The UN Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women: A Commentary

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The UN Convention on the
Elimination of All Forms
of Discrimination against
Women
A Commentary

Edited by

MARSHA A. FREEMAN
CHRISTINE CHINKIN
BEATE RUDOLF

Assistant Editors

SUSANN KROWORSCH
ALLISON SHERRIER
SARAH WITTKOPP

Oxford University Press

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Dedication vii
  • Preface ix
  • Preface to the Paperback Edition xi
  • Authors’ Contributions xiii
  • Table of Contents xv
  • A Note on the Authors xxxiii
  • A Note on Citation Formats xxxvii
  • A Note on Citations to the Commentary xxxix
  • Table of Acronyms xli
  • Table of Cases xliii
  • Table of Legislation xlix
  • Introduction 1
  • Preamble 35
  • Article 1 51
  • Article 2 71
  • Article 3 101
  • Article 4 123
  • Article 5 141
  • Article 6 169
  • Article 7 197
  • Article 8 221
  • Article 9 233
  • Article 10 253
  • Article 11 279
  • Article 12 311
  • Article 13 335
  • Article 14 357
  • Article 15 387
  • Article 16 409
  • Violence against Women 443
  • Article 17 475
  • Article 18 489
  • Article 19 509
  • Article 20 513
  • Article 21 519
  • Article 22 527
  • Article 23 531
  • Article 24 539
  • Article 25 547
  • Article 26 557
  • Article 27 561
  • Article 28 565
  • Article 29 597
  • Article 30 603
  • Optional Protocol 607
  • Annexe 1- Table of General Recommendations 681
  • Annexe 2- Table of Treaties 683
  • Annexe 3- Bibliography 689
  • Index 713
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