How can education help form a culture of peace for more justice and tolerance?
What happens to women in contexts of the collapse of community?
How are calls, by women’s NGOs and INGOs, for the reduction in military expenditures important for the health and wellness of women, girls, and, in fact, societies?
How do refugee, displaced, and migrant women require, in addition to external support, internal resolve?
How are women and children the majority of the world’s refugees?
How can entire communities suffer the consequences of armed conflict and terrorism with particularly negative impacts on women and girls?
How do violence and instability contribute to the problems of prostitution and trafficking?
What helps women victims of violence due to prostitution and trafficking?
How can specific protocols protect the rights of women relative to trafficking?
How can the creation of an environment of human rights, democracy, and peaceful settlement of disputes lead to the proper protection of women’s rights?
What happens with some religious interpretations in in some countries around the world? How does this impact the views of men and women?
How can we work regionally and international through education and training to eliminate the trafficking of women?
How does a proper allocation of resources for women help with the victims of trafficking?
How does looking at the root and external factors of violence against women help deal with it?
What happens when women in the international non-religious communities speak their minds?
What is the central aspect and purpose of retail?