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Women’s equal rights to housing, land and property in international law.
Women’s equal rights to adequate housing, land and property are well elaborated under international human rights law but are often elusive in practice.
This document is a reference guide to international human rights standards identifying both the substance of women’s rights as well as the commitments made by States with regard to improving women’s rights to adequate housing, land and property.
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