How we are Seeking Justice for women
Across the world, the women’s movement has used the law in its efforts to confront gender-based violence and discrimination. Since the Beijing Platform for Action was adopted in 1995, front line women’s rights activists have actively and consistently called for the enactment and implementation of laws and policies that guarantee women equality and prohibit gender-based violence and discrimination. The law is a critical component of social justice. We currently support four front line partners who focus on strengthening and/or implementing laws to protect women’s rights in Afghanistan, Nepal, Palestine and Peru.
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countries that have laws that explicitly discriminate against women.
women and girls are affected in multiple ways by discriminatory laws and the lack of legal protections
countries guarantee women full equality in laws affecting women’s economic opportunities.
“There is still a big gap in realizing this right in practice. To bridge the gap it is extremely essential to monitor whether the laws are being transformed into practice or not.”
| Sapana Pradhan Malla, Activist and Nepal Supreme Court Judge
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