Document symbol: E/CN.4/2005/43
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Women and adequate housing : study / by the Special Rapporteur on Adequate Housing as a Component of the Right to an Adequate Standard of Living, Miloon Kothari
This progress report on women and adequate housing reviews activities undertaken by the Special Rapporteur since 2003, and explores specific themes that have emerged as key issues in the context of women's right to adequate housing: violence against women; forced evictions and homelessness; certain cultural norms that deprive women of their rights to land, inheritance and property; multiple forms of discrimination.
UN-HABITAT - UN. Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights - UN. Commission on Human Rights. Special Rapporteur on Adequate Housing as a Component of the Right to an Adequate Standard of Living - Recommendations - WOMEN'S RIGHTS - RIGHT TO HOUSING - FACT-FINDING MISSIONS - QUESTIONNAIRES - CONSULTATIONS - CIVIL SOCIETY - GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE - DOMESTIC VIOLENCE - EVICTION - HOMELESS PERSONS - CUSTOMS AND TRADITIONS - GENDER DISCRIMINATION - RIGHT TO OWN PROPERTY - INHERITANCE AND SUCCESSION - LAND ACQUISITION
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