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1 Feb

Analysing the British Criminal Justice System from a Women’s Rights Perspective

Violence against women is a widespread and unpunished human rights violation, with one woman killed by a man every three days in the UK. The UK’s legal and criminal justice […]


21 Aug

Child Early and Forced Marriage as Woman’s Rights Violation: A Common Reality in Niger, Bangladesh and the Dominican Republic

Despite global efforts to reduce Child, Early, and Forced Marriage (CEFM), its eradication by 2030 remains unlikely due to economic challenges, gender stereotypes, and patriarchal norms. Progress towards ending CEFM […]


1 Apr

Online Gender Based Violence: Implications, Developments and the Legal Framework

The report delves into the pressing issue of online gender-based violence (OGBV), highlighting its various forms, such as cyberstalking and harassment, and its impact on women’s safety and participation in […]


30 Nov

The Interview of Nazley Sharif South Africa’s Shadow Deputy Minister of Women Youth and Persons with Disabilities

It aims to spotlight overlooked violations and advancements in women’s rights globally, recognizing these issues as transnational and universal. Gender-based violence and femicide, identified as a global pandemic affecting one […]


14 Apr

Gender Based Violence in Cuidad Juárez, Mexico

Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, is a dangerous city plagued by drug trafficking, violence, and corruption. The Cotton Field Case, a 2009 incident, serves as a symbol of the Inter-American Court of […]


1 Nov

Gender Equality in Canada

Gender equality is a fundamental right in many nations, aiming to create a peaceful, prosperous, and sustainable world. It includes equal rights, responsibilities, and opportunities for all genders, including the […]