Gender Discrimination: A Review of Legislation in Vanuatu

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Sue Farran
Culture

A review of the legislation of Vanuatu was undertaken at the Emalus Campus of the University of the South Pacific, in Port Vila, over a period of three weeks in December 1999. The initiative for the review came from the Office of the Ombudsman and was undertaken as part of a Good Governance Project of VANWIP (Vanuatu Women in Politics, a branch of the Vanuatu National Council of Women). The review was commissioned as part of a wider programme focusing on governance and accountability in Vanuatu, sponsored by the United Nations. It was undertaken by two Ni-Vanuatu law graduates of the University of the South Pacific, Betty Zinner-Toa and Velma Wano, under the author’s supervision.

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Submitted by Toksave
March 22, 2021
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