One Hundred Steps: Codification of Family and Personal Status Laws in the Maghreb
Publication Author:Collectif Maghreb Egalité
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Languages available:English, French
Outlines proposed egalitarian family and personal status laws in the Maghreb and presents a synthesis of thematic reports jointly produced by a number of researchers from Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia.
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