Empowering All Women to Reach Their Full Potential

Jarrett, Valerie
January 2013
Whitehouse Blog;2013, p183
Blog Entry
A blog post about the activities for the celebration of the 2013 International Women's Day in the U.S., which include the International Women of Courage Awards and a conference about effective prevention and responses to intimate partner violence, is presented.


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