For First Time, U.S. Proposes Changes To Resolutions Condemning Violence Against Women, Children At U.N. General Assembly
Devex: U.S. pushes caveats at U.N. on condemning violence against women, children
“The Trump administration is pushing for language in two separate U.N. resolutions on women and children that would only condemn violence in certain ‘unlawful’ circumstances rather than a blanket statement of ‘all forms’ of violence. The move is isolating the United States in the U.N. General Assembly and has prompted stern criticism from human rights and health organizations, including the International Women’s Health Coalition…” (Lieberman, 11/21).
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