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A Thematic Guide to Documents on the Human Rights of Women

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ISBN13: 9789041100948
ISBN: 9041100946
Published: June 1997
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



As the term `guide' implies, the series intends to facilitate orientation in international human rights standards by presenting the content of substantive standards. The guides map out the range of human rights and fundamental freedoms as they relate to specific categories of beneficiaries. In all areas, those who are professionally involved in human rights activities need guidance to substantive standards, which are neither widely known nor readily accessible.;Part one groups the relevant provisions from different instruments according to specific rights and freedoms. Part two supplies a chronological list of all the instruments that have been excerpted in Part one, enabling the user to locate the entire document if wished. Part three contains an extensive index of all relevant provisions.

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Contents:
1. Main Policy Documents.
2. Main Global Human Rights Instruments.
3. Elimination of Gender Discrimination.
4. Political Participation.
5. Development.
6. Environment.
7. Right to Food.
8. Labour Rights.
9. Social Rights.
10. Right to Marry.
11. Right to Found a Family.
12. Protection of Motherhood.
13. Right to Health.
14. Girl Child.
15. Right to Education.
16. Freedom of Information and Mass Media.
17. Slavery, Trafficking and Prostituion.
18. Traditional Practices.
19. Violence Against Women.
20. Women with Disabilities.
21. Administration of Justice.
22. Humanitarian Law.
23. Refugee Women.