Marsha Freeman

University of Minnesota

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Senior Fellow at the University of Minnesota's Human Rights Center, where she is the director of International Women's Rights Action Watch

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At this week's 59th session of the  Commission on the Status of Women , world leaders are pledging gender equality by 2030.

Women's Equality: Violence and International Law

At this week's 59th session of the Commission on the Status of Women , world leaders are pledging gender equality by 2030.

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