The Commission on Legal Empowerment of the Poor aims to make legal protection and economic opportunity not the privilege of the few but the right of all. This publication consists of the outcomes of five working groups which were created to inform the Commission's deliberations through substantive work in the following thematic areas: Access to Justice and Rule of Law; Property Rights; Labour Rights; and Business Rights. The last chapter, Road Maps for Implementation of Reforms, combines all findings of the work into a tool kit for policymakers in proposing reforms and measuring results.Raising one voice: Training manual for advocates of the rights of child domestic workers.27 ac ILOa#39;s Gender Mainstreaming Strategy (GEMS) and Toolkit for Asia and the Pacific includes elements that can be applied to law reform processes to anbsp;...
|Title||:||Making the Law Work for Everyone|
|Publisher||:||LEP - 2008|