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  • 10 Ridiculous Arguments Against Women’s Rights

    The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW), better known as The Women’s Equality Treaty, is the leading international treaty in terms of promoting equality between the sexes. Despite its role as the leader of democracy and equality around the world, the United States stands as one of only seven nations that has not ratified the treaty. Why you may ask? Because of ridiculous arguments from the opposition such as these.

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  • 10 Ways That World Federalists Plan To Unite the World

    World federalists are globally minded citizens who believe global institutions should work together to enable us to abolish war, protect our rights and freedoms, and solve crises that cannot be solved one country at a time. These institutions would be based on international law that is democratic and accountable to the world’s citizens. They would be set up to work only on global issues while respecting the diversity and autonomy of our national and local communities.

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  • Our Men And Women In Blue

    United Nations peacekeepers represent the 2nd largest deployed military force in the world, second only to the United States. On May 29th, the world recognizes their service and sacrifices on International Day of Peacekeepers. But where are these men and women serving the cause of peace and what do they do? The following slides introduce you to these soldiers, volunteered from their national services, in the 16 missions currently underway.

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  • 7 Ways CEDAW Helps Women Around The World

    CEDAW is an international bill of rights for women that defines what constitutes discrimination against women and sets up an agenda for national action to end such discrimination. This treaty has been ratified by 188 member nations of the UN. The US is one of 7 nations that HAS NOT ratified CEDAW, along with Palau, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, Iran, and Tonga. This is not acceptable. Help ratify CEDAW today!

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  • 7 Countries That Do Not Protect Women’s Rights

    There is an international treaty called the Convention on the Elimination of All forms of Discrimination against Women, more commonly called CEDAW. CEDAW is an international bill of rights for women that defines what constitutes discrimination against women and sets up an agenda for national action to end such discrimination. 188 members of the United Nations have ratified this treaty bringing protection for women into their country through international norms. However there are still 7 countries that hold out against protection for women’s rights internationally.

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