Over three years ago, Collectif 95 Magheb-Egalité began an ambitious project to develop and disseminate to human rights activists a guide to equality in both the family and the private sector in the Maghreb. The result is a handbook that contributes to the debate about women’s rights and Islamic law, citing, in particular, that Islam is not chiefly responsible for the current status of women and the discriminatory laws under which they suffer. This book provides tools in the effective construction of arguments and communication techniques designed to establish a dialogue.
Women’s Learning Partnership (WLP) for Rights, Development, and Peace empowers women and girls in the Global South to re-imagine and restructure their roles in their families, communities, and societies.
Women’s Learning Partnership is an independent, international, non governmental organization in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.
Distributed for Women's Learning Partners
6 x 9, 220 pages