(GG 5744) brought into force on 30 January 2019 by GN 4/2019 (GG 6829) The Act is amended by the Combating of Trafficking in Persons Act 1 of 2018 (GG 6562). However, that amending Act has not yet been brought into force, so the amendments made by it are not reflected here.
Full citation: Roy, S. (2015). Empowering women? Inheritance rights, female education and dowry payments in India. Journal of Development Economics 114: 233-51.
This is a data source for the Research Consortium's Inheritance Rights for Daughters Infographic – Greater educational attainment.
Full citation: Hallward-Driemeier, M. & Gajigo, O., Strengthening Economic Rights and Women’s Occupational Choice: The Impact of Reforming Ethiopia’s Family Law, World Development, Volume 70, 2015, Pages 260-273.
"Abstract: Summary This paper evaluates the impact of strengthening legal rights on the types of economic opportunities pursued. Ethiopia changed its family law, expanding wives’ access to marital property and removing restrictions to working outside the home. This reform was initially rolled out in the two chartered cities and three of Ethiopia’s nine regions, allowing […]
Civil Code reform – Raising the minimum age to marry. Reforma el artículo 81 del Código Civil, Decreto Ley 106, artículos: 81, relativo a la aptitud para contraer matrimonio y establece que la edad mínima para contraer matrimonio es de 18 años; 82, relativo a la excepción a la edad mínima y la establece en […]
Ecuador's Constitution of 2008 with Amendments through 2015