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This publication describes the UN Women Rwanda Office's effort in dealing with Gender-Based Violence (GBV) victims using different approaches in both GBV prevention and response. It also provides success stories from different beneficiaries in relation to legal assistance which showed that in most cases it requires strong courage from the victims to bring the perpetrators to justice especially in the context of negative cultural beliefs, women's economic dependence, fear of discrimination and stigmatization among other challenges. The document also highlights the role of mobile legal clinic in increasing the proximity of legal services to the community including awareness-raising and legal literacy.
This analytical study covered ten countries in the region and looked at issues of access to justice for women and girls in East and Southern Africa.
This repertoire compiles a number of Temporary Special Measures (TSMs) laws in West and Central Africa to help staff and partners to use and reflect on the available legal frameworks in the region and explore - through comparing articles and formulations -legal options that may be considered for the adoption of more favorable legal measures fostering greater gender equality in public life including in elected assemblies. View/Download : EN/FR