Girls’ Rights are Human Rights

Girls’ Rights are Human Rights is an in-depth study into the status of girls in international law. It analyses existing references to girls and their rights in more than 1,300 international policy documents, covering a period of 87 years from 1930 to 2017. It sheds light on gaps and trends related to girls’ rights in key planks of international law – prompting the question: does the legal framework adequately protect girls from discrimination? The report answers this and makes recommendations to strengthen and advance girls’ rights.

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