Jones, Helen (2006) Working together: local and global imperatives for women in Mongolia. ISSN 1610-2932Full text not available from this repository.
Mongolia is a country in transition. Domestic violence has just begun to reach the public and political agenda, due in large part to the activism and lobbying of women’s groups within Mongolia. State attention to domestic violence accords with Mongolia’s declared democratic and human rights agendas which are driven by political and economic shifts within society, the influence of trans-national feminism and the activities of two of the most influential non-governmental organisations (NGOs), each of which focus on violence against women. Local, feminist campaigning intersects with the global imperatives of treaty obligations and has resulted in the introduction of new legislation on domestic violence in 2004. Since then it has become apparent that there is a gap between the rhetoric of the law the reality of implementation. Women’s groups are battling this lack of political will to effectively implement changes.
|Additional Information:||Citation: Asia Europe journal, 2006, vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 417-430.|
Faculties > Faculty of Humanities, Languages and Social Science > Department of Sociology
|Date Deposited:||04 Sep 2006 09:12|
|Last Modified:||20 Jul 2016 01:14|
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