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12-Jun-2019 10:56

The Penal Code, Personal Status Act, Citizenship Act and Criminal Code all contain provisions that discriminate against women.

In addition, the mix of statutory law, sharia, traditional tribal practices and customary law leave women vulnerable to violence and discrimination.

29 relating to the settlement of disputes concerning the application and interpretation of the convention), A National Strategy for Women’s Development (2006-2015) is currently in place; its principal aims are to increase women’s participation in economic and educational activities, and increase their access to healthcare.

In accordance with Yemen’s constitution, Sharia (Islamic law) is the source of all legislation.

Overall, education attainment in Yemen is also low; according to a survey carried out by the Status of Women in the Middle East and North Africa (SWMENA) Project, 86% of women and 60% of men report that they have less than a secondary-level education.

That said only 29% of women 18-24 have no formal education, compared to 98% of women 65 or older.

Sexual harassment in public spaces is reportedly a significant issue in Yemen.

However, a recent survey conducted for the Status of Women in the Middle East and North Africa (SWMENA) project suggests that Yemeni men and women find domestic violence largely unacceptable, with the majority of respondents (men and women) stating that a husband beating his wife is never justified.

That said, 38% of women felt husbands were always or sometimes justified in beating their wives if she was disobedient or did not follow his orders, 28% felt the same if she neglected the children, and 37% if she went out without telling her husband.

The Yemeni Constitution proclaims equality between women and men in article 41, but also refers to women as ‘men’s sisters’ who have rights and obligations as determined by Sharia law, which forms the basis of all legislation.

Yemen ratified the Convention on the Elimination of All forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) in 1984 (maintaining reservation to Art.Sharia law provides for detailed and complex calculations of inheritance shares.