Submission to the UPR: Women’s access to justice in the Philippines
The submission to the UPR process elaborated by the Women´s Legal and Human Rightsi Bureau, Inc from the Philippines addresses the issue of women’s access to justice in the country, which highlights technology-related violence against womenStyle Information: N/a Source: www.takebackthetech.net/whatstheissue ">i (VAW) as an emerging form of VAW. The submission also looks at the gaps and challenges in available domestic remedies to survivors of violence and abuse against women online, criticizing that existing laws on VAW do not guarantee the prosecution of technology-related VAW. It further highlights the importance of women’s access to the interneti and their representation in policyi processes as integral to their right to access to justice.
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