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This article appeared in the “Sexuality Policy Watch Newsletter”.

Click to read: Is the UPR achieving (what it demanded/expected) for women on sexuality issues in India? By Madhu Mehra, Director of Partners for Law in Development

Is the UPR achieving (what it demanded/expected) for women on sexuality issues in India?

This article appeared in the “Sexuality Policy Watch Newsletter”. Click to read: Is the UPR achieving (what it demanded/expected) for women on sexuality issues in India? By Madhu Mehra, Director of Partners for Law in Development

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The Op-Cedaw: Not a Big, Bad Wolf But an Indispensible Guide Dog

It is worth probing why only 104 of the 186 state parties to CEDAW have ratified the Optional Protocol (OP-CEDAW). What holds state parties committed to implementing the substantive obligations of CEDAW back from embracing additional mechanisms of redress that advance women’s equality? The communications procedure for individual complaints to CEDAW, and the inquiry mechanism […]

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