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International Mechanisms to Protect Womens Rights

PP: 77-92
doi:10.18576/jasu/060105
Author(s)
Ghada Nayeer Labeeb Ihsan,
Abstract
This study concerns the subject of equality and non-discrimination in international law or international law of equality and non-discrimination, by standing on the principle of equality and non-discrimination in light of international instruments and standards and the role of national laws in promoting that right. The study begins with the definition of the right to equality and non-discrimination, and the status of women in international human rights instruments before and after the United Nations Charter, with highlighting the most prominent international and regional instruments related to human rights in general and women in particular. This study dealt with research on womens rights and expanding knowledge of these rights, and studying the role of the United Nations Organization as this international organization has a very important role - as an institutional framework - to protect womens rights and other human rights in general. We see through this study that despite the prohibition of these international conventions to discriminate between individuals for any reason whatsoever, discrimination is still prominent in many countries of the world, and it was necessary for law and authority to intervene to find a balance between the majority in the state and minorities through positive measures stipulated. They must in international and national legislation aim to give priority and redress to these groups and compensate them for discrimination in the past.

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