The main focus of this thesis is on Women’s Human Rights in Qatar. It aims to examine the comparative analysis between the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) with Qatari domestic laws such as Constitution and Family Law. Thesis concentrates on the women’s rights and obligations defined by the Qatari Family Law and compares them to the provision of the Qatari Constitution. The main objective of this research is to compare international standards of human rights with the Qatari Family Law, and not to enter into a discussion on the principles of the human rights given in the Sharia law. In addition, thesis examines several court cases, which provide a great insight into different dynamics of the Qatari courts and interpretation of the Qatari laws. The goal is to evaluate and see if the practices of domestic law are conformed to international standards of women’s human right.