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  • Maputo Protocol

    Maputo Protocol

    State Reporting on the Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa (Maputo Protocol)

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The State Reporting Process under the African Commission

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State reporting is a fundamental component in monitoring the implementation of a treaties or human rights instruments. African states that have ratified the Maputo Protocol have an obligation to report to the African Commission.Article 62 of the African Charter and Article 26 (1) of the Maputo Protocol obligates states parties to submit state reports every two years indicating legislative and other measures undertaken towards the full realisation of the rights enshrined in the Maputo Protocol.

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Maputo Protocol Ratification Map

ratification map final Countries that have ratified, signed or not signed the Maputo Protocol.

 green block Ratified   |  yellow block Signed but not Ratified  |  Not Signed 

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    Prof Michelo Hansungle

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    Participants - State Reporting in the Gambia

  • Participants - State Reporting in the Gambia

    Participants - State Reporting in the Gambia

  • Participants - State Reporting in the Gambia

    Participants - State Reporting in the Gambia

  • Participants - State Reporting in the Gambia

    Participants - State Reporting in the Gambia

  • Participants - State Reporting in the Gambia

    Participants - State Reporting in the Gambia

  • Participants - State Reporting in the Gambia

    Participants - State Reporting in the Gambia

  • Participants - State Reporting in the Gambia

    Participants - State Reporting in the Gambia