Bibliography, etc. Note
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Formatted Contents Note
Introduction /Meena Shivdas and Sarah Coleman Thoughts on the UN convention on the elimination of all forms of discrimination against women (CEDAW) /Christine Chinkin Convention on the elimination of all forms of discrimination against women (CEDAW) and realisation of rights : reflections on standard settings and culture /Indira Jaising Culture, religion and gender : an overview /Frances Raday Domestication of CEDAW : points to consider for customary laws and practices /C.C. Nweze Gender, culture and the law : the South African experience /Mokgadi Lucy Mailula Scope of regional instruments : a perspective on the Southern and East African region /Gladys M. Nhekairo Mutukwa Last but not least : CEDAW and family law /Cassandra Balchin Gender analysis of child support in the Caribbean : legal, socio-economic and cultural issues for consideration /Roberta Clarke, Tracey Robinson and Jacquline Sealy-Burke Women's dignity and rights : situating Pacific experiences /Mere Pulea Promoting the human rights of women and girls through developing human rights jurisprudence and advancing the domestication of international human rights standards Realising human rights in national jurisdictions CEDAW and the committee : personal reflections /Savitri Goonesekera CEDAW : reflections on the framework in the context of culture /Farida Shaheed Reflections on CEDAW /Radhika Coomaraswamy Endnote /Meena Shivdas and Sarah Coleman.
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