Putting it to Good Use: The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and Women’s Right to Reproductive HealthPutting it to Good Use: The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and Women’s Right to Reproductive Health
Citation: Bogecho, D, ‘Putting it to Good Use: The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and Women’s Right to Reproductive Health’, 2004
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Women in Political and Public LifeWomen in Political and Public Life
Global Report for the Working Group on the issue of discrimination against women in law and in practice
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The Prosperity of Humankind 1 Universal House of Justice letter of 23 January 1995The Prosperity of Humankind 1 Universal House of Justice letter of 23 January 1995
The Bahá’ís around the world are, of course, heartened by such hopeful trends and will continue increasingly to lend moral and practical support to them as opportunities allow
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Materials: Flipchart and flipchart stand/chalkboard, markersMaterials: Flipchart and flipchart stand/chalkboard, markers
Target Audience: can be used for awareness-raising with various audiences/participants
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Representation of women: Questions of accountabilityRepresentation of women: Questions of accountability
This paper explores the strategies available for moving the issue of representation beyond numbers to accountability, drawing on evidence from Australia and a number of other countries
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Based on the Gelber Prize winning book by Donovan Webster, this insightful film reveals the twentieth century as the most violent in all of human history, with a death toll of more than one hundred million
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Office of the high commissioner for human rightsOffice of the high commissioner for human rights
United Nations, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women and other international human rights instruments
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Paper prepared for presentation at the 12th Biennial Conference of Europeanists, Chicago, 30 March-2 April 2000. Revised version to appear in the Journal of European Public Policy, Vol. 7, N
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Despite these grave risks, its practitioners look on it as an integral part of their cultural and ethnic identity, and some perceive it as a religious obligation
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Baku International Model United Nations 2016Baku International Model United Nations 2016
Families who live in poverty are much more vulnerable to infections especially in infancy, raising a child with disabilities will certainly cost more therefore creating an endless cycle of poverty
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Towards Earth Summit 2002 Social Briefing Paper. NTowards Earth Summit 2002 Social Briefing Paper. N
Un agencies and Intergovernmental Bodies working on women / gender & sustainable development issues: by institutions; by issues
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Globalization, Religion, and Gender: the Politics of Women’s Rights in Catholic and Muslim Contexts, co-editor and contributor with Jane Bayes
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