A comparative study of structures for women MPs in the OSCE

As a first of its kind in the OSCE region, this study is concerned with the presence and operation of dedicated women’s parliamentary bodies (alternatively referred to as parliamentary struc­tures for women members of parliament (MPs)) that promote gender equality and women’s representation.

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OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR)
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