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'Women and Poverty: A Human Rights Approach' – Days 2 & 3

'Women and Poverty: A Human Rights Approach' – Days 2 & 3

Day two and three of 'Women and Poverty: A Human Rights Approach' continued to build upon the success of day one. ...
‘Women and Poverty: A Human Rights Approach’ – Days 2 & 3

‘Women and Poverty: A Human Rights Approach’ – Days 2 & 3

Day two and three of 'Women and Poverty: A Human Rights Approach' continued to build upon the success of day one. ...
'Women and Poverty: A Human Rights Approach' (28-30 April 2014, Kigali, Rwanda)

'Women and Poverty: A Human Rights Approach' (28-30 April 2014, Kigali, Rwanda)

The Oxford Human Rights Hub was pleased to host a major global conference on 'Women and Poverty: A Human Rights ...
‘Women and Poverty: A Human Rights Approach’ (28-30 April 2014, Kigali, Rwanda)

‘Women and Poverty: A Human Rights Approach’ (28-30 April 2014, Kigali, Rwanda)

The Oxford Human Rights Hub was pleased to host a major global conference on 'Women and Poverty: A Human Rights ...
SAJAP Receives Grant Support from the World Justice Project

SAJAP Receives Grant Support from the World Justice Project

The Southern African Judicial Assistance Project (SAJAP) between the Oxford Pro Bono Publico (OPBP), University of ...
Inspiring Change Through Law for International Women’s Day

Inspiring Change Through Law for International Women’s Day

March 8th is International Women’s Day, formally observed by the United Nations in recognition of the fact that ...
Mmusi Ruling a Watershed Moment for Gender and Customary Law in Botswana and Beyond

Mmusi Ruling a Watershed Moment for Gender and Customary Law in Botswana and Beyond

On September 3rd, the Court of Appeal in Botswana decided that Edith Mmusi’s parents’ home belonged to her and her ...
Equal Inheritance Rights for Women in Botswana

Equal Inheritance Rights for Women in Botswana

  The latest decision of the Botswana High Court on inheritance rights in Edith Mmusi v Ramantele is a ...

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