Legal Theory from the Feminist Perspective

  • Naeesha Halai
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  • Naeesha Halai

    International Accredited Civil-Commercial Mediator from ADR-ODR Int'l, London.

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Since time immemorial, ‘equality’ and ‘freedom’ evaded women in comparison to men. Women always enjoyed a secondary status and were assigned a purely functional role in societies across the world. Over the period women have been accorded unequal status that is offensive to human dignity. This has steered the feminist movement. Undoubtedly, it’s is the law’s neutrality as the very mechanism that perpetuates injustices against woman. This paper focusses on the struggles witnessed by women to improve their position and the kind of institutions and laws that would be necessary to redress the imbalance against woman in society.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 6, Page 1076 - 1082


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