Gender Inequality

To tackle violence against women, we need to alleviate poverty

To end violence against women, the international community needs to identify its contributing factors. Image: Ahmed Akacha for Pexels

Bincheng Mao

Global Shaper, New York Hub

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Violence against women: 1 in 2 women have experienced sexual harassment in EU. Image: European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights

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