By The Associated PressThe U.N. Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women in International Human Rights Law is hosting a conference this week on the plight of millions of women in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
The event will focus on women’s rights and the right to life and to reproductive rights, according to the U.K.-based group, the World United Nations Conference on Women.
The UN. convention, which has held since 1990, is a global forum for countries to share information and take action to end discrimination and to prevent and end violence against women.
The conference has been held since 1976, and its agenda includes discussions of domestic violence, child sexual abuse, trafficking and violence against the environment.
Its purpose is to discuss issues affecting women’s and girls’ rights in the world and to draw together nations, especially countries in the region, to combat global problems, including gender-based violence.
The meeting, to be held in Johannesburg, South Africa, will be followed by the launch of a report called “Gender Insecurity in Africa.”
The report was written by UNICEF and will be presented to U. N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.
The report will highlight the impact of gender inequality in developing countries and the impact on women and girls in the developing world, as well as highlighting the importance of gender equality for all people, said Jennifer Beaudry, senior researcher at UNICEf.
Beaudry said that while gender inequality is widespread and pervasive in Africa and the rest of the world, it is particularly acute in Africa.
“The reality is that we have a situation where women are not treated fairly in all aspects of their lives,” she said.
“It’s just not an option in Africa because of the way we are governed.”
The report’s findings echo those of the UNAIDS, a U.G. and World Bank-funded project which has identified over a billion women and children in need of assistance.
It found that women make up over one-third of the victims of domestic and sexual violence worldwide.
The most common form of gender-related violence in the U, which accounts for almost half of all reported rapes, is rape, which is committed by someone under the age of 18.
In the U., more than 60 percent of women experience physical, sexual and psychological violence in their lifetime.
The rate is even higher for those under the ages of 15.
Beaudy said the U’s report shows that the country has a problem with violence against girls, as women make less than men.
The country has one of the highest rates of violence against people with disabilities, as 80 percent of them are women, according the report.
More than one in three of them live in urban areas.
The report also found that girls are twice as likely to experience sexual assault than boys, who are almost twice as often.
Beudry said the report shows there are significant barriers that prevent girls from getting the help they need.
The issue is particularly high in rural areas where access to education and health services is limited.
“It’s very important that we understand the context in which these barriers exist, and we need to address these issues and make progress in addressing the challenges that girls face,” she told AP.
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) also released a report earlier this year that found that more than one-fourth of the women killed by husbands in 2017 in the United States were immigrants, the highest rate in the country.
It said the majority of the homicides happened in the border towns of Tijuana and San Diego.