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CEDAW, also known as the Women's Treaty and the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women, calls for the equal treatment of women everywhere with regards to domestic violence, maternal health, economic security, and human trafficking. While the United States has signed the treaty, it still has yet to ratify it.

The US needs to ratify CEDAW in order to continue the discussion of women's rights and equality in an international forum. Sign the petition asking Congress to do the right thing for women around the world and ratify the Women's Treaty.

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Dear Congress,

As a passionate advocate for women's rights, I urge you to ratify the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women treaty. While it was signed by Jimmy Carter in 1980, it still has yet to be ratified by the US.

CEDAW outlines core principles with regards to human rights, specifically those of women around the world. It's a well-known fact that while American women for the most part enjoy total equality, women from other countries aren't as fortunate. Many women still face domestic violence, lack of education and opportunities, oppression, and discrimination.

As an international leader in the pursuit of equal human rights, the US needs to set the example for the rest of the world. Ratification requires two-thirds of the Senate to vote in favor of it. Please see that you and your colleagues vote to help women everywhere achieve equality.

Thank you for your time.

Petition Signatures


Sep 21, 2017 Amanda Vermillion
Sep 17, 2017 PJ Chambers
Sep 14, 2017 Lauri Moon
Sep 12, 2017 tammy bullock
Sep 4, 2017 Trudy Murray
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Sep 4, 2017 Sheila Ward
Sep 3, 2017 Janet Magdaleno
Sep 2, 2017 Lonnie Ward
Sep 2, 2017 Isabela Calin
Sep 1, 2017 Maria R. Gomez
Aug 29, 2017 Suzanne Vaughan
Aug 28, 2017 Lee Ann Edwards
Aug 28, 2017 Annita Mason
Aug 25, 2017 Alanna Reuben
Aug 24, 2017 THERESE HABIF
Aug 23, 2017 Sheila Massoni
Aug 23, 2017 Katrina Shawley
Aug 23, 2017 Diane M McCoy
Aug 22, 2017 Inês Correia
Aug 21, 2017 Fiona Wright
Aug 18, 2017 Dorothy Henry
Aug 17, 2017 Arleen Barber
Aug 15, 2017 R vanstrien
Aug 14, 2017 John Horn
Aug 11, 2017 Melissa Bird
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Aug 7, 2017 AniMae Chi
Aug 7, 2017 Karen Kersten-Chestney
Aug 7, 2017 Robin Shepard
Aug 7, 2017 Kim Hanke
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Aug 6, 2017 Benny Rees
Aug 2, 2017 Juliet Castille Stop all forms of female discrimination!
Aug 2, 2017 Audrey Morgan
Aug 1, 2017 Roseann Maziarek
Aug 1, 2017 Marlo Stevenson
Jul 31, 2017 Susan Barnard
Jul 28, 2017 William Tarbox
Jul 28, 2017 Celia saunders
Jul 27, 2017 Rilla Heslin
Jul 27, 2017 Angela Hembroff
Jul 27, 2017 Catheryn Sproull
Jul 26, 2017 Patricia Kreger
Jul 25, 2017 josilda josilda
Jul 25, 2017 Patti Mealy
Jul 25, 2017 Veronica Robertie
Jul 23, 2017 April Kinsella
Jul 19, 2017 Fern Swecker
Jul 16, 2017 Kate Pruden

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