- Collection Type:
- Legal Materials
- Commonwealth of Australia
Full citation: Ostrom, E. (2011). Background on the Institutional Analysis and Development Framework. Policy Studies Journal, 39(1), 7-27.
Full Citation: Agarwal, B., "Bargaining and Gender Relations: Within and Beyond the Household," FCND Discussion Paper No. 27 (IFPRI 1997).
Chinese Title: 北京市实施《妇女权益保障法》办法
This Code of Persons and Family was enacted in 2004 and is usually cited as the 2004 Code of Persons and Family. However, there may also be citations to the same law as the 2002 Code of Persons and Family. This is likely because the National Assembly passed the law in 2002, but then the President signed the law in 2004.
While Family law in Benin is governed by the 2004 Code of Persons and Family. In practice, although customary law is no longer recognized by the courts, women continue to be subject to the Coutumier du Dahomey. The Coutumier du Dahomey is a collection of customs and rules codified in 1931 when Benin was a French colony known as French Dahomey.
Full Citation: Diarra, M., "Better Land Access for Women - Gathering Information and Sharing Lessons," Transitional Programme of Post-Conflict Reconstruction (Nov. 2010).
Full citation: Slavchevska, V., De la O Campos, A. P., Brunelli, C., & Doss, C. (2017). Beyond Ownership: Tracking progress on women’s land rights in Sub-Saharan Africa. In Paper presented at the World Bank Land and Poverty Conference, Washington DC, March 20-24.
Full citation: Villanueva, R., "The Big Picture: Land and Gender Issues in Matrilineal Mozambique," RESEARCH REPORT (May 2011).
Full citation: Sulle, E. and Nelson, F., "Biofuels Investment and Community Land Tenure in Tanzania: The Case of Bioshape, Kilwa District," 73 FUTURE AGRICULTURES WORKING PAPER (2013).
Full Citation: Brulé, R., "Black Market for Brides? NCAER Decentralization," Rural Governance and Inclusive Growth, Retrieved from http://www.ruralgov-ncaer.org/blogs/?p=172 (Mar. 2011).
Full citation: Galik, C. S., & Jagger, P. (2015). Bundles, Duties, and Rights: A Revised Framework for Analysis of Natural Resource Property Rights Regimes.
There are two versions of this law here: the 1984 law and a version with a 2008 amendment.