Enhanced Southeast Asia regional processes that facilitate CEDAW implementation.
Increased awareness among formal, semi-formal and informal justice system actors of CEDAW commitments.
Increased knowledge and skills to apply CEDAW compliance in the development and monitoring of new and revised legislative frameworks.
Strengthened monitoring and accountability mechanisms for implementation of CEDAW commitment.
Increased ability of CSOs to advocate for law reform through improved tools and methods for legal reviews of national laws to ensure compliance in CEDAW, and through enhanced understanding of issues faced by disadvantaged groups of women.
Strengthened understanding of WHR norms and standards, and increased use of international instruments such as CEDAW and the Optional Protocol to the CEDAW Convention (OP-CEDAW) among legal professionals, law makers and justice sector actors, which resulted in an expanded regional pool of WHR experts.
Improved understanding of inter-agency coordinated implementation and monitoring on CEDAW by parliamentary, judiciary and executive arms of governments at national and subnational levels in several counters.