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Time for action : the way to a binding international treaty on violence against women Helen Rubenstein, Global Rights for Women and Laura Wilson

By: Rubenstein, Helen.
Contributor(s): Wilson, Laura.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Global Rights for Women, 2020Description: electronic document (53 pages) ; PDF file.Subject(s): Global Rights for Women | INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS | ADVOCACY | Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Violence against Women (CEDAW) | PREVENTION | VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN | INTERNATIONALOnline resources: Click here to access online | Summary Summary: This is the second of two articles by Global Rights for Women on the need for a new international treaty on violence against women. The first article, Time for a Change: The Need for a Binding International Treaty on Violence Against Women, (#7327) was published in November 2018. It focused on the inadequacy of existing legal frameworks to address violence against women. The substance of Time for a Change is summarized in Appendix 1 to this article. (From the document). Record #7328
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Published March 2020

This is the second of two articles by Global Rights for Women on the need for a new international treaty on violence against women. The first article, Time for a Change: The Need for a Binding International Treaty on Violence Against Women, (#7327) was published in November 2018. It focused on the inadequacy of existing legal frameworks to address violence against women. The substance of Time for a Change is
summarized in Appendix 1 to this article. (From the document). Record #7328

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