A new issue of the International Review of Contemporary Law, IADL’s digital legal journal, has been released on the occasion of International Women’s Day, 8 March 2020.
Edited by Evelyn Dürmayer, the issue features a wide range of articles assessing the status of women 25 years after the Beijing Declaration, sexual violence and accountability, rape law reform and women’s struggles in Palestine, Turkey, the Philippines, Japan, South Korea, Argentina and Venezuela.
It includes articles in English and Spanish. Marjorie Cohn, Kathy Johnson and Dinorah La Luz participated in editing the issue.
See below for links to all articles:
- From the Editor / Evelyn Dürmayer
- Accountability and Impunity: Developments and Challenges in Realizing Justice for Women Victims of Violence / Rashida Manjoo
- Beijing+25: Looking Back and Looking Forward / Jeanne Mirer
- Attrition and rape law reform in the United Kingdom: The urgent need for reform to mitigate rape myth bias / Grace Cowell
- Steadfastness and resistance: Palestinian women political prisoners confront repression / Charlotte Kates
- State of Emergency in Turkey: An example of masculine backlash / Serife Ceren Uysal
- Women lawyers under attack: Beleaguered Pinay people’s lawyers for justice and accountability / NUPL Women and Children’s Committee
- 25 years after Beijing: Two steps forward or one step backward for women in Japan and South Korea? / Osamu Niikura and Youjeong Jeong
- #CSW64: Avances de los objetivos de la Declaración y Plataforma de Acción de Beijing / Nelly Minyersky y Silvana Capece
- Un breve análisis sobre la aplicación de la Declaración y Plataforma de Acción de Beijing en la República Bolivariana de Venezuela / María Lucrecia Hernández