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Paying for “Gender Equality”2/27/2008

Beyond the heavy rhetoric, is a new and even more portentous argument: these efforts are not just necessary, they are “morally right.”
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Uganda Holding Firm to Biblical Values8/23/2007

Uganda, the nation that has led the world in the fight against AIDS and HIV infections with its abstinence-based program, is taking on a new challenge. The predominantly Christian nation is taking a biblical and cultural stand against the radical homosexual agenda. Dr. Janice Crouse, Senior Fellow and Director of the Beverly LaHaye Institute, shares […]  READ MORE

Forgotten in the Shadows7/24/2007

The violence in Uganda is the “second most under-publicized emergency of [the] present day.”  READ MORE

Women: Essential in Peace Processes6/7/2007

The United Nations is convinced that if women were included in the peace process there would be no conflicts. The linkages between gender equality and permanent peace are obvious to those inside the U.N. The other side of the coin is when women are in the middle of the conflict; when that is the case, […]  READ MORE

UN Women’s Conference OpensAdmits Women Need Men6/7/2007

New York City — The 48th Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women opened Monday, March 1, 2004, to focus on the theme of the role of men and boys in achieving gender equality. The expressed purpose of the conference deliberations is to produce “global policies,” as well as a “framework” […]  READ MORE

CEDAW: A Global Tool That Would Harm Women6/7/2007

Two main problems exist with the United Nations’ treaty on Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW)  READ MORE

A Day of Good, Bad and Downright Ugly6/7/2007

Negotiations intensify as U.N. Commission on the Status of Women nears end. Thursday’s negotiating session on the draft of Agreed Conclusions for the track on “the role of men and boys in achieving gender equality” at the U.N. Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) had a little bit of the whole range from positive […]  READ MORE

U.N. Highlights: Commission on the Status of Women 20066/7/2007

Two representatives of Concerned Women for America, Wendy Wright, president, and Dr. Janice Crouse, senior fellow of CWA’s Beverly LaHaye Institute, are attending the 50th Session of the U.N. Commission on the Status of Women in New York on February 27 through March 10. Their reports follow. Kofi’s ComeuppanceThe U.N. Secretary-General asked, “What is Kinko’s?” […]  READ MORE

UN Diplomat Fighting Sex Trafficking Under House Arrest6/7/2007

Sigma Huda, the United Nations’ Special Rapporteur on trafficking in persons, is under house arrest in Bangladesh just as she is due to speak at a high-profile U.N. conference on human rights. Dr. Janice Crouse has more on this delicate situation that requires your prayers. Download View The Full Article Here  READ MORE

CWA’s Crouse to Speak at United Nations6/7/2007

Janice Shaw Crouse, Ph.D., senior fellow of Concerned Women for America’s (CWA’s) Beverly LaHaye Institute, will speak on March 3 at a panel presentation during the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) in New York. Titled “Data-Driven Social Policy: What Does Research Say is Really Best for Women,” the presentation also features […]  READ MORE

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