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Legal Studies essay on the topic of "Women"

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Essay answering the following question “Evaluate the effectiveness of legal and non-legal measures in responding to the protection of women’s rights”

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Foreign relations Law Government Gender studies Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women Women's rights Sexism Discrimination Women in the workforce Equal pay for equal work Gender equality in New Zealand EGM: prevention of violence against women and girls
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Foreign relations Law Government Gender studies Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women Women's rights Sexism Discrimination Women in the workforce Equal pay for equal work Gender equality in New Zealand EGM: prevention of violence against women and girls
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Women’s inferiority was an attitude reflected in the laws and policies of Western societies, with men holding most if not all positions of power. In more recent times however, there has been rapid progress in attempts to improve the rights of women through both legal and non-­‐legal mechanisms; which have both proven to be very effective in uplifting the rights of women to the standard they are today. Legal mechanisms which help uphold and protect women’s rights include both international and domestic law, which have helped make significant steps towards equal rights for wo...
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