b) in any other existing international convention, treaty or agreement for that state. 2. Any State party may, at the time of signing or ratification of this Convention or its accession, declare that it is not bound by paragraph I of this article. The other States Parties are not bound by this paragraph with respect to a State Party that has made such a reservation. (d) not to refrain from acts or practices of discrimination against women and to ensure that authorities and institutions act in accordance with this obligation; States Parties take all appropriate measures, including legislation, to crack down on all forms of trafficking in women and the exploitation of women`s prostitution. 1. As a general rule, the committee meets for a period of no more than two weeks per year to review reports submitted in accordance with Article 18 of this agreement. 2. States parties grant women the same rights as men with regard to the nationality of their children. (f) take all appropriate measures, including legislation, to amend or abolish laws, regulations, customs and practices that discriminate against women; 1.
The Committee reports annually on its activities to the United Nations General Assembly and can make general proposals and recommendations based on the review of reports and information obtained by States Parties. These general proposals and recommendations will be included in the Committee`s report, accompanied, if necessary, by the comments of the States Parties. 1. This Convention is open to the signature of all states. (c) the elimination of a stereotypical view of the role of men and women, at all levels and in all forms of education, through the promotion of co-education and other forms of education that will contribute to achieving this goal, including the revision of textbooks and curricula and the adaptation of teaching methods; (b) take appropriate legislation and other measures, including, where appropriate, sanctions prohibiting discrimination against women; (b) to participate in the formulation and implementation of government policy and to assign public functions and to assume all public functions at all levels of power; (d) The same opportunities for scholarships and other scholarships; (c) the same rights and obligations during the period of marriage and dissolution; 2. Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph I of this article, contracting states provide women with appropriate services in relation to pregnancy, childbirth and the postnatal period, providing, where appropriate, free services and adequate nutrition during pregnancy and breastfeeding. (b) access to the same curricula, exams, teachers with the same qualifications of the same standard, and classrooms and equipment of the same quality; Status of ratification, reservations and declarations, in view of international conventions adopted under the auspices of the United Nations and specialized institutions for the promotion of equality between men and women, 2. States Parties grant women in civil matters the same legal capacity as men and the same means of exercising that capacity. In particular, they give women the same right to enter into contracts and manage property and treat them in the same way in court at all stages of the proceedings. 3. The protection rules for the subjects covered in this article are reviewed periodically in light of scientific and technological knowledge and, if necessary, revised, repealed or extended.