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Gender stereotyping in rape cases: the CEDAW committee's decision in Vertido v the Philippines

(2011) HUMAN RIGHTS LAW REVIEW. 11(2). p.329-342
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sexual assault, sex discrimination, Karen Tayag Vertido v. the Philippines, right to a fair trial, CEDAW, gender stereotypes

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Cusack, Simone, and Alexandra Timmer. 2011. “Gender Stereotyping in Rape Cases: The CEDAW Committee’s Decision in Vertido v the Philippines.” Human Rights Law Review 11 (2): 329–342.
APA
Cusack, S., & Timmer, A. (2011). Gender stereotyping in rape cases: the CEDAW committee’s decision in Vertido v the Philippines. HUMAN RIGHTS LAW REVIEW, 11(2), 329–342.
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Cusack S, Timmer A. Gender stereotyping in rape cases: the CEDAW committee’s decision in Vertido v the Philippines. HUMAN RIGHTS LAW REVIEW. 2011;11(2):329–42.
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Cusack, Simone, and Alexandra Timmer. “Gender Stereotyping in Rape Cases: The CEDAW Committee’s Decision in Vertido v the Philippines.” HUMAN RIGHTS LAW REVIEW 11.2 (2011): 329–342. Print.
@article{1262295,
  author       = {Cusack, Simone and Timmer, Alexandra},
  issn         = {1461-7781},
  journal      = {HUMAN RIGHTS LAW REVIEW},
  keywords     = {sexual assault,sex discrimination,Karen Tayag Vertido v. the Philippines,right to a fair trial,CEDAW,gender stereotypes},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {329--342},
  title        = {Gender stereotyping in rape cases: the CEDAW committee's decision in Vertido v the Philippines},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/hrlr/ngr004},
  volume       = {11},
  year         = {2011},
}

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