A team of human right experts from the United Kingdom, Poland and Costa Rica spent their 10 day of this month touring US to prepare a report on the overall treatment of women in the United State.
The three women visited a number of states including Alabama, Texas and Oregon to evaluate U.S government policies and attitude as well as health, school and prison school.
The delegate were surprised by the lack of gender equality in US.
NJ discrimination lawyers observed that the Delegates considered U.S to be lagging for behind international human rights standards in a number areas such as maternity leave, affordable child care, 23% salary gap and the treatment of female migrants in detention centers.
“It’s a kind of terrorism,” added Eleonora Zielinska, the delegate from Poland. “To us, it was shocking.”