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Gender equality in the Canadian justice system

Federal/Provincial/Territorial Working Group of Attorney"s General Officials on Gender Equality in the Canadian Justice System.

Gender equality in the Canadian justice system

summary document and proposals for action

by Federal/Provincial/Territorial Working Group of Attorney"s General Officials on Gender Equality in the Canadian Justice System.

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Published by Dept. of Justice in [Ottawa] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Criminal justice, Administration of -- Canada,
  • Women -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Canada.,
  • Equality before the law -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementFederal/Provincial/Territorial Working Group of Attorney"s General Officials on Gender Equality in the Canadian Justice System.
    ContributionsCanada. Dept. of Justice.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19410570M

      Gender Equality Series. September , marks Canada’s second Gender Equality Week – an important opportunity for people from coast to coast to coast to celebrate the progress we’ve made in advancing gender equality in Canada, while also reflecting on what work still remains to make sure that everyone – regardless of their gender – can reach their full potential.   This more complex measure of gender inequality has the potential to inform policy and practices aimed at achieving gender equality. ACOSTA-BELEN, E. and BOSE, C.E. `From Structural Subordination to Empowerment: Women and Development in Third World Contexts'.

    how to engage communities and dialogue with traditional leaders on gender equality. In order to improve practice to shift gendered outcomes it is important to broaden the concept of access to justice from legal justice to gender justice. Interdisciplinary strategies aimed at enhancing women’s rights and gender justice needs foregrounding.   It presents a welcomed opportunity to link legal justice with achievement of other SDGs covering human and social development, gender equality, and poverty reduction.

    Banks () suggests that this trend does not simply affect law school students, but the covert sexism filters into the entire justice system (Banks, , p. ). Sexism is a form of discrimination, and thus, sexism within the walls of our law schools may have a lasting . In the criminal justice system it may be argued that it tends to " favor male perspectives and approaches " (Lutze & Symons, , p. ) often to the detriment of women who find themselves.


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Gender equality in the Canadian justice system by Federal/Provincial/Territorial Working Group of Attorney"s General Officials on Gender Equality in the Canadian Justice System. Download PDF EPUB FB2

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