The Maputo Protocol, adopted by the African Union in 2003, was expected to transform the landscape for women’s rights on the continent. Its aim was to set standards and create positive change across a range of areas including violence against women, child marriage, land rights and harmful practices.

But 14 years and 37 ratifications later there’s a great deal that remains undone.

http://theconversation.com/african-countries-say-they-support-womens-rights-but-wheres-the-money-74553?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Latest from The Conversation for March 30 2017 – 70925335&utm_content=Latest from The Conversation for March 30 2017 – 70925335+CID_f5fd7e9f3f7f93a9a6f7150b22a5d63f&utm_source=campaign_monitor_africa&utm_term=African countries say they support womens rights But wheres the money

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