Women and Law in Southern Africa Research Trust (WLSA)
1987, as Women and Law in Southern Africa Research Project.
Improve legal status of women in Southern Africa; develop research skills of women's laws researchers; conduct research on gender issues in Southern Africa, particularly those related to legal rights; provide information on gender and the law and influencing policy and law reform in each country and exchange this information among member countries; explore and develop new methodologies and perspectives for the study of gender and the law; cooperate and liaise with other organizations in each country, regionally and internationally.
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