Hillary Clinton’s team wants to remind voters that she is the only candidate with a proven history of fighting back against the “war on women” – so they released a political ad series titled, “The History of ‘Women’s Rights Are Human Rights.’”

The three part series commemorates the 20th anniversary of the United Nations 4th World Conference on Women in Beijing where Clinton first delivered her historic “Women’s Rights Are Human Rights” speech.

At the time, many disapproved of sending a representative from the United States, because of the host country’s poor track record on human rights.

The former First Lady defends her choice to attend the conference in her latest ad: “You don’t shy away from confronting human rights abuses and oppression – no matter who is telling you to stand down.”

According to a Quinnipiac University poll, two-thirds of women voters believe Clinton cares about the needs and problems of women. In comparison, Trump is polling at less than a quarter and Jeb Bush is at 43%.

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Watch Clinton’s full speech from the 1995 UN Women’s Conference below:

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