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Basu, Asmita, author.
UN Women, issuing body.
Canada. Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development, sponsoring body.
|Title||Applying due diligence standards to legislative approaches on violence against women : outcome document, Regional Expert Group Meeting|
CA1 EA3 2014A16 ENG
Women -- Crimes against -- Law and legislation -- Southeast Asia.
Women -- Violence against -- Law and legislation -- Southeast Asia.
Family violence -- Southeast Asia.
Wife abuse -- Southeast Asia.
Women's rights -- Southeast Asia.
Women -- Legal status, laws, etc -- Southeast Asia.
Women -- Services for -- Southeast Asia.
Women -- Social conditions -- Southeast Asia.
1st edition. --
20 pages ; 28 cm.
Asmita Basu identified as the author, page 4.
At head of cover title: UN Women; Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada = Affaires étrangères, du Commerce et du Développement Canada.
"Ending violence against women is one of the thematic priorities of the UN Entity for gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women). UN Women supports states and civil society organizations to advocate, formulate and implement law, policies and programmes which prevent, protect and punish all forms of violence against women. With support of the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD) this work has been pursued in South East Asia through the Regional Programme on Improving Women's Human Rights in South East Asia." -- Foreword, page 6.
Includes bibliographical references.