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Global Women's Rights

Equality Around the World: Women's Rights are Human Rights

The Feminist Majority Foundation’s Global Campaign has always been based on the belief that the fight we face on the domestic front and the fight we face on the global front for women’s rights are not two separate battles: They are one and the same. Women’s rights are human rights.

The Feminist Majority Foundation is committed to empowering women and girls around the world. Join us as we advocate for Afghan women and girls, women in Iran, increased funding for global sexual reproductive health and rights, the United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW), known as The Women's Treaty, and the worldwide elimination of violence against women.

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What were peoples' views on feminism before World War 1? | Yahoo Answers

I think the majority of men were too busy working their fingers to the bone to provide for their families to be too concerned with the women's movement. Back in those times a man had to have a house before he could get married, so most men had to work hard until they reached their early 30s to have the standing to have a wife.
Chick B: The rule of thumb was never part of British common law. You can read the law online if you want, it won't be there. It was never socially acceptable to beat a woman. It has been illegal since at least the 1700s. This is just feminist fiction, and this is…

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