Iran: Iranian bill a threat to women’s rights
A discriminatory bill in Iran, that undermines women’s right to decide freely whether and when to marry, divorce and have children, and further entrenches domestic violence as a private “family matter”, has moved one step closer to becoming law after its general principles were passed by an overwhelming majority in Parliament on 2 November.
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