27. In line with its General Recommendation no. 38 (2020) on Trafficking in Women and Girls in the Context of Global Migration, the Committee urges the State party to:
(f) Prosecute and adequately punish any person perpetuating slavery, ensuring enslaved women and girls are immediately freed, issued identification documentation and provided with long-term rehabilitation services.
33. In line with its general recommendation No. 32 (2014) on the gender-related dimensions of refugee status, asylum, nationality and statelessness of women, the Committee recommends that the State party:
(a) Repeal the discriminatory sections of the Nationality Law to ensure that women and men enjoy equal rights, in law and in practice, to acquire, transfer, retain and change their nationality, in line with article 9 of the Convention, including the right to transmit it to their children, as naturalized Yemeni citizens, and with respect to non-national spouses; ensuring this includes full retroactive implementation of the law and the abolishment of any additional requirements placed on Yemeni women to acquire prior ministerial approval with respect to nationality;
(b) Repeal article 4.B of the Nationality Law, which discriminates against children with disabilities;
(c) Issue directives to officials issuing official identity documents that women do not require the accompaniment of a male guardian to access the services;
(d) Expedite procedures to provide civil documentation to all groups in a situation of disadvantage, including internally displaced persons, and step up efforts to raise awareness among this population of their human rights and their right to access public services;
(e) Collect disaggregated data on the extent of statelessness in the State party; and
(f) Consider ratifying the 1954 Convention relating to the Status of Stateless Persons and the 1961 Convention on the Reduction of Statelessness.
48. The Committee recommends that the State party:
(b) Raise awareness among the general public of the rights of the Al Muhamasheen community, ensure they are issued national identification, including birth certificates, with which they can access unrestricted public services equal to other Yemeni citizens, and strictly penalize all acts of discrimination committed against them.