The Madagascan Nationality Code denies women equality with men in respect of the right to nationality. Our work is focused on documenting the impact of this gender discrimination in the country’s nationality law and advocating for its reform. 
In early 2015, we conducted more than 25 in-depth interviews with women who have experienced gender discrimination in nationality laws, and a further 13 with government officials and other key stakeholders, as part of a comparative study involving research in several countries. We published our findings in a key report My Children's Future: Ending Gender Discrimination in Nationality Laws