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Monday, July 23, 2007 

CEDAW: Moving Across the Lines of Participation and Consultations in Antigua & Barbuda

The development of CEDAW has long been hailed as a central mechanism to attack at full fledge matters of gender equality as they move throughout the realms of human rights realities.

As an ongoing platform to strengthen the reach of consultations and assessments vis-à-vis the engagement of Rights-Based Approaches or programming across sectoral work in development, it can certainly mold significant rooms to address constant analyzes in the ways that public discussions or consultations tackle the nagging dynamics pertaining to the development of women.

In fact, within this very shaking and highly challenging nexus, it enables or set the priorities to move away from ambiguous conceptions vis-à-vis rights within the corpus of institutional responses that are needed to steer change through juridical and instrumental capacities.In these regards, setting the tone toward broad public consultations can of course be a task of no small proportions; however when those matters do need to be fully measured and understood, it goes without saying that all possible channels have to be looked upon in order to strengthen dissemination, and social mobilization.

And in the context of Antigua & Barbuda this call for a convention about CEDAW its progress and ways forward, centralize these upcoming debates to light up the reach of participatory exchanges as means to identify the appropriateness and consequences that evolve around certain standards vis-à-vis normative rights and legal empowerment.
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Very impressive and useful. Thank you.

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