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Legal constraints on women in development in Lesotho

Seitebatso Seeiso

Legal constraints on women in development in Lesotho

by Seitebatso Seeiso

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Published by Institute of Labour Studies in Maseru, Lesotho .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Lesotho.
    • Subjects:
    • Women in community development -- Lesotho.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      StatementSeitebatso Seeiso.
      SeriesDiscussion paper / Institute of Labour Studies ;, no. 8, Discussion paper (National University of Lesotho. Institute of Labour Studies) ;, no. 8.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ1802 .S44 1986
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 19 leaves ;
      Number of Pages19
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2271867M
      LC Control Number89160384
      OCLC/WorldCa15789783

      the Change Drivers. Socio-economic context. Lesotho is a Kingdom situated in the Eastern part of Southern Africa, and is surrounded by the Republic of South Africa (RSA). The kingdom cov km 2 of 60% represents rangelands, 9% arable land and the remaining part mainly mountains and steep hills. The country is divided into four regions. alia, Legal Responses to Trafficking in Women for Sexual Exploitation in the European Union (Hart Publishing, ). Joshua Castellino, Ph.D. () in Law, University of Hull, is Professor and Head of the Law Department at Middlesex University, London. He has published books on international law and is actively engaged in human rightsFile Size: 1MB.

      compounded by the low socioeconomic status and legal position of women and cultural norms and values. Generally, women are not empowered to make decisions affecting their lives. In , Lesotho joined five other SADC countries to collaborate on a gender-based violence indicators Size: 1MB. women’s development. The paper seeks to bridge the gap between the theoretical ‘models’ of women’s development and the reality of women’s lives in Zambia and other African countries. The paper looks at the differences between the terms ‘women’ and ‘gender’ and their meaning for women’s development. 3 NG POINTS

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Seeiso, Seitebatso. Legal constraints on women in development in Lesotho. Maseru, Lesotho: Institute of Labour Studies, [].

economic and political relations between men and women in Lesotho. The aim of the Act was to uplift the status of women in marriages, to that of equals and give them more say over acquisition and dis-posal of family assets.

Women in Lesotho have a long history of being de facto heads of householdsFile Size: 1MB. Gender and Development Policy in Lesotho. Papali Mokobori. Introduction. Lesotho is an independent stsq km (11, sq mi), that extends km NNE-SSW and km ESE-WNW. Lesotho is comparatively slightly smaller than the state of Maryland.

This country is. The status of women in Lesotho with respect to participation in local governance processes. B ackground Lesotho is a signatory to numerous international conven - tions that prohibit all forms of discrimination, and interna - tional covenants that prescribe equal participation of men and women in civil and political rights.

The Lesotho’sFile Size: KB. of women in Southern Africa are dependent on land for their livelihoods. Despite the importance of land to women in the sub-region, their land rights are still largely discriminated against. A combination of statutory and customary laws favoring male ownership of property disadvantage women's File Size: 97KB.

This study explores the range of constraints to women’s mobility and access to economic opportunities in six low-income areas of urban Latin America through the lens of agency.

The study demonstrates that, apart from transport-related deficiencies, several factors at the community, household, and individual levels shape women’s. 2 A Practitioner’s Toolkit on Women’s Access to Justice Programming TABLE OF CONTENTS THE TOOLKIT AT A GLANCE 1 MODULE 1: THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF WOMEN’S ACCESS TO JUSTICE PROGRAMMING 8 Summary 9 Definitions 10 Understanding the overall country context 12 Assessing country contexts 12 Country typologies be taken to remove the social, economic and legal constraints on women.

New administrative arrangements must be found to support their education and make it more consistent with their needs. Gender biases must be taken into account to improve women's ability to take advantage of incentives. Keywords: Women, poverty, gender, inequality. Introduction. Duso: Women Empowerment and Economic Development have unequal inheritance rights for men and women.

There is a bidirectional relationship between economic development and wom-en’s empowerment defined as improving the ability of women to access the constitu-ents of development—in particular health, education, earning opportunities, rights.

asdf Achieving Gender Equality, Women’s Empowerment and Strengthening Development Cooperation United Nations New York, Department of Economic and Social AffairsFile Size: 1MB. "Until the marriage act was passed, a woman had the legal status of a minor," explains Ahunna Eziakonwa-Onochie, the UN's resident co-ordinator in Lesotho.

That meant she could not sign contracts. CULTURE, TRADITION, CUSTOM, LAW AND GENDER EQUALITY MJ Maluleke* Culture is like an umbrella under which some people like to hide from rain, and also to shade themselves from the sun. But sometimes you need to fold it.** 1 Introduction Traditional cultural practices reflect the values and beliefs held by members of a.

Lesotho's largest private employer is the textile and garment industry - approximat Basotho, mainly women, work in factories producing garments for export to South Africa and the US. Diamond mining in Lesotho has grown in recent years and accounted for nearly 35% of total exports in Studies undertaken by the ILO on “Legal Constraints to Women’s Participation in Cooperatives” (), reveal that while national laws are generally ‘gender neutral’, there remain other constraints linked to other related laws including customary law, which restrict women fromFile Size: 1MB.

Women and Law in Southern Africa. The composition shows the Government of the Kingdom of Lesotho’s commitment to CEDAW. Chairperson, the Lesotho delegation perceives the presentation and examination of her national report as a worthwhile process and opportunity of taking stock of our.

tenure reform in the former homelands and South African Development Trust (SADT) areas will facilitate decisions and actions by rural households, government bodies, and the private sector.

It will benefit rural livelihoods, facilitate infrastructure and service provision, and economic development. However, tenure reform by itself will not be enough. Lesotho's performance in MDGs also provided a basis for the selection and reporting on the agendas below.

This report comprises five chapters. Chapter 1 introduces the report, giving the context and objectives of the country analysis. Chapter 2 describes the development context in Lesotho in relation to international, regional and national.

unblock these constraints. It is focussed on women and on economic development, rather than on the wider issue of gender and development. However, before looking at the evidence base, constraints, and interventions, it will provide a brief context of the evolution of thinking around women and development.1 1.

The Evolution of ‘Women in. © Women and Law in Southern Africa-Lesotho. All Rights Reserved | Design by Engidata Engidata. that women are able to participate fully in, and benefit from, the process of agricultural development. At the same time, promoting gender equality in agriculture can help reduce extreme poverty and hunger.

Equality for women would be good for agricultural development, and agricultural development should also be good for Size: KB. The World Bank Group has been promoting gender equality in development since Yet today, in many parts of the world, women continue to lack voice and decision-making ability; and their economic opportunities remain very constrained.The development objective of the Gender Innovation Lab (GIL) is to increase governments' and private sectors' take-up of effective policies to address the underlying causes of gender inequality in Africa, particularly in terms of women's economic and social empowerment.The Lesotho Bank Savings and Development Act of This amendment to the Lesotho Bank Savings and Development Act gave women the right to open their own bank accounts.

While the Legal Capacity of Married Persons Act extended this right to married women, the amendment to the Bank Savings and Development Act extended the right to all al mortality (per ,): ().