Domestic violence ‘a glaring reflection’ of continued gender bias – women lawyers group

Despite the many achievements made along the path to gender equality, the Guyana Association of Women Lawyers (GAWL) said one glaring reflection of the persistent existence of gender-based discrimination is the continuing violence against women in all its forms.

“Until this issue is genuinely seen as a violation of human rights and an impediment to the achievement of equality, development and peace, as was identified by governments in 1995 at the Fourth World Conference for Women, the persistence and prevalence of violence against …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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