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Eastern Europe and Gender Inequality

Countries across Eastern Europe are marking 30 years since the end of communism. In 1989, the most dramatic scenes played out in November when the Berlin Wall fell. But the first big shift was in Poland five months earlier: partially free elections pushed out the communist government and paved the way for free market reforms. But what have these changes meant for women? Alexa Dvorson reports for DW. Listen to the whole broadcast and Slavenka Drakulić commentary on this link.



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