WOMEN AND THE LAW: THE CONSTRUCTION OF GENDER EQUALITY IN THE BRAZILIAN LEGAL SYSTEM

Roselia Furman Carneiro da SILVA, Priscila Luciene Santos de LIMA, Viviane Coêlho de Séllos KNOERR

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The aim of this study is to conduct a historical analysis of the construction of gender equality in Brazil, emphasizing the trajectory performed by the women's movement to have secured the main Brazilian constitutions, the rights inherent to women and minorities classes considered from the point of view of history they were broken 97 down, and put a level of inequality in relation to men. Far It will be an analysis of the mechanisms and devices that have been the basis for the implementation of human rights in the country; among them was elencada the Declaration of Human Rights of 1948, which reflected the right one in the constitutionalisation of minority rights inherent ace classes, which until then were somewhat sidelined.


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Revista Jurídica e-ISSN: 2316-753X

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