CNU's Conference on the Global Status of Women & Girls

Women and girls around the globe are finding themselves caught up in UN policies of population control, suffering great burden and unintentional risk because of those policies to promote sustainability mandated by government authority.  Prof. Kathleen McKee and I discussed this issue from our article Examining the Associations between Sustainable Development Population Policies and Human Trafficking at this weekend’s Conference on the Global Status of Women & Girls at Christopher Newport University in Virginia. 
Discussions like these can make a difference to policy makers around the globe toward protection of women and children, not by government mandate, but by fostering safety and human thriving in responsible families toward individual and national family strength. 
Assoc. Dean Lynne Marie Kohm, Rosemary Trible (Pres., Fear2Freedom), Prof. Kathleen McKee 

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