Working Paper Series

  • 2 Introduction

    Marta Rodriguez de Assis Machado and Catarina Helena Cortada Barbieri , Vol 2

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  • 2 Engulfed in the Family: Women in the Colombia Development State Between 1966 and 1990

    Helena Alviar Garcia, Universidad de Los Andes, Working Paper Series Vol 2, No 1

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  • 2 Challenges to the Implementation of the Maria de Penha Law

    Carmen Hein de Campos, Pública da Universidade Vila Velha Working Paper Vol. 2, No. 2

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  • 2 CEDAW and Women’s Intersecting Identities: A Pioneering Approach to Intersectional Discrimination

    Meghan Campbell, Oxford University Working Paper Vol. 2, No. 3

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  • 2 Research Experiences in Prison

    Debora Diniz, Universidade de Brasília Working Paper Vol. 2, No. 4

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  • 2 Claiming and Defending Abortion Rights in South Africa

    Cathi Albertyn, University of Witswatersrand Working Paper Vol. 2, No. 5

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  • 2 The Public Defender’s Office and the Recognition of Difference: Potentialities and Challenges of its Institutional Practice in Sao Paulo

    Vanessa Alves Viera and Clio Nudel Radomysler Working Paper Vol. 2, No. 6

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  • 2 The Brazilian Jurisprudence About Motherhood in Prison

    Luciana Simas, Miriam Ventura, Michelly Ribeiro Baptista and Bernard Larouzé Working Paper Vol. 2, No.7

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  • 2 Between the Sovereignty of the Law and the Floor of the Prison: Incarcerated Maternity

    Ana Gabriela Mendes Braga, Universidade Esadual Paulista Working Paper Vol 2., No.8

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  • 1 Women and Poverty in Rwanda: The Role of Courts and Policy

    Chief Justice of Rwanda Sam Rugege, Working Paper Series Vol 1, No 1

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  • 1 Women and Poverty: A Human Rights Approach

    Sandra Fredman, Rhodes Professor of Law, Oxford University, Working Paper Series Vol 1, No 2

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  • 1 Gender at Work in Africa: Legal Constraints and Opportunities for Reform

    Jeni Klugman, Kennedy School, Harvard University and Sarah Twigg, Consultant IFC, Working Paper Series Vol 1, No 3

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  • 1 Unlocking the Barriers: Making the EAC Regime Beneficial to Female Migrant Workers

    Juliana Masabo, University of Dar es Salaam, Working Paper Series Vol 1, No 4

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  • 1 The Promise and the Reality: Women's Rights in Rwanda

    Pamela Abbott, University of Aberdeen and Dixon Malunda, Institute of Policy and Analysis Rwanda, Working Paper Series Vol 1, No 5

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  • 1 Customary Law Inheritance: Lessons Learnt from Ramantele v Mmusi and Others

    Tabeth Masengu, University of Cape Town, Working Paper Series Vol 1, No 6

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