Hundreds of millions of girls and women around the globe continue to endure deadly oppression and human rights violations. Every day, they are threatened, beaten, raped, mutilated, enslaved, trafficked and killed with impunity. Hear New York Times foreign correspondent Celia Dugger; Times Op-Ed columnist Bob Herbert; international women's rights spokesperson Ayaan Hirsi Ali, the author of "Infidel"; LaShawn Jefferson, executive director of the women's rights division of Human Rights Watch; and Rachel Mayanja, U.N. special adviser on gender issues and the advancement of women, discuss how such crimes against women's human rights can - and must - end.
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Added by Viviane on June 15, 2007