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e-Book In the Shadow of the Law download

by Women and Law in Souther Research Trust

ISBN: 1779150016
ISBN13: 978-1779150011
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Publisher: Women and Law in Southern Africa Researc (January 1, 2003)
Pages: 188
Category: Economics
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6 TARGET BENEFICIARY  Marginalized women and girls are the direct target group for WLSA. We have defined marginalized women and girls as those who are disadvantaged women in rural, peri-urban and urban areas.

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WLSA was born of a group of women and men in southern Africa who wanted to advance the legal situation of women; and was founded in 1988 at a regional conference held in Zimbabwe by a group of lawyers and social scientists.

Traditionally, the unifying value base of customary law was preservation of the family and protection of women and children. Marriage was viewed as a joint partnership rather than a guardian-minor relationship.

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What adjudication and mediation options are available to women in Zimbabwe with regard to family-related issues? Are women able to use and effectively access these options? What effects have changes in the law had on women's access to the state's systems of justice? How do customary law and general law work in practice? Are informal mediation and adjudication processes like those used by the family or the church, more accessible and more likely to be relied upon either voluntarily or involuntarily by women than the state's justice offerings? How could the formal justice delivery system be changed to make it more user-friendly, especially for women? These are some of the questions addressed by this latest WLSA Zimbabwe research which examines women's access to justice delivery in the sphere of civil law. In the WLSA tradition, the Zimbabwean team set out to investigate justice delivery in Zimbabwe, with the focus on the reality of women's daily lives. The team of researchers examined justice delivery in every sphere - from the home, the village, the community and the district, right up to the magistrate's courts, the higher courts and the Supreme Court.
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