Cedaw Agreement Pdf

b) in any other existing international convention, treaty or agreement for that state. (e) the same rights to freely and responsibly decide the number and distance of their children and to have access to the information, education and means that enable them to exercise those rights; 2. The United Nations General Assembly decides, if necessary, what action to take in relation to such a request. (b) the introduction of maternity leave with comparable pay or social benefits, without loss of previous jobs, seniority or social benefits; States Parties take all appropriate measures, including legislation, to crack down on all forms of trafficking in women and the exploitation of women`s prostitution. (c) the right to free choice of profession and profession, the right to transport, job security and all services and conditions of service, as well as the right to vocational training and retraining, including apprenticeships, continuing vocational training and continuing education; (e) take all appropriate measures to eliminate discrimination against women by an individual, organization or company; 4. This Convention is open to the accession of all States. Membership is achieved through the tabling of an accession instrument with the Secretary-General of the United Nations. 2. Committee meetings are normally held at United Nations Headquarters or in any other appropriate location defined by the Committee. (Amendment, ratification status) 1. As a general rule, the committee meets for a period of no more than two weeks per year to review reports submitted in accordance with Article 18 of this agreement. (d) to preserve all types of formal and non-formal education and training, including types of functional literacy and, among other things, the usefulness of all community and outreration services to improve their technical skills; 2. The fiancé and marriage of a child have no legal effect and all necessary measures, including legislation, are taken to set a minimum age of marriage and make it mandatory to register marriages in an official register.

(f) take all appropriate measures, including legislation, to amend or abolish laws, regulations, customs and practices that discriminate against women; Noting that the Universal Declaration of Human Rights reaffirms the principle of inadmissibility of discrimination and proclaims that all human beings are born free and equal with dignity and rights and that everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms mentioned in it, regardless of nature, including gender distinction, (h) access to specific educational information to ensure the health and well-being of families , including information and advice on family planning.