Looks at the state of women's human rights in Ethiopia, Latvia, Jamaica and Fiji.

The UN Conference on Population and Development in Cairo marked a watershed in international discussions about population. It shifted the debate away from arguments about numbers and population targets to focus on human rights. But denial of women's rights still devastates the lives of millions today. For the last two years Television Trust for the Environment (TVE) has been working with women directors around the world to produce 10 short films - in two series, Not the Numbers Game and A Question of Rights - that explore why so much discrimination and violence is still directed against women. The five 15-minute films in the series A Question of Rights explore what governments, communities, NGOs, and individuals are doing to ensure that women's reproductive rights are recognized in Ethiopia, Latvia, Jamaica and Fiji.

Media, Human Rights, Media, Population