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Sharon Behn
June 02, 2014 7:32 PM
In a country where women's rights are often ignored, Pakistan's young gaming industry is breaking gender barriers. Sharon Behn talks to two start-up companies where young men and women work side-by-side to reap some of the benefits of the billion-dollar international industry.

Gaming Industry Breaks Gender Barriers in Pakistan

Sharon Behn

Published June 02, 2014

In a country where women's rights are often ignored, Pakistan's young gaming industry is breaking gender barriers. Sharon Behn talks to two start-up companies where young men and women work side-by-side to reap some of the benefits of the billion-dollar international industry.


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by: Foxtrot from: Pakistan
June 02, 2014 7:40 PM
"A country where women rights are 'often' ignored"....

Hell of a vindictive rhetoric to start the article with.