Ugandan Court Voids Gender-Biased Adultery Law


This is a video of a women’s dancing group at a competition in Lira district (northern Uganda).

From Women’s eNews in the USA:

By Anna S. Sussman

WeNews correspondent

Uganda‘s Supreme Court recently nullified a law that made adultery criminal for women, but not men. The constitutional case also strengthened women’s rights on divorce and inheritance. First in a series on women and the rule of law in Africa.

Ugandan women and universities: here.

Abortion issues in Uganda: here.

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Anti gay government policies in Uganda: here.

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