Saturday, March 7, 2009

the Globalist - Violence Against Women - International Women's Day Series

While many steps have been taken to publicize and reduce domestic violence, it continues in every country of the world. In light of International Women’s Day on March 8, Middle East Times International correspondent C├ęsar Chelala highlights the breadth and depth of the problem, and why millions of women are beaten by their partners each year
Violence Against Women: A Hidden Pandemic (Part I)

Violence Against Women: A Hidden Pandemic (Part II)

A memorial in Canada dedicated to women killed by domestic violence.

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