Family Law in Bahrain
This report from Bahrain Center for Human Rights covers the state of family law and its implications for women in Bahrain.
The report includes insight into the following areas:
- Overview of Family Law in Bahrain
- Divorce Rights, Guardianship and Custody Rights
- Child Visitation Rights
- Inheritance Rights
- Protection from Gender-based VIolence
- Rape and Domestic Violence
- Sexual Harassment
- Nationality Rights
- Human Trafficking
- Honour Crimes
- Judicial System
To view the full report, please download the pdf.
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