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|Other titles||Activist strategies from Muslim communities|
|Statement||by Jan Bauer and Anissa Hélie.|
|Contributions||Hélie, Anissa., Rights & Democracy (Association), Women Living Under Muslim Laws (Organization)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||171 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||171|
|LC Control Number||2006404246|
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It is increasingly recognized that human rights law has to address the challenge posed by non-state actors. This chapter starts with a reflection on how the term ‘non-state actor’ is used and Author: Andrew Clapham. Early human rights law enacted by the United Nations did not specially mention violence against women, although they are still relevant. In , the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly.  Although this document was not originally binding on member states, it has received such wide acceptance as an outline of foundational human.
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6 Documenting Women’s Rights Violations by Non-state Actors Documenting Women’s Rights Violations by Non-state Actors 7 the determination not to shift the emphasis away from the responsibility of the State to ensure the well-being of all persons living within the territory over which it exercised jurisdiction.
Get this from a library. Documenting women's rights violations by non-state actors: activist strategies from Muslim communities.
[Jan Bauer; Anissa Hélie; Rights & Democracy (Association); Women Living Under Muslim Laws (Organization)]. In it, we examine the nature of violations perpetrated by non-state actors and focus on how activists should document and campaign to address violence committed against women by non-state actors.
Although women everywhere are subject to this type of human rights violation, the global scope of the issue is better understood through examples. Violence against women is always a crime, but some legal systems either fail to recognize this or fail to adequately deal with it.
Such failures are violations of women’s human rights. These failures are particularly evident in acts of violence against women that are committed not by State agents, but by non-state actors.
peuvent documenter les violations et intervenir pour contrer la violence perpétrée contre les femmes par des acteurs non étatiques. Même si les femmes sont partout exposées à ce type de violations des droits humains, nous nous basons sur des exemples tirés des expériences et des campagnes menées.
punishing and redressing violations of these rights committed by non-State actors in the private sphere. The now considerable corpus of ground-breaking jurisprudence shows how one single court decision on an individual case can advance women’s rights for an entire society. Positive change in particular areas can have a domino Size: 2MB.
For some extending human rights into these spheres trivializes them and allows abusive governments to distract us from ongoing violations. For others such an extension is essential if human rights are properly to address the current concerns of women and workers.
The main focus of the book, however, is on the legal obligations of non-state : Andrew Clapham. The final Chapter turns to the examination of the mechanisms that can be used to respond to or prevent non-state violations of human rights law. This book is based on the idea that the protagonists of human rights law are individuals, who deserve protection from all abusers, be them States, armed groups, international organizations, or other Author: Nicolas Carrillo-Santarelli.
6 6 The position of women in the labour market in the La Strada countries 67 The transition process 68 Unemployment of women 69 No equal pay for equal work 71 Violation of rights in the labour market 73 Double ‘burden’ for working women 75 Feminisation of poverty 76 Conclusion 79 7 The position of women in the migration process 82File Size: KB.
4 WOMEN’S RiGHTS ARE HUMAN RiGHTS of the term “all men” rather than a gender-neutral term.1 The Declaration was eventually adopted using the terms “all human beings” and “everyone” in order to leave no doubt that the Universal Declaration was intended for everyone, men and women alike.
iNTERNATiONAL HUMAN RiGHTS iNSTRUMENTS. States have tended to adopt a passive attitude when confronted by cases of violations of women’s rights by private actors.
Most laws fail to protect victims or to punish perpetrators. Passing laws to criminalize violence against women is an important way to redefine the limits of acceptable behaviour.
forms of discrimination, acknowledged violence against women as a human rights violation, and placed emphasis on women and children as rights holders.
Norms are also being developed to hold non-State actors accountable for violations of the rights of women and children. The paperFile Size: KB.
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Historically, states have assumed responsibility for human rights violations only when state agents or officials were the perpetrators. Indeed, certain forms of violence against women by state agents have been acknowledged as torture.
However, women more often face abuse from non-state actors File Size: KB. It is worth mentioning that the scope of this study is limited to the issue of violations and protection of women's rights during the armed conflict and thus will not thoroughly examine women's role as combatants and peacekeepers or issues of gender mainstreaming in the army.
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Further, the state is also responsible for its failure to exercise due diligence to prevent and protect women against violations of their human rights by non-state actors – the men using the apps and again, potentially, Google.
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homes and displaced in their own countries as a result of conflict or human rights violations. In addition, natural disasters caused the displacement of 36 million persons worldwide in IDPs are also the responsibility of non-State actors.
contributions that make the value of the final document. This chapter explores the tensions arising in these contexts and assesses the strategies used by human rights actors, namely documentation, human rights reporting, advocacy, awareness-raising, training and education and, where relevant, litigation (which is considered in more detail in chapters 7 and 13).
Promotion of Women Empowerment and Rights (POWER) Project Proposal by Mutual Relief and Liberty Organization Page 2 of 11 Executive Summary The proposed project by MRLO is aimed at promotion of women empowerment through gender mainstreaming.
This will be done through promotion of women participation through capacity building and.Books; Non-State Actors, Soft Law and Protective Regimes; normative or institutional frameworks are highlighted and the importance of addressing accountability of state and non-state actors for violations or regressions of minimum protection guarantees is underscored.
Productive tensions: women's rights NGOs, the “mainstream” human.Documenting human rights violations requires advocates to evaluate the relationships that exist between data to identify and verify the themes Ultimately, advocates documenting human rights violations should evaluate the data that has been gathered, identify gaps or limitations in the information, compare the findings, and present.