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Articles/Presentations

The following are the most recent papers/documents/presentations that have been produced by IWRAW Asia Pacific:


2009

Implementation of the Convention on the Elimination of all Forms Of Discrimination Against Women in Asia and The Pacific: Successes And Challenges [link to enclosed pdf document HLM Beijing +15…]This paper is also available from the UNESCAP website.

2008

The struggle for women’s rights and the United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women, Presentation at the La Via Campesina International Conference on Peasant Rights, Jakarta, Indonesia 20-25 June 2008. Download

2007

Paper on the role of NGOs in monitoring the implementation of the convention on the elimination of all forms of discrimination against women, a presentation made at Cambodia NGO meeting on CEDAW. Download

2006

Using the CEDAW Review Process to Address Women Migrants’ Concerns. Download (Microsoft Word format)

2005

“The Relevance of the Links between Human Rights, the Beijing Platform for Action, and the Millennium Development Goals” Download

2004

Background Paper on State Obligation Presented and discussed at the Day of General Discussion on the, Proposed General Recommendation on Article 2 of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women, 31st CEDAW Session. Download

‘Impact of the Convention at the Domestic Level’. Read

“CEDAW Achievements and Challenges: Discussion on Implementation of CEDAW in Commonwealth Countries Policies and Legislation – Progress, gains, constraints and key priorities (with special reference to selected Commonwealth countries)” Read

2003

“State Accountability for the Elimination of Child Marriage” Read

"Guidelines for Addressing Intersectional Discrimination". Read

"The Status of CEDAW Implementation in the ASEAN Countries and Selected Muslim Countries". Download
"Obligations of the State under CEDAW and Other International Instruments on the Right to Decide If, When and Whom to Marry" Read

2002

"The Elimination of Discrimination Against Women: What does it take?" Read

"The Areas of Common Grounds Among Various UN Guiding Instruments - CEDAW, Beijing Platform for Action, and the Outcomes Document" Read

"Effective Legal Strategies to Combat Trafficking in Women and Children" Read

"Towards the Progressive Interpretation of Temporary Special Measures under the UN Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW)" Read

"Paper presented by IWRAW Asia Pacific at the General Day of Discussion on Article 3 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights" Read

"Report on the Compliance of the Law of the Republic of Tajikistan with the UN Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW). 2002. (Prepared for the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, Mission to Tajikistan) Download (Microsoft Word format)

"Equality and Non-discrimination: The Two Essential Principles for the Promotion and Protection of the Human Rights of Women". (Report by the Centre for Comparative and Public Law and the Women's Studies Research Centre, University of Hong Kong. Contains keynote speech by Shanthi Dairiam, Executive Director, IWRAW Asia Pacific) Read

2001

"Discrimination Against Women and its Implication for Women's Capacity for Self-Determination in the Areas of Reproductive and Sexual Health" Read

"The Intersection of Race, Ethnicity and Gender in the Context of Temporary Special Measures" (Joint paper by Human Rights Institute - Columbia University Law School, IWRAW Asia Pacific and the Gender Justice Project in the Americas - American University) Read

1999

"Empowering Ourselves: The Role of Women NGOs in the Enforcement of the Women's Convention". (This article was originally published as a Note in the Columbia Law Review. Volume 99, No. 1, January 1999. The author was an intern at International Women's Rights Action Watch-Asia Pacific during the summer of 1997. This Note developed from work done during the internship.) Read


 

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