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This paper is intended to better understand the gendered impacts of COVID-19, specifically how COVID-19 interacts with discriminatory Muslim family laws and the challenges faced by Muslim women who are subject to those laws.
The “Comparative Legal Review of the Impact of Muslim Family Laws on Women Across Commonwealth Asia and Africa” report, commissioned by Sisters For Change and authored by Musawah, provides a comprehensive legal review of
قة المستجدات الإيجابية فى قوانين الأسرة المسلمة ترصد حركة مساواة فى هذه الورقة المستجدات الإيجابية فى قوانين الأسرة المسلمة على مستوى العالم. تستعرض الورقة من خلال الجداول التى تركز كل منها على بلد معين
Knowledge Building Brief #4: CEDAW and Muslim Family Laws argues that full implementation of CEDAW is possible in Muslim contexts, despite some arguments from non-compliant governments. This brief explains how the Convention can become
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Knowledge Building Brief #4: CEDAW and Muslim Family Laws argues that full implementation of CEDAW is possible in Muslim contexts, despite some arguments from non-compliant governments. This brief explains how the Convention can become
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Knowledge Building Brief #4: CEDAW and Muslim Family Laws argues that full implementation of CEDAW is possible in Muslim contexts, despite some arguments from non-compliant governments. This brief explains how the Convention can become
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Knowledge Building Brief #3: Islam and the Question of Gender Equality discusses the relationship between Islam and gender equality. Because notions of gender and rights found in classical fiqh (jurisprudence) were socially constructed for that
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Knowledge Building Brief #3: Islam and the Question of Gender Equality discusses the relationship between Islam and gender equality. Because notions of gender and rights found in classical fiqh (jurisprudence) were socially constructed for that
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Knowledge Building Brief #3: Islam and the Question of Gender Equality discusses the relationship between Islam and gender equality. Because notions of gender and rights found in classical fiqh (jurisprudence) were socially constructed for that
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