Margaret Owen

Margaret Owen, OBE, is a lawyer and the founder and president of Widows for Peace Through Democracy, a British nonprofit organization. She also ran the law and policy division at the International Planned Parent Federation and worked with the Coordinating Committee for the Welfare of Ugandan Asians (CCWUA). She has been a consultant for the World Health Organization, the International Labor Organization, Unicef and the British Commonwealth secretariat.
March 11, 2013 
UN Commission on the STatus of Women
As the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women’s annual conference enters its final week, the political agendas of different countries are reflected in the deep divisions over how to prevent and eliminate violence against women and girls, the theme this year. Furious arguments are going on over the use of such language …

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