Ch. 1.Women's Status and CEDAW Ch. 2.Equality Doctrines and Gender Discrimination: The Evolving Jurisprudence of the UN Human Rights Committee and the U.S. Supreme Court Ch. 3.Interrelationship of the ICCPR and the ICESCR; and the Human Rights Committee's Evolving Equal Protection Doctrine Ch. 4.Conflicting Human Rights Under International Law: Freedom of Religion Versus Women's Equality Rights Ch. 5.Enforcing Women's International Human Rights Under Regional Treaties: The American Convention on Human Rights and the African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights Ch. 6.Enforcing Women's International Human Rights Under Regional Treaties: The [European] Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms Ch. 7.Economic Empowerment and Employment Discrimination: Europe and the United States Compared Ch. 8.Special Treatment Versus Equal Treatment Debate Ch. 9.CEDAW in Practice Ch. 10.Enforcing Women's International Rights at Home: International Law in Domestic Courts Ch. 11.Strategies to Combat Domestic Violence Ch. 12.Strategies for Ending Female Genital Mutilation and Footbinding: Western Imperialism or Women's Human Rights? Ch. 13.Gender and Polygyny - Religion, Culture, and Equality in Marriage Ch. 14.Women's Reproductive Rights.
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Print version: Ross, Susan Deller. Women's human rights. Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press,  xxxi, 665 pages ; 26 cm. Pennsylvania studies in human rights