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Review of law sciences

Abstract

This article critically analyzes existing legal framework with respect to protecting women’s right; substantiating their equal status in society; creating new opportunities to promote better equality between men and women. Author researches UN Sustainable Development Goals framework with the intention of compiling a roadmap to further the agenda on women’s rights in Uzbekistan with global perspective.

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