women's rights

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wom·en's rights

(wĭm′ĭnz)
pl.n.
1. Socioeconomic, political, and legal rights for women equal or equivalent to those of men.
2. A movement in support of these rights.

wom′en's

(or wom′an's) rights′


n.pl.
the rights claimed for women, equal to those of men, with respect to suffrage, property, employment, etc.
[1830–40]
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According to data from the Report on the Equality of Women and Men in Bulgaria for 2016, which was adopted by the government earlier today.
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After reviewing the achievements of Tunisian women, the Minister called on civil society to work for the full equality of women and men in order to build a balanced society.
When the Founding Fathers of the UAE gathered to lay down the principles that would govern and lead its future generations, the equality of women in Emirati society was set as an unshakeable cornerstone.
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He doesn't believe in the equality of women in the church, keeping them constantly down in the lower ranks.
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