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Witness | 12 Nov 2010 18:59 GMT | Politics, Mali
Filmmaker: Rebecca Stewart
In the West African state of Mali, the government is planning to bring in major changes to the family code, which forms the basis for family law in the country.
It is aimed at extending the rights of women, but in a country with a growing Islamic population, there is serious opposition the new family code.
Witness travels extensively through this vast country to try to understand what drives women's attitudes to the new rights their government is trying to give them.
The Family Code aired from October 14, 2010.
Source: Al Jazeera
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