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For the upcoming 68th CEDAW Session that will take place from 23 October to 17 November 2017, Musawah has submitted thematic reports on Article 16 (marriage and family) for Singapore, Kenya, Kuwait and Oman.

 

A look at the lives of women in Muslim families today and their struggle for justice and equality.

Baraza! is the bulletin of Sisters in Islam (SIS), a Malaysian women's non-profit organisation. SIS works towards empowering the voices of Muslim women through legal advocacy, public education, research and communication. Musawah, the global movement for equality and justice in the Muslim family was initiated by SIS in February 2009.
 
This special issue of Baraza! is content-rich, but provides a succinct overview of Musawah, its constituencies and collective achievements. The movement is catching!

This report documents the trends identified in the Musawah research project on the Convention on the Elimination of All Kinds of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW), which examined States parties' justifications their failure to implement CEDAW with regard to family laws and pratices that discri

This is a set of theoretical papers to provide support for Musawah's declaration that equality is necessary and possible in Muslim families today. 

From the Introduction, by Zainah Anwar

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For the upcoming 68th CEDAW Session that will take place from 23 October to 17 November 2017, Musawah has submitted thematic reports on Article 16 (marriage and family) for Singapore, Kenya, Kuwait and Oman.

 

A look at the lives of women in Muslim families today and their struggle for justice and equality.

Baraza! is the bulletin of Sisters in Islam (SIS), a Malaysian women's non-profit organisation. SIS works towards empowering the voices of Muslim women through legal advocacy, public education, research and communication. Musawah, the global movement for equality and justice in the Muslim family was initiated by SIS in February 2009.
 
This special issue of Baraza! is content-rich, but provides a succinct overview of Musawah, its constituencies and collective achievements. The movement is catching!

This report documents the trends identified in the Musawah research project on the Convention on the Elimination of All Kinds of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW), which examined States parties' justifications their failure to implement CEDAW with regard to family laws and pratices that discri

This is a set of theoretical papers to provide support for Musawah's declaration that equality is necessary and possible in Muslim families today. 

From the Introduction, by Zainah Anwar

Pages