Refugee and Immigrant Women Stay HealthyBox 6
    • Tape 18: Women and the InternetBox 6
    • Tape 19: Towards a More Balanced Portrayal of Women in the MediaBox 6
    • Tape 20: Rosario Green: Advocate for Women at the U.N.Box 6
    • Tape 21: Take Our Daughters to Work DayBox 6
    • Tape 22: Sustainable Livelihoods: The Perspective of Three Kenyan EnvironmentalistsBox 6
    • Tape 23: Equal Rights for Women in Muslim SocietiesBox 6
    • Tape 24: A Pespective on Women in Decision-MakingBox 6
    • Tape 25: Empowering Women to Create Their Own HousingBox 6
    • Tape 26: The Silent Tragedy of Maternal MortalityBox 6
    • Tape 27: Reducing Maternal Deaths and DiseaseBox 6
    • Tape 28: Ateyyat el Abnoudi, Historian with a cameraBox 6
    • Tape 29: Afghan Women Pursue Equality in Difficult CircumstancesBox 7
    • Tape 30: Improved Wood Stoves: Saving the Environment and Preserving Women's HealthBox 7
    • Tape 31: Neighbourhood Women Taking a lead in Their CommunityBox 7
    • Tape 32: Women and Computer NetworkingBox 7
    • Tape 33: Rape in War: A Crime Against HumanityBox 7
    • Tape 34: Recording the Stories of African Women and GirlsBox 7
    • Tape 35: Female Circumcision: A Violation of the Human Rights of Girls and WomenBox 7
    • Tape 36: Violence Against Women Migrant Workers and Women RefugeesBox 7
    • Tape 37: Eliminating Domestic Violence: Denial Is the First ObstacleBox 7
    • Tape 38: Beijing One Year Later: The UN Marks the First AnniversaryBox 7
    • Tape 39: Afghan Women's Campaign for Peace and Human RightsBox 7
    • Tape 40: Rape as a weapon of War During the 1994 Rwandan GenocideBox 7
    • Tape 41: A Women's Political Party Joins the Northern Ireland Peace NegotiationsBox 7
    • Tape 42: Ruth Perry of Liberia: First Woman Head of State in AfricaBox 7
    • Tape 43: A Story of War and Rape in Bosnia and HerzegovinaBox 7
    • Tape 44: Two African Women Journalists and Their Contribution to Their MediumBox 7
    • Tape 45: Women and Mental Health (tape and synopsis only)Box 7
    • Tape 46: UNIFEM Awards Three Women's Grassroots Organizations (tape and synopsis)Box 7
    • Tape 47: Nepal Mobilizes Against the Prostitution of Young Girls (tape and synopsis)Box 7
    • Tape 48: Tomorrow's Women on the Rights of Children (tape and synopsis)Box 7
    • Tape 49: Islam and Women's Human RightsBox 7
    • Tape 50: Daring to Speak Out: Three Courageous Women JournalistsBox 7
    • Tape 51: Women's Health: It's More than Just biologyBox 7
    • Tape 52: 1996: The Year in Review: Events and Issues in the UN which Affected WomenBox 7
  • Special Series
    • Law and Order in the Oceans (Six programs on the law of the sea), ., 1995
      • Tape 1: A Historical PerspectiveBox 7
      • Tape 2: The New Convention of the Law of the Sea, What It MeansBox 7
      • Tape 3: Setting Boundaries: The Exclusive Economic Zone and the Continental ShelfBox 7
      • Tape 4: Deep Seabed Mining: The Controversy and the CompromiseBox 7
      • Tape 5: The Establishment of a Seabed AuthorityBox 7
      • Tape 6: A System to Settle Disputes: The International Tribunal for the Law of the SeaBox 7
    • Population and Development,, 1997-1999
      • Tape 1: Reproductive Health Care and Family Planning: Getting the Message AcrossBox 7
      • Tape 2: Birth Control: Male StyleBox 7
      • Tape 3: Choices in a City SlumBox 7
      • Tape 4: Reproductive Health ServicesBox 7
      • Tape 5: Family Planning in Zimbabwe: Men Also Want ItBox 7
      • Tape 6: Reproductive Health Care: Telling the People What It Is and Providing ServicesBox 7
      • Tape 7: Getting Down to BasicsBox 7
      • Tape 8: Giving the People the Services They NeedBox 7
      • Tape 9: Creating a Balance between Population Growth and Development Needs: Sex and the TeenagerBox 7
      • Tape 10: Teenage Parenting: The Triumphs and TribulationsBox 7
      • Tape 11: Caribbean Men: From Patriarchy to ParenthoodBox 7
      • Tape 12: The Role of Migration on the Road to DevelopmentBox 7
      • Tape 13: Empowering the Women of HaitiBox 7
      • Tape 14: The Economics of Population, Poverty and DevelopmentBox 7
      • Tape 15: Abortion: You Have a ChoiceBox 7
      • Tape 16: Maternal Mortality: The Hidden CulpritBox 7
      • Tape 17: Menopause: A Rite of Passage (tape and synopsis only)Box 7
      • Tape 18: Living with HIV [Thailand] (tape and synopsis only)Box 7
      • Tape 19: Empowering Prostitutes to End AIDS (tape and synopsis only)Box 7
      • Tape 20: The Mayor the Women Elected [Philippines] (tape and synopsis only)Box 7
      • Tape 21: Reproductive Health Care in Rural GhanaBox 7
      • Tape 22: South Africa's New Population PolicyBox 7
      • Tape 23: South Africa Puts Its New Population Policy into ActionBox 7
      • Tape 24: Living with AIDS in UgandaBox 7
      • Tape 25: Income Generating Projects Empower Women in GhanaBox 7
      • Tape 26: Maternal Mortality in UgandaBox 7
      • Tape 27: South Africa and the Spread of Sexually Transmitted DiseasesBox 7
      • Tape 28: Botswana's AIDS EpidemicBox 7
  • 1996-1997
    • We, the Indigenous Peoples,, 1996
      • Tape 1: Examining the Past and Defining the FutureBox 8
      • Tape 2: The Indigenous Vision of DevelopmentBox 8
      • Tape 3: Indigenous Women Speak OutBox 8
      • Tape 4: Goals for the 21st CenturyBox 8
    • The Child Sex Trade (tapes and synopsis only),, 1997
      • Tape 1: Child ProstitutesBox 8
      • Tape 2: How Can We Stop It?Box 8
      • Tape 3: Empowering the ChildrenBox 8
      • Tape 4: The Criminal Justice SystemBox 8
  • 1997
    • Tape 1: An Interview with Judge Navi Pillay of South Africa...Box 8
    • Tape 2: The Role of Women in Food SecurityBox 8
    • Tape 3: Slavery: Still Flourishing as the Third Millennium BeginsBox 8
    • Tape 4: Women's Work: Restoring Civil Society in Former YugoslaviaBox 8
    • Tape 5: Women and Power in Slovenia and TurkeyBox 8
    • Tape 6: Women and the Law in Kenya, Uganda and TanzaniaBox 8
    • Tape 7: Microcredit: A Way to Empower Women: pt. 1Box 8
    • Tape 8: Microcredit: A Way to Empower Women: pt. 2Box 8
    • Tape 9: Eliminating Discrimination Against Women...Box 8
    • Tape 10: Women in Science and Technology; From an Astronaut's Point of ViewBox 8
    • Tape 11: Women at the Peace TableBox 8
    • Tape 12: Honouring Women Environmental ActivistsBox 8
    • Tape 13: The Status of Girls' and Women's EducationBox 8
    • Tape 14: Women Activists Tackle Social Issues in the United StatesBox 8
    • Tape 15: Two New Publications on Women's RightsBox 8
    • Tape 16: Violence Against Women in the Community: Three Country CasesBox 8
    • Tape 17: A Conversation with South African Activist Helen SuzmanBox 8
    • Tape 18: The Billings Ovulation Method: Birth Control the Natural WayBox 8
    • Tape 19: What Can Women Bring to Decision-Making?Box 8
    • Tape 20: Reproductive Health and the Right to Reproductive HealthBox 8
    • Tape 21: The Women's Movement from Mothers to DaughtersBox 8
    • Tape 22: An Update on the Convention on Eliminating Discrimination Against WomenBox 8
    • Tape 23: The Next Wave of the Tobacco Epidemic: WomenBox 8
    • Tape 24: The Role of Fathers in FamiliesBox 8
    • Tape 29: The United Nations Ranks Its Member States on How They Treat Their WomenBox 8
    • Tape 30: Female Genital Mutilation Follows Women in Refugee Camps in EthiopiaBox 8
    • Tape 31: Women in BondageBox 8
    • Tape 32: Spreading the Word About the U.N. Convention on Women's RightsBox 8
    • Tape 33: A Six Part Series on Breast Cancer: Break the Silence; Stop the Epidemic Part 1: The Risk FactorsBox 8
    • Tape 34: Part 2: The Environmental Risk FactorsBox 8
    • Tape 35: Part 3: Screening and Detecting Breast CancerBox 8
    • Tape 36: Part 4: Treating Breast CancerBox 8
    • Tape 37: Part 5: The Emotional Impact of Breast CancerBox 8
    • Tape 38: Part 6: A Political and Feminist Agenda for Breast CancerBox 8
    • Tape 39: The Newly Appointed High Commissioner for Human Rights; Women's Rights in Argentina; and Rape as a Crime Against HumanityBox 8
    • Tape 40: The Status of Women in IsraelBox 8
    • Tape 41: Good Governance and Gender Equality, part 1: A General SurveyBox 8
    • Tape 42: Good Governance and Gender Equality, part 2: Focus on AfricaBox 8
    • Tape 43: Six Women Are Awarded for Their Personal Bravery in JournalismBox 8
    • Tape 44: A Head of State and a grassroots Woman from Africa Address the Need for Democracy in that ContinentBox 8
    • Tape 45: Atrocities Committed Against Women During Armed Conflict; Part 1: What Is Gender-Based Persecution and Where Does It Occur?Box 8
    • Tape 46: Part 2: The International Criminal Tribunal for RwandaBox 8
    • Tape 47: Part 3: The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former YugoslaviaBox 8
    • Tape 48: Part 4: Seeking Asylum in the Developed WorldBox 8
    • Tape 49: Human Rights Education for Women in Muslim CountriesBox 8
    • Tape 50: Life Goes on after the Rwandan Genocide; Women and the International Criminal Court; and the Female Condom Liberates Women FurtherBox 8
    • Tape 51: The Launching of the 1998 Global Campaign for Women's Human RightsBox 8
    • Tape 52: The Year in ReviewBox 8
  • 1998
    • Tape 5: Women from the International Community Visit Afghanistan, pt. 2Box 9
    • Tape 6: Women's Status in the Family WorldwideBox 9
    • Tape 7: Why It Is Important for the United States to Ratify the United Nations Women's TreatyBox 9
    • Tape 8: Promoting the Women's ConventionBox 9
    • Tape 9: The Concerns of Women in ZimbabweBox 9
    • Tape 10: Women in Transition Economies, pt. 1Box 9
    • Tape 11: Women in Transition Economies, pt. 2Box 9
    • Tape 12: Why Women's Groups Are Asking foa a Safe, Legal and Accessible AbortionBox 9
    • Tape 17: The Rights of Women in Kenya and IndiaBox 9
    • Tape 18: How Will the Proposed International Criminal Court Address the Concerns of Women?Box 9
    • Tape 19: In Her Words: A Tribute to Bella AbzugBox 9
    • Tape 20: Highlights of this Year's Session of the UN Commission on the Status of WomenBox 9
    • Tape 25: Two Exemplary African Women Defy the Odds and Become Role Models (trans.)Box 9
    • Tape 26: The Impact on Women of the UN Declaration on Drugs (transcript only)Box 9
    • Tape 27: On Making It as a Woman Politician in Africa (transcript only)Box 9
    • Tape 28: Teenage Pregnancy (transcript only)Box 9
    • Tape 29: The Work of Women Human Rights Defenders, pt. 1Box 9
    • Tape 30: The Work of Women Human Rights Defenders, pt. 2Box 9
    • Tape 31: Violence Against Women: The Special Case of South Africa, pt. 1Box 9
    • Tape 32: Violence Against Women: The Special Case of South Africa, pt. 2Box 9
    • Tape 33: Legal Literacy in South Africa: Improving the Human Rights of Women in Rural AreasBox 9
    • Tape 34: Advocates Fight Discriminatory Practices in NigeriaBox 9
    • Tape 35: The Winners of the United Nations Population Award for 1998Box 9
    • Tape 36: Strategies for Educating Young Women and Strategies to Eliminate Domestic Violence against WomenBox 9
    • Tape 37: Structural Adjustment Programmes Impact Negatively on Women in New ZealandBox 9
    • Tape 38: Egypt Bans Female Genital Mutilation; Early Marriage in Africa Increases Risk of FistulaBox 9
    • Tape 39: Globalization Provides Opportunities for Women in West Africa; Grim Statistics on Women and TuberculosisBox 9
    • Tape 40: The US Congress Considers a Resolution which Would Assist Women Victims of TraffickingBox 9
    • Tape 41: Mental Ill Health: Why more women than men suffer more from itBox 9
    • Tape 42: How Infectious Diseases in Africa Impact on WomenBox 9
    • Tape 43: Egypt Combats Industrial and Residential PollutionBox 9
    • Tape 44: Women with HIV and AIDSBox 9
    • Tape 45: The Controversial Issue of AbortionBox 9
    • Tape 46: International Women's Media Foundation; 1998 Courage in Journalism AwardsBox 9
    • Tape 47: The Ambassador of Australia to the UN: Penelope WensleyBox 9
    • Tape 48: Health Policies with a Gender Perspective; Scandanavian Countries Play a Leading Role in Sex EducationBox 9
    • Tape 49: Five Women and Their Fight Against PovertyBox 9
    • Tape 50: Ghana Bans the Practice of the Girl Slaves; Abortion in the Commonwealth Group of Nations; and, a Dream for a World Without ViolenceBox 9
    • Tape 51: The International Criminal Court and Its Significance for WomenBox 9
    • Tape 52: The Year's HighlightsBox 9
  • 1999
    • Tape 1: A Woman's PlaceBox 9
    • Tape 2: The Garment Trade; The Skin Trade; The Book TradeBox 9
    • Tape 3: Dowry and Bride Burning in India, pt. 1Box 9
    • Tape 4: Dowry and Bride Burning in India, pt. 2Box 9
    • Tape 5: A South African Woman Fights Quadruple Discrimination and WinsBox 9
    • Tape 6: Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Women's Anti-discrimination ConventionBox 9
    • Tape 11: Targeting Young Women to Develop the Smoking habitBox 9
    • Tape 12: Women and HIVBox 9
    • Tape 13: The Optional Protocol Is AdoptedBox 9
    • Tape 14: Annual Meeting of the UN Commission on the Status of WomenBox 9
    • Tape 15: Women Prisoners in the US and in Rwanda: A Tribute to Ingrid WashinawatokBox 9
    • Tape 19: Honour Killings; Former Unifem Director Margaret Snyder...Box 9
    • Tape 20: Men's Role in Gender AdvocacyBox 9
    • Tape 21: A Story about Two Sisters Trafficked from PolandBox 9
    • Tape 22: Religious Fundamentalism and Women's Rights: The Perspectives of a Jewish And a Muslim WomanBox 9
    • Tape 23: Putting the Onus on Governments to Halt Violence against WomenBox 9
    • Tape 24: Older Women Take their Rightful Place in Today's SocietyBox 9
    • Tape 25: Reforming Women's Prisons in the US, pt. 1: A Prisoner Turns ActivistBox 9
    • Tape 26: Reforming Women's Prisons in the US, pt. 2: Sexual Abuse by Male GuardsBox 9
    • Tape 27: Reforming Women's Prisons in the US, pt. 3: Recommendations; The United Kingdom Presents Its Report on Women to the UNBox 9
  • 1999-2001, 2005
    • Tape 39: Women in TransitionBox 10
    • Tape 40: The Day of Six Billion and Women's Reproductive RightsBox 10
    • Tape 53: Depression and WomenBox 10
    • Tape 54: Equality under the LawBox 10
    • Tape 55: Three Women Journalists from the Former YugoslaviaBox 10
    • Global Population Challenge: 5 Years from Cairo (June 1999) (transcripts, 2 tapes, CD-rom)
      • Tape 1: The Road from CairoBox 10
      • Tape 2: The Clinic, pt. 1Box 10
      • Tape 3: I Want to Be A NurseBox 10
      • Tape 4: Meet MaryBox 10
      • Tape 5: Get Up! Stand Up!Box 10
      • Tape 6: A Positive Way, A Positive DayBox 10
      • Tape 7: Keeping the FaithBox 10
      • Tape 8: Breaking the SilenceBox 10
      • Tape 9: A Service in NeedBox 10
      • Tape 10: Men's Voices, Men's ChoicesBox 10
      • Tape 11: Banging the DrumBox 10
      • Tape 12: The Clinic, pt. 2Box 10
  • 2000
      Note:  Many of the listings in this series have several brief programs on each side; only the first is listed by title
    • Tape 33: Saudi Arabia Joins the Women's ConventionBox 10
    • Tape 34: The Situation of Women in MyanmarBox 10
    • Tape 35: Women March Against Poverty and ViolenceBox 10
    • Tape 36: Women World Leaders Meet at the United NationsBox 10
    • Tape 45: UN Security Council Recognizes Women's Role...Box 10
    • Tape 46: Preventing Mother-to-child Transmission of the AIDS VirusBox 10
    • Tape 47: Domestic ViolenceBox 10
    • Tape 48: The Year 2000 for WomenBox 10
    • Tape 49: Two Special Winners of the UNDP Race against Poverty AwardsBox 10
    • Tape 50: Women's Caucus Fears US Proposal...Box 10
    • Tape 51: Women Rebuilding SomaliaBox 10
    • Tape 52: Ethnicity and its Role in Armed Conflicts...Box 10
  • 2001
    • Tape 1: UNHCR's "Respect" Campaign Highlights the Potential of RefugeesBox 10
    • Tape 2: Violence Against Women: "With an End in Sight"Box 10
    • Tape 3: The New UNFPA Head and her Commitment to Women's RightsBox 10
    • Tape 4: The Effect of Social Change on Women in EuropeBox 10
    • Tape 5: The Maldives Improves Women's Equality in the FamilyBox 10
    • Tape 6: CEDAW Wraps Up Its Winter SessionBox 10
    • Tape 7: AIDS PreventionBox 10
    • Tape 8: Miss Universe 2000 Becomes U.N. Goodwill AmbassadorBox 10
    • Tape 13: The Business Case for Women's EqualityBox 10
    • Tape 14: Women at the Crossroads of Racism and SexismBox 10
    • Tape 15: Women as Peace-BuildersBox 10
    • Tape 16: Searching for New Ways to Halt the Spread of HIV/AIDSBox 10
    • Tape 17: Solar Ovens Improve Women's LivesBox 10
    • Tape 18: Executive Director of UNFPA Talks about the Challenges AheadBox 10
    • Tape 19: Woman Journalist Defends Freedom of the PressBox 10
    • Tape 20: Billion Mom March against Small ArmsBox 10
    • Tape 21: An Update on the Trade in Women and ChildrenBox 10
    • Tape 22: Marketing of Breast Milk Substitutes in PakistanBox 10
    • Tape 23: Women and the Dangers of Tobacco UseBox 10
    • Tape 24: Overcoming Obstacles to Girls' Education in AfricaBox 10
  • 2002
    • Tape 1: The Costs of Oil Exploration in the Niger Delta; Women's Access to Radio in Rural Niger; Breaking the Bonds of Forced Labor in India; The World Bank Intensifies Its Action against AIDS, 2 Jan 2002Box 10
    • Tape 2: Gender Takes Centre Stage in the Fight against the AIDS Pandemic in Africa; A Buddhist Monk Extols the Spirituality of Women, 9 Jan 2002Box 10
    • Tape 3: Afghan Girls Start School; Reducing the Infant Mortality Rate in Tanzania; A Woman's Story of Violence; UN Refugees Agency Closes Some of Its Offices in West Africa, 16 Jan 2002Box 10
    • Tape 4: Response to Natural Disasters: An Opportunity for Women's Advancement; UNFPA Appeals for the Release of Funds, 24 Jan 2002Box 10
    • Tape 47: UN Food Agency Sounds Alarm again over Impending Starvation in North Korea; A New Report Warns of Old Diseases Re-emerging without Better Vaccine Funding; UNESCO Helps Enhance the Effectiveness of Micro-Credit Programmes; Africa Industrialization Day, Focus of New Technologies, 22 Nov 2002Box 10
    • Tape 31: Three Activists Working to End Violence against Women; Journalist Reporting from the Frontlines in Afghanistan Gets Award for Courage; UN Agency Supports Microcredit Programmes that Benefit Women, 27 Nov 2002Box 10
    • Tape 48: Indian Science Inventor Wins Top Environment Prize; Police Force Fit for Europe; More than 70 Countries Unlikely to Meet Education Goals; Botswana Begins Distributing Life-Prolonging HIV/AIDS Medicines, 29 Nov 2002Box 10
    • Tape 49: UN Promotes Independent Living and Sustainable Livelihoods for Disabled People; Solution to the Emerging Issue of E-Waste Discussed; The Jewish Haggadah Is Officially Returned to Bosnia-Herzegovina; UNIFEM Finds an International Market for Burkinabe Women's Product, 6 Dec 2002Box 10
    • Tape 23: The Achievements of the United Nations Mission in Bosnia-Herzegovina, 10 Dec 2002Box 10
    • Tape 50: The Human Rights Factor in Terrorism and Globalization; River Blindness Is No Longer A Health Threat in West Africa; Reaching Young People with a Message on Preventing HIV/AIDS; The ITU Launches a Women-Oriented Internet Training in Uganda, 12 Dec 2002Box 10
  • 2005
    • Tape 11: Access to Land for Women as a Way out of Poverty; Indigenous Women Struggle to Put a Stop to the Violence against Them; Concern is Growing about the Increasing Number of Women in Prison, 27 May 2005Box 10
    • Tape 21: World Health Assembly to Discuss Destruction of Smallpox Virus; The Rain People of Venezuela Fight for Survival; Addressing the Problem of Juvenile Detention; Roma in Germany Return to Kosovo, 26 May 2005Box 10
    • Tape 22: At the UN Forum on Forests: A Reminder that Human Life Cannot Exist Without Plant Life; An International Wall of Peace; Avian Flu Still a Problem; Leading Investors Address Financial Implications of Climate Change, 2 June 2005Box 10
    • Tape 6: Signatories to Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Fail to Agree on a Final Outcome, June 2 2005Box 10