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Women's Rights Violation with Reference to Pakistan

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DISSERTATION ON
WOMEN’S RIGHTS VIOLATION WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO PAKISTAN.

A COMPARATIVE STUDY

Presented by:
Ch M Tariq Ali Goheer
LLM Session 2007-08
Roll No. M-13337

Presented to:
Supervisor / Professor Barrister
Mr. Khurram Saleem Baig
Dean Faculty of Law

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH ASIA
LAHORE, PAKISTAN
Dissertation on Women’s Rights Violation with Special Reference to Pakistan.

SYNOPSIS

Chapter #| Subject| Page|
1.| Introduction to Human Rights| 1-17|
2.| UNO Declaration for Human Rights| 18-23|
3.| UNO Women’s Rights Declaration| 24-38|
4.| Women’s Rights Study with Special Reference to Pakistan| 39-60| 5.| Women’s Right Violation in Pakistan| 61-96|
6.| Protection of Women (Criminal Laws Amendment) Act, 2006 | 97-114| 7.| Recommendations| 115-117|
8.| Conclusion | 118-123|
9.| Leading Cases| 124-127|
10.| Bibliography| 128-129|

Chapter No.1
INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN RIGHTS
Origin, Evolution and Growth of Human Rights
Meaning of Human Rights
“Human rights” means the rights relating to life, liberty, equality and dignity of the individual guaranteed by the Constitution or embodied in the International Covenants and enforceable by Courts in Pakistan.1 Concept of Human Rights old one

The concept of Human Rights, embodying the minimum rights of an individual verses his-own State, is as old as political philosophy. Concept of Human Rights is as old as ancient doctrine of natural rights' founded on natural law, nonetheless, the expression of “Human Rights” is of recent origin, emerging after the end of the second world war. History of Human Rights:

For centuries past, women all over the world have not only, been denied full justice, social, economic and political but as a "weaker sex" they have been used, abused, exploited and,...
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