2018
DOI: 10.4000/cal.8515
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A violência de gênero e o Estado patrimonial na Nicarágua: o avanço e o retrocesso da Lei 779

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“…In practice, this discourse has led to the marginalization of women’s rights as a policy priority. For example, the Ortega government has upheld a total ban on abortion since 2007 and many gender-based violence cases are funneled into mediation or family counseling rather than processed within the criminal justice system (Neumann, 2018).…”
Section: The Social and Political Context Of Femicide In Nicaraguamentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In practice, this discourse has led to the marginalization of women’s rights as a policy priority. For example, the Ortega government has upheld a total ban on abortion since 2007 and many gender-based violence cases are funneled into mediation or family counseling rather than processed within the criminal justice system (Neumann, 2018).…”
Section: The Social and Political Context Of Femicide In Nicaraguamentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Domestically, the most important alliance shaping Nicaragua's gender regime is the one Ortega has established with conservative religious groups (Neumann, forthcoming). To maintain their support, Ortega has publicly opposed abortion (illegal since 2006), employed family‐centric rhetoric (Jubb ), and used public resources to support religious groups (Lara ).…”
Section: Comparative Analytical Approach and Data Sourcesmentioning
confidence: 99%