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Infographic: The Reality of Violence Against Women

August 03, 2015 at 3PM EST

TED, July 21, 2015 Often, discussions about equality center around leaning in, or whether or not the glass ceiling has got cracks in it. But for many women, the focus is on surviving everyday violence, assault and rape.

"That's Not Cool" Campaign Teaches Teens About Abusive Relationships In a Modern (And Hopefully Effective) Way

August 03, 2015 at 3PM EST

Bustle, July 15, 2015 When people think about abusive relationships, we rarely think of teens, but dating violence unfortunately affects a large number of teens.

Rohingya Women Flee Violence Only to Be Sold Into Marriage

August 03, 2015 at 3PM EST

The New York Times, August 3, 2015 The young woman had been penned in a camp in the sweltering jungle of southern Thailand for two months when she was offered a deal.