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U.N. Pact Leads a Dutch Woman to Political Victory

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Dutch activists just used CEDAW to end a party's longstanding religious objection to female candidates. That's a lesson for women in the U.S., one of the few U.N. members that has not ratified the pact.

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