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Legal skills on the need to promote Congolese women: Analysis of some provisions relating to the management of family assets and the fight against gender-based violence


Volume 53, Issue 2, March 2021, Pages 163–173

 Legal skills on the need to promote Congolese women: Analysis of some provisions relating to the management of family assets and the fight against gender-based violence

Denis Mukwege Mukengere1, Chancelier Bahati Cirimwami2, and Patrick Mugisho Musafiri3

1 PhD, Professor, Nobel Prize of Peace 2018, Medical Director, Panzi Hospital, RD Congo
2 Msc, PhD student, Pharmacist inspector of the province of South kivu, Teacher and researcher in university institutions, RD Congo
3 Msc, IT manager in Panzi foundation, RD Congo

Original language: English

Copyright © 2021 ISSR Journals. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

Abstract


The present examines the persistence of inequalities among women in certain aspects: at the cultural, social and economic level which constitutes a great constraint and lock in the development process. It is carried out using the statistical method with interview, interview, direct observation and documentary techniques. The use of the hypothesis test and analysis of variance of monthly expenses and income led us to confirm 95% that women are not only sexually exploited, but also for economic and commercial purposes; for the benefit of pimps, responsible for brothels in the city of Bukavu, by the fact that they earn an income that does not cover their basic vital needs. The repercussions of this exploitation produce the perverse effects observed by juvenile delinquency, marginalization, poverty and vulnerability.The law, however, hinders women and gives this practice a form of modern slavery. The absence of legal texts that promote women are all ills to which the legislator must remedy through egalitarian legislation favorable to women.

Author Keywords: skills, promote, woman, violence, gender.


How to Cite this Article


Denis Mukwege Mukengere, Chancelier Bahati Cirimwami, and Patrick Mugisho Musafiri, “Legal skills on the need to promote Congolese women: Analysis of some provisions relating to the management of family assets and the fight against gender-based violence,” International Journal of Innovation and Scientific Research, vol. 53, no. 2, pp. 163–173, March 2021.