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Open Letter To President Obama Regarding the I-VAWA

Dear President Obama, Secretary Clinton, the U.S. Congress, and U.S. Citizens … Read More»

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A voice for IVAWA from Cambodia

Dear Respected U.S. President Barack Obama, Secretary Hillary Clinton, Vice President Biden and all U.S. Senators. … Read More»

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I-VAWA is critical for world peace

Since women are the mothers of every person, since women have been oppressed for nearly three thousand years, since women are smaller and less likely to have extreme physical strength, this is a criti … Read More»

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“Human Rights for Women: Human Rights for All"

Mr. Barak Husain Obama President United States of America Honorable President … Read More»

Leina's picture

The IVAWA,The Abolition Of A Subtle,Yet Cruel Form Of Slavery!

Dear President Barack Obama and Secretary Of State Hilary Clinton, … Read More»

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Visioning a world free from violence where every women regardless of color or religion lives happily: A voice from Somali Women

Dear Respected U.S. President Barack Obama, Secretary Hillary Clinton, vice president Biden and U.S. Senators. … Read More»

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Imagining a World Where Every Woman, Man and Child Feels Safe in Their Home and Community

President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton and all governments everywhere, the time has come to pass The International Violence Against Women Act (H.R. 4594, S. 2982). … Read More»

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End the Curse of Domestic Violence

There are many castes, cultures and religions in India and in all of these many types of violence take place against women. First of all there is mental and physical violence by a woman's husband. … Read More»

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TO THE PRESIDENT, HOW WE WISH...................

Dear President Barack Obama, First Lady, The secretary Hillary Clinton and vice president Biden including all key senators. … Read More»

Ihangane's picture

Creating Peace by Ending Violence

As I flew backwards through the air on December 13, 2004, there was a split second that life as I knew it was suspended. I did not know when, where or how I would land. … Read More»

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