Gender-related dimensions of racial discrimination 2000, para. 1
Aug 19, 2019
The Committee notes that racial discrimination does not always affect women and men equally or in the same way. There are circumstances in which racial discrimination only or primarily affects women, or affects women in a different way, or to a different degree than men. Such racial discrimination will often escape detection if there is no explicit recognition or acknowledgement of the different life experiences of women and men, in areas of both public and private life.
Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination
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