I have read and reviewed the paper of "Women Rights are Human Rights" by the publication of United Nations, Office of the Height Commissioner of Human Rights(OHCHR) in 2014 at New York and Geneva. It is about the introduction of Women Rights under the international provisions of human rights law and implementation to explain specifically relevant concepts for fully understanding women 's rights. Finally, selected areas of women’s rights are examined together with information on the main tasks of United Nations human rights mechanisms and others relative concerning to these topics. The objective of the papered is to offer a basic understanding of the human rights focus on women as a whole, but because of the extensive multiplicity of issues relevant to women’s rights under the umbrella of human rights, it should not be measured comprehensive.
This paper is emphasized that The United Nations has a long history of addressing women’s human rights and much progress has been made in securing women’s rights across the world in recent decades. However, important gaps remain and women’s realities are constantly changing, with new manifestations of discrimination against them regularly emerging. Some groups of women face additional forms of discrimination based on their age, ethnicity, nationality, religion, health status, marital status, education, disability and socioeconomic status, among other grounds. These intersecting forms of discrimination must be taken into account when developing measures and responses to combat discrimination against women.
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...ss issues such as gender-based violence effectively.
Raising awareness about to increased representation of women within the police and the judicial system as well as mainstreaming gender within the judiciary can also improve their responsiveness to gender issues and make it easier for women to seek assistance or report their cases.
By the conclusion, some countries, issues related to women’s rights have been given little importance and have always been resolved informally, by alternative or local mechanisms. There may be parallel legal orders that are not sanctioned by the State or formally recognized State legal orders that are plural, i.e., combining informal (e.g., traditional, religious or customary) and formal mechanisms of justice.89 This means that different legal orders may coexist and even overlap.
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