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There are many injustices going around the world Some are based on rights laws and whats forbidden and what is not An injustice that I see in the world today is the bigoted treatment with women One of the most mutual injustices seen today is domestic violence impacting women all around the world In many countries there are laws to protect them but in other countries women dont still have the right to say anything S they stay quite which causes a lot of problem Out of the millions of women seventy percent of the women are in susceptible jobs Unpaid work for family businesses domestic work or even self-employment is some of the jobs they have work inEven though some countries are trying to endorse pay laws women are still being paid ten to thirty percent less than what the men are being paid around the world In more than one third of the country women are not allowed to work in the same industry as men In addition in some countries women do not have the same legal rights as men do They are being discriminated because of who they are An example woman in Saudi Arabia cant drive to any place without a man with them Lastly many women are also plastering social harassments in particular parts of the world I clearly think that this is an injustice because women should have the same rights as men They should be treated equally as men and they should not be discriminated because of who they are Also in some places men think that women cannot do the things that they can do I would like to tell those men that women are equally good as they are Sometimes women are better than men and they can overpower men Plus women do all the work the men just provide food and place to liveI think this can be improved in many ways First of
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