Polygyny and Canada's Obligations under International Human Rights Law<
Rebecca J. Cook, M.P.A., J.D., J.S.D., F.R.S.C.
Faculty Chair in International Human Rights
Co-Director, International Reproductive and Sexual Health Law Programme
Lisa M. Kelly, B.A., J.D. candidate
Faculty of Law, University of Toronto
Family, Children and Youth Section
Department of Justice Canada
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© Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, represented by the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, 2006
- HARMS OF POLYGYNY
POLYGYNY AS A VIOLATION OF INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW
- International Treaty and Convention Law
- Family Life
- ARGUABLE LIMITS ON WOMEN'S RIGHTS
- STATE PRACTICE AND OPINIO JURIS
- MEANS CHOSEN TO PROHIBIT POLYGYNY
FOSTERING COMPLIANCE WITH EQUALITY RIGHTS IN MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY
- Improved Dialogue
- Canadian Obligations under International Human Rights Law
- Monitoring of Canada's Obligations under the Women's Convention
- Monitoring of Canada's Obligations under the Political Covenant and the Children's Convention
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