Creating Ending the Global Persecution of Women (2007)

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We can choose to be audacious enough to take responsibility for the entire human family.
We can choose to make our love for the world be what our lives are really about.
Each of us now has the opportunity, the privilege, to make a difference in creating a world that works for all of us.
It will require courage, audacity, and heart. It is much more radical than a revolution – it is the beginning of a transformation in the quality of life on our planet.
You have the power to fire the shot heard ‘round the world. (Werner Erhard, Graduate Review, February 1980.)


This database is under construction.

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The Global Context

Ending Gender Persecution Globally by Jan. 1, 2020

The Global Picture of Gender Persecution

Essential Charters and Declarations

The Global Situation

Patriarchy, Male Domination, or Sexism

Justice and the Law


Boy Preference

Female Feoticide

Female Infanticide

Female Baby Trafficking

Female Genital Mutilation

State Protection against Female Genital Mutilation

Child Trafficking, Slavery, and Exploitation

Child Sexual Exploitation - Rape, Incest, and Sexual Assault

Child Sexual Exploitation - Pornography

Child Sexual Exploitation - Prostitution

Human Trafficking: Countries

Human Trafficking: People

State Protection against Human Trafficking

Arranged, Forced, and Child Marriages

State Protection against Arranged, Forced, and Child Marriages

Child Soldiers

HRW Report: Children as Weapons of War

The Execution of Children

Treatment of Children in War Zones


Discrimination against Women

Violence, including Murder

State Protection against Violence against Women

Lack of Freedom of Assembly

Sexual Harassment

Exploitation of Foreign Workers


Acid Attacks and Other Forms of Mutilation

Holiday Wives/Abandoned Brides


Domestic Violence

State Protection against Domestic Violence

Rape and Sexual Assault

State Protection against Rape and Sexual Harassment

Rape: Background Reports

Drug Rape

Custodial Rape

Mass Rape, Rape as a Weapon of War, and Women in War Zones

State Protection against Mass Rape and Rape as a Weapon of War

Communal Violence against Women

Forced Abortion and Sterilization

Patrilocal Residence


Female-Headed or Single-Mother Households

Poverty and Hunger

Sati and the Disempowerment of Widows


Dowry Deaths

Honour Killings

State Protection against Honour Killings


Serial Murder

==== State Protection against Serial Murder ====

==== War ====