Slavery refers to a condition in which individuals are owned by others who control the general conditions of their lives, including where they live, what they eat, their work, movements, etc. Slavery has been in existence throughout history, spreading through almost every culture, nationality and religion, from ancient times to the present day. Slave trade is one of the social phenomena in history that is associated with the cruellest and dehumanizing treatments. Since the enslaved people are nothing less than properties in the custody of their masters, they are treated in the most bizarre manners that have no human consideration attached.
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Women are also often blamed for infertility, suffering ostracism and being subjected various human rights violations as a result. Human rights standards in this area are summarized in the OHCHR information series on sexual and reproductive health and rights. Background paper - role of the Judiciary in addressing stereotypes in sexual and reproductive health and rights cases English Spanish. Consolidated guideline on sexual and reproductive health and rights of women living with HIV Translating community research into global policy reform for national action - A checklist for community engagement to implement the WHO Consolidated guideline on sexual and reproductive health and rights of women living with HIV
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They wear no veils, often don sleeveless dresses and behave directly toward men, rather than submissively. This ritual clitoridectomy, the removal of the clitoris, greatly reduces a woman's sexual pleasure and is sometimes combined with infibulation, stitching up the vulva until marriage to prevent penetration. Those paragraphs jolted me -- not because I did not know that genital mutilation was committed on women and girls in Africa and the Middle East but because I did know. For almost a year I had been planning to write a column about it but kept putting it aside in favor of something that struck my fancy as more "newsworthy" or "important" than the genital mutilation of tens of millions of people in dozens of countries. That is exactly what most of the world has been doing about the most widespread abuse of human rights and the human body in the world.
Between million and million women and girls are thought to be living with the consequences of female genital mutilation, according to the World Health Organisation. FGM is defined by the WHO as "all procedures that involve partial or total removal of the external female genitalia, or other injury to the female genital organs for non-medical reasons". It is recognised as a violation of the human rights of women and girls.