United States and India: Two of the world’s worst countries for women? | FACTUAL FEMINIST

In June 2018, the Thomson Reuters Foundation published the results of a poll identifying “the world’s most dangerous countries for women.” Despite several organizations offering plenty of statistics to the contrary, India was declared the most dangerous country for women, while the United States placed tenth. AEI’s Christina Hoff Sommers breaks down the hard numbers to identify if this poll is based on fact or opinion.

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Sources
Thomson Reuters – The World’s Most Dangerous Countries for Women https://goo.gl/2tmx8D
USA Today article https://goo.gl/eygbs9
CBS News article https://goo.gl/stKjPX
Newsweek article https://goo.gl/ad99kF
CNN article https://goo.gl/dR1BDJ
Fortune article https://goo.gl/ksnRks
NPR article https://goo.gl/ZbVSwT
Trafficking in Persons Report – June 2017 https://goo.gl/4fPKmS
World Health Organization report https://goo.gl/ZvecdA
NDTV interview https://goo.gl/iKnmXf

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Christina Hoff Sommers

Christina Hoff Sommers is a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), where she studies the politics of gender and feminism, as well as free expression, due process, and the preservation of liberty in the academy. Before joining AEI, Dr. Sommers was a philosophy professor at Clark University.