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Substantive Equality and Reproductive Rights

Auteur : Millennia2025

Source : Center for Reproductive Rights



 Substantive Equality and Reproductive Rights

The principle of substantive equality provides a framework by which to effectively recognize and address inequalities faced by women. At its core, substantive equality requires states to identify the root causes of discrimination, such as power structures and social and economic systems reinforced by gender stereotypes and socialized gender roles, which lead to inequalities. Substantive equality also requires states to acknowledge that people experience inequality differently not only because of who they are as individuals but also because of the groups to which they belong. Finally, substantive equality requires that states measure progress on addressing inequalities by looking at outcomes of results for all persons, including the most marginalized, and ensuring equality of results, which may require enacting practices and policies targeting particular marginalized groups.

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