Why are Women More Abused in the World of Work Than Men are Abused in the World of Work By: Christopher Llamas


People deny equal rights with men. Violence against women feeds off discrimination. Violence against women is composed by discrimination on the grounds of the race ethnicity, sexual identity, social status, class and age. Around the world at least one women in every three has been beaten coerced into sex, or otherwise abused in her lifetime. In conclusion www.amnestyusa.org says women are more abused in the world of work then men are abused in the world of work.

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