Personal Status Laws in Morocco and Tunisia: A Comparative Exploration of the Possibilities for Equality-Enhancing Reform in Bangladesh

@article{Tamanna2008PersonalSL,
  title={Personal Status Laws in Morocco and Tunisia: A Comparative Exploration of the Possibilities for Equality-Enhancing Reform in Bangladesh},
  author={N. Tamanna},
  journal={Feminist Legal Studies},
  year={2008},
  volume={16},
  pages={323-343}
}
  • N. Tamanna
  • Published 2008
  • Sociology
  • Feminist Legal Studies
  • This paper focuses on successful reform strategies invoked in parts of the Muslim world to address issues of gender inequality in the context of Islamic personal law. It traces the development of personal status laws in Tunisia and Morocco, exploring the models they offer in initiating equality-enhancing reforms in Bangladesh, where a secular and equality-based reform approach conflicts with Islamic-based conservatism. Recent landmark family law reforms in Morocco show the possibility of… CONTINUE READING
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