By: Equality Now, Addu Women’s Association, Family Legal Clinic, Fem Health, Hope for Women, MV Rise Up, Uthema, and Women and Democracy
Rape laws across South Asia insufficient, inconsistent, and poorly enforced, leaving women and girls at heightened risk of sexual violence
INDIA, New Delhi, April 21 – A new report reveals how laws on rape in South Asian countries, including the Maldives, are insufficient, inconsistent, and not systematically enforced, putting women and girls at heightened risk of sexual violence.
Concern about the public dissemination of false information about Uthema
Submission to the 76th session of the UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) to be held in Geneva from 22 June – 10 July 2020
Women’s Participation in Public Life in the Maldives
Uthema, the EU in Sri Lanka & Maldives, and Women Deliver 2019 conducted a live panel discussion, 25 April 2019
Press statement in connection with the 30 August 2018 statement issued by the Human Rights Commission of the Maldives
Statement by Uthema, MDN and VoW.
Concern regarding the destruction of Kulhudhuhfushi wetland