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  • WebMemo posted June 3, 2011 by Grace Melton In Bed with Radical Feminists: The U.N.’s Misguided Women’s Agenda

    From the halls of the United Nations at Turtle Bay to its expansive buildings in Geneva, radical feminism is among the predominant views dictating social policy and programs. Feminists lead their international agenda from the new United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women, known as “UN Women,” often in partnership with a host of nongovernmental…

  • WebMemo posted April 7, 2010 by Grace Melton CEDAW and the New U.N. Gender Office: The U.S. Can Do Better

    The 54th session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) concluded last month at the United Nations, with even more feminist fanfare than in recent years. The CSW is a functional body that meets annually to discuss and review the situation of women and girls worldwide. This year the CSW commemorated the 15th anniversary of the Fourth World Conference on…

  • Backgrounder posted January 9, 2009 by Grace Melton CEDAW: How U.N. Interference Threatens the Rights of American Women

    The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) was adopted in 1979 by the United Nations General Assembly and initiated in 1981 after its ratification by 20 member states; today 185 countries are party to CEDAW. The United States Senate -- under both Democrat and Republican leadership -- has consistently…

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