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Solving Child Sex Trafficking Requires Addressing the Conditions of Vulnerability

Child sex trafficking is among the very few issues that can win bipartisan support in today’s political climate. But the laws resulting from this political alliance offer deeply conservative, law-and-order solutions that only minimally address the social conditions that make U.S. youth vulnerable to the sex trade.

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Ending violence against women and girls requires radical commitment – not another treaty

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The Latin American experience suggests it is time for a new international treaty on violence against women

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It is Time for an International Treaty on Violence Against Women

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Addressing Gender-Based Violence: CEDAW and Political Will