Iraq: The status of women in Iraq: an assessment of Iraq’s de jure and de facto compliance with international legal standards
Source:American Bar Association - Iraq Legal Development Project
The Assessment covers thematic categories: political participation, civil society and women in decision making; violence against women and the right to personal security; labor and economic rights; family and marriage; nationality; health; and education.
Submitted on Thu, 09/07/2006 - 23:00
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