How states law can protect rights to equality in African/American family – Rights to equality

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Rights to equality in the family would be a very good idea for study and understanding for who have suffered domestic violence.

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The State shall have the duty to assist the family which is the custodian of morals and traditional values recognized by the community according to African Charter on Human and Peoples Rights (Article 18.2-4):

The State shall ensure the elimination of every discrimination against women and also ensure the protection of the rights of women and the child as stipulated in international declarations and conventions.

The aged and the disabled shall also have the right to special measures of protection in keeping with their physical or moral needs.

American Convention on Human Rights (Article 17.4): The States Parties shall take appropriate steps to ensure the equality of rights and the adequate balancing of responsibilities of the spouses as to marriage, during marriage, and in the event of its dissolution.

In case of dissolution, provision shall be made for the necessary protection of any children solely on the basis of their own best interests.

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