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The Situation of CEDAW in Egypt

Amal Abd El-Hadi

Abstract


Egypt was the first Arab country to ratify the International Conve?tion on the Elimination of All Forms of DlscnmmatlOn Against Women. Th Convention entered into force after its publication in the Official Gazette on December 17th, 1981.

Keywords


CEDAW; Discrimination against women; Egypt

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DOI: 10.32380/alrj.v0i0.708

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