1 Broadly speaking, rights of women include all rights, entitlements, and freedoms accorded to women on the basis of the whole legal system, spanning international, (macro-)regional, national, (micro-)regional, and local laws, including public and private law, custom, practice, etc. Such rights are attributed to women as a protected group by legal instruments or (quasi-)judicial decisions. In the context of comparative constitutional law, the focus is on constitutional texts and on cases before constitutional courts—the latter often as an expression of women’s...
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