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R. Holtmaat, Towards Different Law and Public Policy: The Significance of Article 5a CEDAW for the Elimination of Structural Gender Discrimination, The Hague, Dutch Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment, 2004, x + 163pp. ISBN 90 5901 443. Order No. 14.433/3/04

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 June 2005

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R. Holtmaat, Towards Different Law and Public Policy: The Significance of Article 5a CEDAW for the Elimination of Structural Gender Discrimination, The Hague, Dutch Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment, 2004, x + 163pp. ISBN 90 5901 443. Order No. 14.433/3/04
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