Legal literacy: a tool for women's empowerment
With experiences and strategies from Asia, Africa, and Latin America, this book explores how legal literacy can empower women. It examines ways of promoting women's capacities to understand the law; to assert rights; and to change limiting definitions of gender roles, status, and rights.
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OVERVIEW AND THEORY
MAKING THE LAW ACCESSIBLE
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