Interviews

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The Maputo Protocol is a ground-breaking women’s rights legal instrument that expands and reinforces the rights provided in other human rights instruments.

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The Protocol on the Rights of Women in Africa: Reflecting back on 2010, looking to 2011 in Nigeria
Interview with Saudatu Mahdi, Programme Coordinator, Women’s Rights Advancement and Protection Alternatives, Nigeria

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The Protocol on the Rights of Women in Africa: Reflecting back on 2010, looking to 2011 in Tanzania
Interview with Anna Henga, Programme Coordinator, Tanzanian Legal and Human Rights Centre

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Mozambican women celebrate a new law that protects them from violence-- On 11 July 2003, the heads of State and government of the African Union (AU) adopted the Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa.

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In 2003, the Africa Union (AU) adopted the Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa. Today, only 27 countries have ratified. It is only Rwanda, to the best of my knowledge, that has done a comprehensive review of its laws to {{to make them compatible with the AU women’s protocol.

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