Women’s Rights

Women’s Rights - Oct. 13, 2009 "Women's...

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Oct. 13, 2009 “Women’s Rights,” Karen Foerstel Geog 112 Thesis The rights of women around the world have increased over the years but millions of women are still being abused and violated. Response Human rights can be defined as pursuit of happiness as long as it does not harm the others in the process. Currently, not all humans are given these rights. Some rights are taken away for political reasons and some rights are taken away due to institutional reasons all over the world. For example, the conditions of China’s human rights have increased over the years but not all 1.3 billion people get all the rights as a human. Some do not even get the most basic rights to live their lives. For example, human rights in Africa. People are abused and killed for no reason. Same problem exists when it comes to the rights of the women around the world. For thousands of years, women were not considered as same as men. History shows that women were treated as if they are lower than men. They were not given the same rights. In some countries women were considered as possession of men. In other countries women were not able to
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