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Developing the full range of state obligations and integrating intersectionality in a case of involuntary sterilization : CEDAW Committee, 4/2004, AS v Hungary

Eva Brems (UGent)
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In rewriting the CEDAW Committee's view in ASv Hungary, the author has chosen to enrich these views with relevant elements that were collected among the resources of the broader international human rights protection system. Most of these sources are posterior to the views in AS v Hungary. It should be clear that this exercise is in no way intended to criticize the CEDAW Committee for doing a poor job. Rather, the purpose was to write a text that reflects as accurately as possible the rights that an individual in the position of AS has under international human rights law today, as well as the corresponding obligations of the state authorities.
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Roma Women, involuntary sterilization, International Law, Human Rights Law, CEDAW Committee, AS v Hunagry

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Brems, Eva. 2017. “Developing the Full Range of State Obligations and Integrating Intersectionality in a Case of Involuntary Sterilization : CEDAW Committee, 4/2004, AS v Hungary.” In Integrated Human Rights in Practice : Rewriting Human Rights Decisions, ed. Eva Brems and Ellen Desmet, 234–260. Cheltenham/Northampton: Edward Elgar Publishing.
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Brems, Eva. (2017). Developing the full range of state obligations and integrating intersectionality in a case of involuntary sterilization : CEDAW Committee, 4/2004, AS v Hungary. In Eva Brems & E. Desmet (Eds.), Integrated human rights in practice : rewriting human rights decisions (pp. 234–260). Cheltenham/Northampton: Edward Elgar Publishing.
Vancouver
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Brems E. Developing the full range of state obligations and integrating intersectionality in a case of involuntary sterilization : CEDAW Committee, 4/2004, AS v Hungary. In: Brems E, Desmet E, editors. Integrated human rights in practice : rewriting human rights decisions. Cheltenham/Northampton: Edward Elgar Publishing; 2017. p. 234–60.
MLA
Brems, Eva. “Developing the Full Range of State Obligations and Integrating Intersectionality in a Case of Involuntary Sterilization : CEDAW Committee, 4/2004, AS v Hungary.” Integrated Human Rights in Practice : Rewriting Human Rights Decisions. Ed. Eva Brems & Ellen Desmet. Cheltenham/Northampton: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017. 234–260. Print.
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  author       = {Brems, Eva},
  booktitle    = {Integrated human rights in practice : rewriting human rights decisions},
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  title        = {Developing the full range of state obligations and integrating intersectionality in a case of involuntary sterilization : CEDAW Committee, 4/2004, AS v Hungary},
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