Realizing Indigenous Women’s Rights: A Handbook on the CEDAW
- Theme: Business and Women's Human Rights, Capacity Strengthening, Influencing the Global Human Rights Agenda, Knowledge Generation, Marginalised Women, Peace and Conflict, Violence Against Women, Women's Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.
- Type: Handbook, Shadow Report Guideline.
- Region/Country: Asia, Global.
- Language: English.
In its 238 pages, this handbook by Eleanor Dictaan-Bang-oa and Helen Tugendhat outlines the situation of indigenous women in Asia, explains basic human rights principles and how to use CEDAW, and compiles General Recommendations and Concluding Observations relevant to the rights of indigenous women. Published by Asian Indigenous Women’s Network, Forest Peoples Programme and Tebtebba.