Gender Equality Campaign Focuses On Discrimination Against Women’s Nationality

The Guardian: Women’s nationality is focus of new campaign for gender equality
“A global campaign to revoke discriminatory laws that prohibit women from changing their nationalities, or conferring their nationalities on their children, was launched in Geneva this week. The International Campaign to End Gender Discrimination in Nationality Laws, organized by a coalition of NGOs, U.N. agencies, and academics, is calling on governments to amend any laws that deny women equal rights to men in regard to nationality and citizenship…” (Ford, 6/20).

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