Authors: Norma Ramos
To the Editor of the New York Times: In "Free Speech and an Anti-Prostitution Pledge" (editorial, April 23), you use a free speech argument to oppose the United States government's requirement that organizations that receive federal funds have a policy opposing prostitution and sex trafficking. The issue is actually human rig... Read More...
CATW was once again an active participant in the 57th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW 57) at the United Nations in New York City. The priority theme was The Elimination and Prevention of All Forms of Violence Against Women and Girls. CATW sponsored two panels, moderated one and had several board members participate in o... Read More...
Authors: Anton Popic
http://www.fokuskvinner.no/no/Nyheter/2013/Impunity-as-the-norm/ Participants at CSW from southern Africa to Latin America, from east Asia to Northern Europe, agree that impunity for violent crimes against women appears to be the norm. According to Theresa Ulloa, the director of the Coalition Against Trafficking in Women in Latin America and the... Read More...
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