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UN begins 16-day activism campaign highlighting female abuse

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UN begins 16-day activism campaign highlighting female abuse

UN begins 16-day activism campaign highlighting female abuse

The International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women on November 25 is the occasion to highlight the many struggles women from around the world continue to face, including domestic abuse, genital mutilation, online violence, and femicide.


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