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"Iran." Central Intelligence Agency. Central Intelligence Agency, n.d. Web. 13 Feb. 2016.

This is a reliable source because it is published by the CIA. The World Factbook compiles
information from every country into one section and this way you can learn all the facts
about one country at once instead of searching for multiple sources when you don't have the
information you need. This is the website that will be used give all of the basic information for
each country that is mentioned in this blog.
This source will be used a main source for the rest of the 20Time project, not only is it reliable it
helps secure information that could be questionable on another website but the information is
updated to the best of the CIA's ability. This source has also helped with the demographics of
each country as well as far as learning how the population, geography, people, politics and
religion affect the region and the people.
"Restrictions on Womens Rights Around the World." Channel One News. N.p., 26 Jan. 15. Web.
This source was used to help narrow and define some of the restrictions that are put on women's
rights in some countries. This website showed that many countries have different bans that you
may not be aware of, countries that you may have thought didn't have restrictions, but actually
This website is going to be a primary source during my project because I can show examples of
various countries instead of just one country with multiple examples of violations of womens
rights. This source is a valid source because it comes from a news website that sometimes goes
undercover s=in different countries, as well as interviewing different women from different
WomanKind. "Facts about Women's Rights | Women's Rights | Policy And Campaigns |
Womankind." Facts about Women's Rights | Women's Rights | Policy And Campaigns |
Womankind. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Feb. 2016. <https://www.womankind.org.uk/policy-andcampaigns/women's-rights/facts-about-women's-rights>.
This website was used for facts about women's rights around the world. It included facts with
information and demographics from the U.S. and other international countries. Facts on this
website were about the careers of women to men, pay of women to men, the jobs that women
hold, the rights of women and other facts. It compared percentages of women to percentages of
men and it explained why women's rights are needed.
This source will also be a primary source for this whole project because it has provided
information that cannot be found on other websites. Also, it has facts broken down into
categories instead of the facts being in different places throughout the website. Another
important aspect of this website was that it had facts about the difference in the world if women
were to be treated the same as men and received the same pay, job and political standings.
Noroc, Mihaela. "I Photographed Women From 37 Countries To Show That Beauty Is
Everywhere." Http://www.boredpanda.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Jan. 2016.

This source was used to provide the material for the header of my blog. The women who to
the photographs was from Romania. She went around to 37 countries and took pictures
of different women from each country. The photographer/author was trying to show that beauty
is everywhere and that it can be found in every country. The author compiled theses photos into
The Beauty Atlas, which she hopes is used to show that beauty is not defined to one thing.
While this particular source will probably not be used again in the 20Time project, it was good
to have realistic pictures of women from around the world. When beginning to make this header
it was important not to include synthesized pictures of women from around the world that the
general public would expect. The pictures of the women needed to be real instead of posed or
"Women's 'Rights' in Iran: 5 Laws That Will Appall You | Clarion Project." ClarionProject.org.
N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Feb. 2016. <http://www.clarionproject.org/analysis/womens-rights-iran-5laws-will-appall-you>.
This source was very enlightening. This source pinpointed specific violations of rights against
women in Iran and how some of the women who tired to stand up against the violators of these
rights were treated. While there are many rights of women that are violated in Iran, this website
showed some of the more severe violations against women.
This source is valid because the Clarion Project is and organization that fights against the
violation of rights against humans, not only for women but for men and children. This source is
going to be used multiple times during the 20Time project, for multiple examples of rights
violations in countries and, as well as general information about the violation of rights.
Sudwind, Verein. "Female Genital Mutilation in the Islamic Republic of Iran." IranHRC. N.p.,
n.d. Web. 12 Feb. 16. <http://www.iranhrc.org/?p=1230>.
This source was very informational. It defined female gender mutilation and why it is prevalent
in Iran. It also describes how it is done, why it is done and who it is done by. The information in
the article is going to be very useful during the project when I give examples of how womens
rights violations can be deadly for the women. It is important for people to understand that this
is not only a violation against a womans body but a violation against her life.
This source is reliable, and while this information may only be used to give examples of FGM in
Iran, it can always be referenced to define, describe and explain FGM and why it happens.