Clara González de Behringer, First Female Lawyer in Panama and the First Latinamerican Female to earn a PhD in Law

Would you complete College studies knowing that you will not be allowed to practice your profession? Clara Gonzalez did it! Clara González She was born in Panama in the late nineteenth century, from a humble family, she lived with her parents and a younger brother. Her childhood was lived under the influence of a civil … Continue reading “Clara González de Behringer, First Female Lawyer in Panama and the First Latinamerican Female to earn a PhD in Law”

Register the birth of a child, is not yet a right for every women

Having a birth certificate is foundational. Birth certificates are the first step toward a legal identity. However, in some economies, mothers cannot register the birth of a child in the same way as fathers. In Greece, the father is legally obligated to register the child; the mother needs a special mandate by a notary attorney to … Continue reading “Register the birth of a child, is not yet a right for every women”

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