Rebecca J. Cook and the contributors to this volume seek to
analyze how international human rights law applies specifically to
women in various cultures worldwide, and to develop strategies to
promote equitable application of human rights law at the
international, regional, and domestic levels. Their essays present
a compelling mixture of reports and case studies from various
regions in the world, combined with scholarly assessments of
international law as these rights specifically apply to women.
Subjects: Political Science
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