African Women's Movements

African Women's Movements Women Burst Onto The Political Scene In Africa After The S, Claiming Than One Third Of The Parliamentary Seats In Countries Like Angola, Mozambique, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, And Burundi Women In Rwanda Hold The Highest Percentage Of Legislative Seats In The World Women S Movements Lobbied For Constitutional Reforms And New Legislation To Expand Women S Rights This Book Examines The Convergence Of Factors Behind These Dramatic Developments, Including The Emergence Of Autonomous Women S Movements, Changes In International And Regional Norms Regarding Women S Rights And Representation, The Availability Of New Resources To Advance Women S Status, And The End Of Civil Conflict The Book Focuses On The Cases Of Cameroon, Uganda, And Mozambique, Situating These Countries In The Broader African Context The Authors Provide A Fascinating Analysis Of The Way In Which Women Are Transforming The Political Landscape In Africa, By Bringing To Bear Their Unique Perspectives As Scholars Who Have Also Been Parliamentarians, Transnational Activists, And Leaders In These Movements

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  • Paperback
  • 263 pages
  • African Women's Movements
  • Aili Mari Tripp
  • English
  • 07 October 2019
  • 9780521704908

12 thoughts on “African Women's Movements

  1. says:

    Great book crystal clear and powerful endorsement of the various actors contributing to women s movements in Africa, especially autonomous women s organizations Academic and a niche topic, to be sure but it shouldn t be , but well worth the read.

  2. says:

    305.42096 A2586 2009

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