Feminization of Migration

The term “feminization of migration” has been proposed in the context of international migration since the late 20th century. It refers to the high proportion of women migrating to high-income countries, where their work is concentrated in care and domestic work. The United Nations used the term “feminization of migration” …

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Women in transitional justice

women in transitional justice

After the end of a repressive regime and the transition to a transitional period, society shifts from conflict to consensus The aim is to build a democratic system that prevents the renewal of conflicts and is linked to concepts of justice and transition. To establish justice and the rule of …

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Women with disabilities

women with disabilities

Women with disabilities suffer from compounded levels of discrimination. Although they share the same obstacles as other women, they face additional difficulties exercising their rights due to environmental, social, and legal barriers. Among these barriers are limited opportunities in education, employment, and hiring Physical, sexual, and psychological violence, which can …

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Early Marriage

The United Nations defines early marriage as any marriage contract in which one or both parties have not reached the age of 18. This type of marriage is considered forced, as neither party or both have personally expressed their full and free consent to the marriage. Child marriage is considered …

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The Deities of Mesopotamia

The first deities in Mesopotamia are closely associated with love and war, with “Ishtar” being particularly prominent. In Babylonian, she is called “Ishtar,” meaning “the living earth,” while in Sumerian, she is known as “Inanna,” meaning “queen of heaven.” Despite her relatively recent obscurity, she played a significant and complex …

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Civil marriag

The issue of civil marriage has recently sparked a great debate in social circles. Opinions about it were divided between supporters and opponents, as it was rejected by the clergy, while it was supported by the currents of civil society, so we must know what is civil marriage? Civil marriage …

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Cohabitation in Syrian law

Cohabitation: The high financial cost of traditional marriage… boredom from old habits… and the desire to discover the other… and individual freedom… in addition to satisfying repressed desires; All are justifications for the phenomenon of cohabitation, which is a phenomenon shrouded in secrecy in the vast majority of its cases. …

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The right to compensation in an arbitrary divorce

If a man divorces his wife and the judge finds that the husband is abusive in her divorce without reasonable cause and that the wife will thus suffer misery and poverty, the judge may order her divorced according to the condition and degree of his arbitrariness, with compensation not exceeding …

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