Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Julissa Delgado: Law to Nowhere

1. Inter-American Commission on Human Rights.“The Situation Of The Rights Of Women In Ciudad Juárez, Mexico: The Right To Be Free From Violence And Discrimination.”

2. Mexico. 20 January 2009 “Ley General de Acceso de las Mujeres a Una Vida Libre de Violencia.”

3. Alcántara, Liliana. "Falla Ley Contra El Feminicidio." El Jan. 31, 2011. Web. 22 Feb. 2011. .

4. El Jan. 31, 2011.

5. Secretary General, “In-depth Study on All Forms of Violence against Women.” Rep. United Nations, 2006. Print. (Secretary General, Section F. entitled ‘Challenges and obstacles,’ 23)

6. Margesson, Rhoda, Clare Seelke, Nina M. Serafino, Luisa Blanchfield, and Tiaji Salaam-Blyther. “International Violence Against Women: U.S. Response and Policy Issues.” Rep. no. RL34438. Congressional Research Service, 2009. Print. (Blanchfield, Margesson, Salaam-Blyther, Seelke, and Serafino, 24)

7. (Secretary General, 34)

8. United Nations. International Covenant on Civil and Human Rights Concluding observations of the Human Rights Committee, Consideration of reports submitted by States Parties under article 40 of the Covenant Ninety-eighth session May, 2010.

9. Kristen J. Roe, "The Violence Against Women Act and Its Impact on Sexual Violence Public Policy: Looking Back and Looking Forward." National Alliance to End Sexual Violence (September 2004): 1-10.

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11. United States. U.S.Department of Justice. Office on Violence Against Women. Biennial Report to Congress on the Effectiveness of Grant Programs Under the Violence Against Women Act, 2006. 2007. Print. (U.S. Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women, 142)

12. (U.S. Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women, 19)

13. (U.S. Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women, 32)

14. El Jan. 31, 2011.

15. Meyer-Emerick, Nancy. "Policy Makers, Practitioners, Citizens: Perceptions of the Violence Against Women Act of 1994,." Administration & Society 33.629 (2002): 629-63. Print. (Meyer-Emerick, 659)

16. (Meyer-Emerick, 659)

17. (Mexico, Article 8 Section II).

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19. (Secretary General, 77).

20. (Meyer, 637).

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22. Rea, Daniela. “Urgen reformar la ley promujeres.” El Mañ Jan 16, 2011. Web. 22 Feb. 2011.

23. (Stolz, 402)

24. NSVRC. “IVAWA Approved by Senate Committee.” Accessed 22 Feb. 2011.

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