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Authors: Luisa Blanchfield, Rhoda Margesson, Clare Ribando Seelke, et. al. 
Book Description:
In recent years, the international community has increasingly recognized international violence against women (VAW) as a significant human rights and global health issue. VAW, which can include both random acts of violence as well as sustained abuse over time, can be physical, psychological, or sexual in nature. Studies have found that VAW occurs in all geographic regions, countries, cultures, and economic classes, with some surveys showing that women in developing countries experience higher rates of violence than those in developed countries. Many experts view VAW as a symptom of the historically unequal power relationship between men and women, and argue that over time this imbalance has led to pervasive cultural stereotypes and attitudes that perpetuate a cycle of violence. U.S. policymakers have generally focused on specific types or circumstances of violence rather than VAW as a stand-alone issue. Congress has authorized and appropriated funds for international programs that address VAW, including human trafficking and female genital cutting. Past and current Administrations have also supported efforts to reduce international levels of VAW — though many of these activities are implemented as components of broader international development initiatives. This book addresses causes, prevalence, and consequences of violence against women. It provides examples of U.S. activities that address VAW directly or include anti-VAW components. It also outlines possible policy considerations for the 110th Congress, including the scope and effectiveness of current U.S. programs; further integrating anti-VAW programs into U.S. assistance and foreign policy mechanisms; strengthening U.S. government coordination of international anti-VAW activities; and collaborating with international organizations such as the United Nations on anti- VAW efforts.

Table of Contents:
Preface

Chapter 1: Introduction (pp. 1-2)

Chapter 2: Defining Violence Against Women (pp. 3)

Chapter 3: Scope and Context (pp. 5-7)

Chapter 4: Types of Violence (pp. 9-11)

Chapter 5: Administration Efforts (pp. 13-14)

Chapter 6: Key Issues and Related U.S. Activities (pp. 15-24)

Chapter 7: Selected United Nations and Other International Efforts (pp. 25-27)

Chapter 8: Policy Issues for Congress (pp. 29-33)

Chapter 9: Current and Emerging Issues (pp. 35-36)

Appendix A. Additional Resources (pp. 37-38)

Appendix B. Selected U.S. Agencies and Offices/Bureaus that Address Global Violence Against Women (pp. 39-40)

Appendix C. Selected U.N. System Efforts (pp. 41-48)

Appendix D. Selected Legislation in the 110th Congress (pp. 49-51)

List of Tables

Index

   Binding: Softcover
   Pub. Date: 2008
   Pages: 79 pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-60456-990-2
   Status: AV
  
Status Code Description
AN Announcing
FM Formatting
PP Page Proofs
FP Final Production
EP Editorial Production
PR At Prepress
AP At Press
AV Available
  
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