Morocco's Inheritance Laws Are Hurting Women and Must Be Reformed
Men are economically privileged and have access to property, land, industry and commerce. Women, meanwhile, are left on the margins. They cannot even benefit from their rightful inheritance when a father, brother or husband dies, writes Moha Ennaji for The Conversation Africa.
The Conversation Africa, 24 April 2018
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