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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
In October 2011 – The Musawah Thematic Report on Kuwait and Oman was submitted to the CEDAW Committee for review at its 50th Session.This is the Oral Statement on Kuwait delivered at the 50th
In October 2011 – The Musawah Thematic Report on Kuwait and Oman was submitted to the CEDAW Committee for review at its 50th Session. This report takes a critical look at marriage and family
‘Policy Brief 1: Why Muslim Family Law Reform? Why Now?’ outlines 10 fundamental facts to make the case for the reform of Muslim Family Laws, especially since resistance to reform is based on religious
ورقة سياسات رقم 1: ” ما الذي يجعل مطلب إصلاح قوانين الأسرة ضروريًا، ولماذا الآن؟”   غالبًا ما تصطدم دعاوى إصلاح قوانين الأسرة في المجتمعات المسلمة بعدة طروح، ينبثق معظمها من منطلقات دينية. ولكننا
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
Musawah is tracking positive developments in Muslim family laws globally. Each country table contains an overview of legislative frameworks, available case law, policies, procedures and practices in the 12 principal areas of concern relating
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