U.N. Highlights: Commission on the Status of Women 2006

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Two representatives of Concerned Women for America, Wendy Wright, president, and Dr. Janice Crouse, senior fellow of CWA’s Beverly LaHaye Institute, are attending the 50th Session of the U.N. Commission on the Status of Women in New York on February 27 through March 10. Their reports follow.

Kofi’s ComeuppanceThe U.N. Secretary-General asked, “What is Kinko’s?” 3/10/2006 CWA Celebrates International Women’s DayWomen are breaking new ground, in the United States and around the world. 3/8/2006 Reproductive Rights Gone WrongThis week at the U.N. Commission on the Status of Women, some digging into the fine print of old and new documents yielded startling discoveries. 3/7/2006 Abortion Lies v. Abortion RealitiesCounterbalancing information on abortion and its negative impact on women’s health. 3/6/2006 Those Whacky Leftist WomenIt’s always amusing to see the left’s new rhetoric at each session of the CSW. 3/3/2006 U.S. Representative to U.N. Conference Summarizes How America Advances Women WorldwideThe United States has a strong record of achievement in women’s well-being. 3/2/2006

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