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Parental Rights for Rapists?

For the thousands of women in the United States who become pregnant and bear children as a result of rape each year, the need to ensure that they can raise their children without further threat from the rapist is a critical – and largely unacknowledged – concern.

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Child Brides: In Jamaica, Too

Although ideas regarding men’s right to ownership over ‘their’ women in intimate relationships can be found across communities, the practice of cohabitation between under-aged females and older men is predominantly found in communities marked by poverty.

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Children’s Rights: Stop the Exploitation

In Cameroon, like in most African countries, children are seen heavy-laden with items to sell around parks and markets. Made to work hard labor and long hours which in some cases extend late into the night, often they are brutalized — in the guise of correction.

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