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Zimbabwe civil society"s shadow report to the CEDAW committee, 2012

Zimbabwe Women Lawyers Association

Zimbabwe civil society"s shadow report to the CEDAW committee, 2012

by Zimbabwe Women Lawyers Association

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Published by Zimbabwe Women Lawyers Association in Harare .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination34 p. :
Number of Pages34
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25367882M
LC Control Number2012314009

Committee in , mentioned specifically women living with HIV and their vulnerabilities. The government expressed significant concern for women living with HIV, especially in the area of mother-to-child transmission (MTCT). 2. Objective The purpose of this shadow report is to provide the CEDAW committee more information on. Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women 23 October The Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women this afternoon met with representatives of non-governmental organizations from Burkina Faso, Singapore, Paraguay and Nauru, whose reports on the implementation of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women .

  The UK Government has produced the UK’s seventh periodic report (available here) and the Women’s Resource Centre (WRC) is creating a shadow report to send to the UN CEDAW Committee outlining where the UK is not meeting the standards and international obligations required. Find out more about CEDAW and the reporting process here.   I. INTRODUCTION. The United Nations (UN) Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) seems to be an African success story. 1 Out of 54 states, only two, Somalia and Sudan, have failed to sign or ratify the Convention. Advocates in African states have embraced the Convention and used it to hold states accountable for its : Fareda Banda.

  On 8 August , the Commission for Gender Equality (CGE) will be presenting its Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) Mock Trial report before the Select Committee on Women, Youth and People with Disabilities after South Africa failed to submit the CEDAW report in and as expected, subsequently submitting in that . Jointly with the civil society representatives from Kazakhstan, ECOM has submitted a shadow report to the UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) in Kazakhstan. CEDAW is the body of independent experts that monitors implementation of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women.


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Zimbabwe civil society"s shadow report to the CEDAW committee, 2012 by Zimbabwe Women Lawyers Association Download PDF EPUB FB2

ZIMBABWE CIVIL SOCIETY’S SHADOW REPORT TO THE CEDAW COMMITTEE January Produced by Zimbabwe Women Lawyers Association and the report represents the views and concerns of the following Zimbabwean organisations: • Action Aid • African Centre for Law and Justice.

Some issues of concern that emerged from the civil society shadow report include: – Inadequate definition of discrimination against women within the country’s legal and policy framework. – Failure to domesticate CEDAW and its optional protocol by the Zimbabwe state.

– Failure to take all appropriate measures to abolish discriminatory laws. SHADOW REPORT TO THE UNITED NATIONS COMMITTEE ON THE ELIMINATION OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN Swaziland, 58th which is to be represented to the CEDAW Committee.

The report reflects the varied reach of these organisation’s in working on women’s situation The following is a list of the organisations within Civil Society that. Zimbabwe 1. Zimbabwe civil societys shadow report to the CEDAW committee The Committee considered the combined second, third, fourth and fifth periodic report of Zimbabwe (CEDAW/C/ZWE/) at its th and th meetings, on 21 February (see CEDAW/C/SR and ).

The Committee’s list of issues and questions is contained in CEDAW/C/ZWE/Q/ and the responses of the Government of. Zimbabwe 1. The Committee considered the combined second, third, fourth and fifth periodic report of Zimbabwe (CEDAW/C/ZWE/) at its th and th meetings, on 21 February (see CEDAW/C/SR and ).

The Committee’s list of issues and. Zimbabwe and CEDAW compliance: Women's Human Rights. Women's Human Rights Trends in prevalence and correlates of intimate partner violence against women in Zimbabwe, – BMC International Health and Human Rights, Vol.

20, Issue. 1, Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's. The overarching or should I say recurring theme during the review process of Zimbabwe by the Committee on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (the CEDAW Committee) was that the process was a constructive dialogue with the state in order to assess the extent of the improvement of the status of women in Zimbabwe.

The former position effectively romanticises or cleanses civil society in Zimbabwe, as even civic activists themselves increasingly note. For instance, Brilliant Mhlanga, a human rights activist, wrote in that Zimbabwean “civil society is showing double standards” and that it “has internalised the image of the ruling party, its tactics and general guidelines, and is therefore.

Given the focus of its work and following its mission to achieve a balanced civil society in the Republic of Bulgaria, ensuring equal chances and equal representation of women and men and of different ethnic groups, in the public and private spheres, the Team prepared a Shadow report for the 52nd CEDAW Committee session in July ZI MBABWE CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS ADVOCACY CHARTER –UNITED NATIONS HRC UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW OF ZIMBABWE, 10 OCTOBER ZIMBABWE GOVERNMENT REPORT QUESTIONS RECOMMENDATIONS National Association of Non Governmental Organisations, Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights, Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum, Zimbabwe Association of Doctors for Human Rights, Zimbabwe File Size: KB.

The Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) is the body of independent experts that monitors implementation of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women. CEDAW Committee consists of 23 experts on women’s rights from around the world.

The Shadow Report on the fourth and fifth periodic report was submitted in Consequently, the CEDAW Committee considered the issues at its th and th meetings, and on Jissued the Concluding Observations to the Government of Nepal.

Download: Civil Society’s Alternate Report On CEDAW Convention Thank you for joining Jovana Vukovic of the Regional Centre for Minorities, and the New Tactics online community for an online dialogue on 'Using Shadow Reports for Advocacy' from August 26 to September 1, This online dialogue is a space for practitioners and scholars to share experiences, challenges, successes, resources and tool for the effective use of shadow reports to expose the.

Given the focus of its work and following its mission to achieve a balanced civil society in the Republic of Bulgaria, ensuring equal chances and equal representation of women and men and of different ethnic groups, in the public and private spheres, the Team prepared a Shadow report for the 52nd CEDAW Committee session in July The Team aims at using the report as a tool for holding the.

On 21st February Zimbabwe was reviewed by the Committee on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women. The review process gave the Zimbabwean state an opportunity to report the current situation in relation to the rights of women as set out in the Convention for the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW).

CEDAW - Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination Against Women COPAC - Constitutional Parliamentary Select Committee EMTCT– Eliminating Mother to Child Transmission GBV - Gender Based Violence such as the UN country team and civil society has enhanced Zimbabwe [s implementation of the BPA.

Nepal and delay by the Government in reporting, Civil Society’s Alternative Report on CEDAW Convention was submitted in Following the government report, the civil society organizations are preparing shadow report alternative to the government report in for consideration for CEDAW Committee.

About the Book: The NGO Alternative Report or ‘Shadow Report’ on CEDAW examines the Government of Pakistan’s response to concerns expressed in the observations of the UN CEDAW Committee on the earlier country report submitted in and heard by the CEDAW Committee in The shadow report is primarily a commentary on the Fourth.

Shadow Report on Azerbaijan to CEDAW Committee, WARD, Page 4 of 30 About WARD Women’s Association for Rational Development (WARD) was created in by a group of active women, who were united with the MISSION to contribute to the development of Azerbaijan through women’s empowerment and equal Size: KB.

The concluding observations made on Zimbabwe by the CEDAW Committee largely reflect the views of civil society and also carry specific recommendations that if implemented fully will vastly improve.

This report is the response of Cambodia’s civil society members to the CEDAW Committee’s request. NGO-CEDAW is a coalition of 91 local NGOs and associations committed to the achievement of gender equality in Cambodia. Part 1 Paragraph 15(a) concerns the government’s obligations.The most recent books in the U.S.

include Emizet F. Kisanganis () Civil Wars in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Michael Nests () Coltan, Jason Stearns () Dancing in the Glory of the Monsters, and Svrine Autesseres () The Trouble with the Congo.

Kisanganis () book deserves attention for two main reasons.The South African Report on CEDAW is the product of a wide consultative process in the country.

It would be remiss of me if I did not recognize the hard work that has been put into this work by stakeholders in government, the private sector and civil society. For that I say thank you and do continue with the good work. Much stillFile Size: 1MB.