Alberta Law Review Vol 45, No 2 - Articles
Can the World's Poorest Women Be Saved?: A Critical Third World Feminist Analysis of the CEDAW's Rural Women's Economic Rights and Alternative Approaches to Women's Economic Empowerment AbstractPDF
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