A report documenting the myriad challenges girls face as female and as children in education, related to harmful cultural practices and the denial of rights in relation to inheritance and social protection. It documents a lopsided pendulum in the legal protection of children, tipped in favour of boys.

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'My job can be pretty depressing': how Africa's legal systems are tipped against girls

An Article by by Violet Odala (LLD), African Child Policy Forum
Source : The Guradian
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