But Poland is strongly influenced by the conservative social views of the Catholic Church. The history of women on the territory of present-day Poland has many roots, and has been strongly influenced by Roman Catholicism in Poland. Feminism in Poland has a long history, and has traditionally been divided into seven periods, beginning arguably with the 18th century enlightenment , followed by first-wave feminism. Poland was among the first nations to grant women legal rights: women's suffrage was delivered in ,  after the country regained independence that year, following the year period of partition and foreign rule. In Poland made marital rape illegal.
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The Government of the United States fully meets the minimum standards for the elimination of trafficking. The government continued to demonstrate serious and sustained efforts during the reporting period; therefore the United States remained on Tier 1. These efforts included increasing the number of investigations, increasing the amount of funding for victim services, and increasing enforcement of the prohibition of imports made wholly or in part by forced labor. Although the government meets the minimum standards, it prosecuted fewer cases and secured convictions against fewer traffickers, issued fewer victims trafficking-specific immigration benefits, and did not adequately screen vulnerable populations for human trafficking indicators.
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Throughout the entire course of the occupation, the territory of Poland was divided between Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union USSR both of which intended to eradicate Poland's culture and subjugate its people. Sociologist Tadeusz Piotrowski argues that both occupying powers were hostile to the existence of Poland's sovereignty , people , and the culture and aimed to destroy them. After Germany and the Soviet Union had partitioned Poland in , most of the ethnically Polish territory ended up under the control of Germany, while the areas annexed by the Soviet Union contained ethnically diverse peoples, with the territory split into bilingual provinces, some of which had large ethnic Ukrainian and Belarusian minorities.