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Jimmy Carter Issues 'Call to Action' to Stop Abuse Against Womeni
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Kane Farabaugh
March 29, 2014 3:06 AM
The World Health Organization reports one in three women around the world will experience physical or sexual violence in their lifetime. Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter calls abuse of women the most serious human rights issue facing the world today. In an interview with VOA's Kane Farabaugh, and in his new book "A Call to Action," the former president outlines the seriousness of the abuse both globally and in the United States.

Jimmy Carter Issues 'Call to Action' to Stop Abuse Against Women

Kane Farabaugh

Published March 28, 2014

The World Health Organization reports one in three women around the world will experience physical or sexual violence in their lifetime. Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter calls abuse of women the most serious human rights issue facing the world today. In an interview with VOA's Kane Farabaugh, and in his new book "A Call to Action," the former president outlines the seriousness of the abuse both globally and in the United States.


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