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The Law, Race and Gender unit takes on the “unconstitutionality” of the Traditional Courts Bill

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2 thoughts on “The Law, Race and Gender unit takes on the “unconstitutionality” of the Traditional Courts Bill”

  1. Reblogged this on National Domestic Violence Survivor Law Project and commented:
    While we, here in the United States, have trouble ensuring that they rural America is as well educated on the current trends of the laws, albeit that has been changing with technology. In Africa, they are further challenged by the rural communities are still operating under 1927 law that did not allow women to represent themselves in the governmental process. There has been a curiosity of a debate in the United States about the current update of VAWA 2012; can you imagine if women weren’t even allowed to have their voices represented — especially, if in the rural communities? It would be wonderful to have the global, international communities to be on the same page of being able to give all women internationally voices to be heard so that women are not harmed, no matter what part of the world they are in — and, no matter if they are in the city or rural communities? It would be a blessing to see that one day that we could have an iVAWA (International Violence Against Women Act) introduced one day? This will only be possible, if the women’s voices all over are clearly represented in the courts and legislative processes throughout the world.

    Just a thought to consider….while viewing this article and video.

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