Women and Human Rights in the Rebuilding of East Timor

in Nordic Journal of International Law
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Abstract

This article considers how the discourse of women's human rights has been employed in the lead up to independence in East Timor. It describes the way that the United Nations' temporary administration responded to the situation of women after the Indonesian occupation and assesses the adequacy of its attempts to 'mainstream' gender in the independence process.

Women and Human Rights in the Rebuilding of East Timor

in Nordic Journal of International Law

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