3.20.2007

Women's human rights advocates and policymakers increasingly recognize that women are not a homogenous group of rights holders. In order to protect, promote, and advance women's human rights, advocates and policymakers must take into account differences among women with respect to age, socio-economic status, racial/ethnic background, religion, national origin, citizenship status, health/HIV status, sexual orientation, and disability, among others.

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