S.Res.393 - A resolution designating March 8, 2006, as "International Women's Day".

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Official Summary

Designates March 8, 2006, as International Women's Day. Reaffirms the commitment of the Senate to: (1) improve access to quality health care; (2) end and prevent violence against women, including the trafficking of women and girls, and ensure that the criminals who engage in those acti

Official Summary

Designates March 8, 2006, as International Women's Day. Reaffirms the commitment of the Senate to:
(1) improve access to quality health care;
(2) end and prevent violence against women, including the trafficking of women and girls, and ensure that the criminals who engage in those activities are brought to justice;
(3) end discrimination and increase participation of women in decision-making positions in the government and private sectors;
(4) extend full economic opportunities to women, including access to microfinance and microenterprise; and
(5) strengthen the role of women as agents of peace.

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