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Women and International Human Rights Law
Source:Chinese Women's Research Network | Release Date:2012-7-6
Title: Women and International Human Rights Law
Category: New Books
Author: Kelly D. Askin, Dorean M. Koenig, translated by Hu
ISBN: 978-7-108-03816-6
Press: SDX Joint Publishing Company
Publication date: April, 2012
Vector form items: 1020 pages
Series Name:
Keywords: women, International Human Rights Law
CLC: 11.03.90
For in-depth coverage of gender issues in human rights law, from theory and cultural practices to legal instruments and the case law of international tribunals, this three-volume work is without equal. This book offers trenchant analyses of problems and solutions, crimes and abuses, available recourses, areas of empowerment— the entire spectrum of women's rights. It emphasizes women's empowerment in a specific area and cultural context, including the Middle East, Eastern Europe, the United States, Palestine, Australia, and Africa.
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