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S.Res.392 - 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 Senate's commitment to: (1) end discrimination and increase the participation of women in decision-making positions in government and in the private sector; (2) end and prevent violence against women; (3) pursue

Official Summary

Designates March 8, 2006, as International Women's Day. Reaffirms the Senate's commitment to:
(1) end discrimination and increase the participation of women in decision-making positions in government and in the private sector;
(2) end and prevent violence against women;
(3) pursue policies that guarantee the basic rights of women in the United States and around the world;
(4) improve access to quality health care for women;
(5) protect the human rights of women and girls during and after conflict and to support the integration of gender perspectives in peacekeeping missions and post conflict processes; and
(6) end the trafficking of women and girls.

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