Women's rights after the Taliban
- AND NOW IT'S BACKLASH TIME. Gandy, Winifred C. // Ladder;Apr/May71, Vol. 15 Issue 7/8, p15
In this article, the author discusses the rights of women and lesbians. She comments on the engagement of social movements, the right to vote, and the freedom to have a successful career.
- U.N. CEDAW PANEL PRAISED NEW ZEALAND'S GOVERNMENT AND LAWS. // Women's International Network News;Autumn2003, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p5
Reports on the commendation of the efforts of the New Zealand government to advocate women's rights by the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW). Areas that need to be improved in women's liberation.
- WOMEN, NATIONALITY AND CITIZENSHIP: WOMEN 2000 AND BEYOND. // Women's International Network News;Autumn2003, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p9
Presents an overview of several sections of "Women 2000 and Beyond," a publication of the United Nations Division for the Advancement of Women. Consideration of discrimination against women in nationality laws; Arguments presented regarding the sovereign right of states to devise their own...
- women, rights of. Mason, Mike // Globalization & Development: A Glossary;2005, p147
An encyclopedia entry for "rights of women" is presented. the codification of the rights of women can be found in the 1952 United Nations Convention on the Political Rights of Women and the 1979 Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women.
- Las Reservas a la Convenci�n sobre la eliminaci�n de todas las formas de discriminaci�n contra la mujer. Borges, Sudis Mar�a Vel�zquez // Revista de la Facultad de Derecho y Ciencias Pol�ticas;2011, Issue 115, p427
The article entitled "The Reserves to the Convention about the Elimination of All Ways of Discrimination against Women" makes an outline about the juridical institution of the reserves, centering its analysis in the adoption of incompatible reserves with the object and purpose for this...
- TRANSNATIONAL LAW AS A DOMESTIC RESOURCE: THOUGHTS ON THE CASE OF WOMEN'S RIGHTS. Schneider, Elizabeth M. // New England Law Review;Spring2004, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p689
Explores the use of transnational law as a resource for U.S. women's rights activists. Transnational legal sources in U.S. courts; Transnational sources and the U.S. women's rights movement; Features of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women campaign.
- Is Wisconsin Equal Rights Law Proving Beneficial To Women? Con. Tuner, Jennie McMullin; Hochstein, Irma // Congressional Digest;Mar1924, Vol. 3 Issue 6, p205
This article presents the views of the author on benefits of equal rights law for women in the U.S. The Wisconsin equal rights law is one of the most flagrant offenses on record. It amends presumably many sections of the statues. The women who worked for passage of this law did not get what they...
- The Challenges And Prospects Effective Participation Of Women In Nigerian Politics. Edigin, Lambert Uyi; Omoro, Joseph Oke // Ethics & Critical Thinking Journal;2010, Vol. 2010 Issue 2, p31
In spite of the Beijing Conference with its attendant affirmative action resolution on women's active participation in national life, the percentage rise over the years of our women in active politics appointed positions into levels of decision making is at best token and minimal compared to our...
- The history and memory of discrimination in the domain of French nationality: The case of Jews and Algerian Muslims. Weil, Patrick // HAGAR: Studies in Culture, Polity & Identities;2005, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p49
Since the Republican Regime was definitively installed in France (1875,),four categories of French nationals have been subject to discrimination inscribed in nationality law: French women who married foreigners, Algerian Muslims, naturalized citizens and Jews, Although the Republic recognized...