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00:01:01 1 History
00:01:10 1.1 Ancient history
00:01:19 1.1.1 Mesopotamia
00:02:41 1.1.2 Egypt
00:03:21 1.1.3 India
00:04:00 1.1.4 Greece
00:08:53 1.1.5 Rome
00:16:38 1.1.6 Byzantine Empire
00:18:36 1.1.7 China
00:22:37 1.2 Post-classical history
00:22:47 1.2.1 Religious scriptures
00:22:55 1.2.1.1 Bible
00:23:57 1.2.1.2 Qur’an
00:25:55 1.2.2 Western Europe
00:30:37 1.2.3 Northern Europe
00:35:30 1.3 Modern History
00:35:39 1.3.1 Europe
00:35:47 1.3.1.1 16th and 17th century Europe
00:42:52 1.3.1.2 18th and 19th century Europe
00:50:44 1.3.1.3 Russia
00:53:47 1.3.2 North America
00:53:55 1.3.2.1 Canada
00:55:17 1.3.2.2 United States
00:55:52 1.3.3 Asia
00:56:00 1.3.3.1 East Asia
00:56:07 1.3.3.1.1 Japan
00:58:09 1.3.3.2 Central Asia
00:59:07 1.3.4 Oceania
00:59:15 1.3.4.1 Australia
01:00:35 2 Core concepts
01:00:45 2.1 Natural rights
01:03:42 2.2 Equal employment
01:06:11 2.3 Right to vote
01:09:54 2.4 Property rights
01:11:47 2.5 Freedom of movement
01:14:30 2.6 Informing women about their legal rights
01:15:53 2.7 Discrimination
01:19:56 2.8 Right to health
01:21:17 2.9 Right to education
01:23:55 2.10 Reproductive rights
01:24:04 2.10.1 Legal rights
01:26:24 2.10.2 Birth control
01:29:15 2.10.3 Abortion
01:34:32 2.10.4 Abuse during childbirth
01:35:10 2.10.5 Child marriage
01:35:44 2.10.6 Forced pregnancy
01:36:49 2.11 Freedom from violence
01:38:58 2.12 Family law
01:39:59 3 Modern movements
01:47:24 3.1 United Nations and World Conferences
01:49:26 3.2 World Bank
01:49:48 3.3 Field organisations
01:50:40 4 Human rights
01:50:49 4.1 United Nations convention
01:53:13 4.2 Marriage, divorce, and family law
01:56:20 4.3 Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action
01:57:29 4.4 United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325
01:58:13 4.5 Maputo Protocol
01:59:09 5 Violence against women
01:59:19 5.1 United Nations Declaration
02:01:28 5.2 Istanbul Convention
02:02:50 5.3 Rape and sexual violence
02:03:39 5.3.1 As genocide
02:05:32 5.3.2 As a crime against humanity
02:08:15 5.4 Forced marriage and slavery
02:09:30 5.5 Trafficking Protocol
02:10:24 6 See also

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Women’s rights are the rights and entitlements claimed for women and girls worldwide, and formed the basis for the women’s rights movement in the nineteenth century and feminist movement during the 20th century. In some countries, these rights are institutionalized or supported by law, local custom, and behavior, whereas in others they are ignored and suppressed. They differ from broader notions of human rights through claims of an inherent historical and traditional bias against the exercise of rights by women and girls, in favor of men and boys.Issues commonly associated with notions of women’s rights include the right: to bodily integrity and autonomy; to be free from sexual violence; to vote; to hold public office; to enter into legal contracts; to have equal rights in family law; to work; to fair wages or equal pay; to have reproductive rights; to own property; to education.

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