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    Human Rights, Formalization and Women’s Land Rights in Southern and Eastern Africa

    Ikdahl, Ingunn, Anne Hellum Randi Kaarhus, Tor A. Benjaminsen, and Patricia Kameri-Mbote. 2005. Human Rights, Formalization and Women’s Land Rights in Southern and Eastern Africa. 26. Aas, Norway: Noragric. 

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    Topics: Economies, Gender, Women, Gendered Power Relations, Patriarchy, Gender Equality/Inequality, Households, International Organizations, Rights, Human Rights, Land Rights, Women's Rights Regions: Africa, East Africa, Southern Africa Countries: Kenya, Mozambique, South Africa, Tanzania, Zimbabwe Keywords: development, economics, law, women's land rights, women, International actors

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    Securing Women’s Interests within Land Tenure Reforms: Recent Debates in Tanzania

    Tsikata, Dzodzi. 2003. “Securing Women’s Interests within Land Tenure Reforms: Recent Debates in Tanzania.” Journal of Agrarian Change 3 (1-2): 149-83.

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    Topics: Gender, Women, Gendered Power Relations, Gender Hierarchies, Governance, NGOs, Rights, Land Rights, Women's Rights Regions: Africa, East Africa Countries: Tanzania Keywords: land reform, women, customary law

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    Personal Reflections on Drafting Laws to Improve Women’s Access to Land: Is There a Magic Wand?

    McAuslan, Patrick. 2010. “Personal Reflections on Drafting Laws to Improve Women’s Access to Land: Is There a Magic Wand?” Journal of Eastern African Studies 4 (1): 114-130.

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    Topics: Gender, Women, Gendered Power Relations, Gender Equality/Inequality, Governance, Constitutions, Rights, Land Rights, Women's Rights Regions: Africa, Central Africa, East Africa Countries: Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda Keywords: gender equality, law reform, land policy

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    Women, Wives and Land Rights in Africa: Situating Gender Beyond the Household in the Debate Over Land Policy and Changing Tenure Systems

    Yngstrom, Ingrid. 2002. “Women, Wives and Land Rights in Africa: Situating Gender Beyond the Household in the Debate Over Land Policy and Changing Tenure Systems.” Oxford Development Studies 31 (1): 21-40.

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    Topics: Gender, Women, Political Economies, Rights, Land Rights Regions: Africa, East Africa Countries: Tanzania

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    Gender, Political Participation and the Transformation of Associational Life in Uganda and Tanzania

    Tripp, Aili Mari. 1994. “Gender, Political Participation and the Transformation of Associational Life in Uganda and Tanzania.” African Studies Review 37 (1): 107-31.

    Topics: Gender, Women, Political Participation Regions: Africa, East Africa Countries: Tanzania, Uganda

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    Legal Pluralism & Women’s Rights: A Study in Post-Colonial Tanzania

    Calaguas, Mark J., Cristina M. Drost, and Edward R. Fluet. 2007. “Legal Pluralism & Women’s Rights: A Study in Post-Colonial Tanzania.” Columbia Journal of Gender & Law 16 (2): 471-549.

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    Topics: Ethnicity, Gender, Women, Justice, Religion, Rights, Women's Rights Regions: Africa, East Africa Countries: Tanzania

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    Gender Mainstreaming Experiences from Eastern and Southern Africa

    Tadesse, Matebu, and Abiye Daniel, eds. 2010. Gender Mainstreaming Experiences from Eastern and Southern Africa. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Organisation for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA).

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    Topics: Gender, Gender Mainstreaming, Gendered Power Relations, Gender Equality/Inequality Regions: Africa, East Africa, Southern Africa Countries: Botswana, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe

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    Prostitution or Partnership? Wifestyles in Tanzanian Artisanal Gold-Mining Settlements

    Bryceson, D.F., J.B. Jønsson, and H. Verbrugge. 2013. “Prostitution or Partnership? Wifestyles in Tanzanian Artisanal Gold-Mining Settlements.” Journal of Modern African Studies 51 (1): 33–56.

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    Topics: Economies, Extractive Industries, Gender, Women, Gender Roles, Gendered Power Relations, Livelihoods, Sexual livelihoods, Sexuality Regions: Africa, East Africa Countries: Tanzania

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    Gender and the Politics of the Land Reform Process in Tanzania

    Manji, Ambreena. 1998. “Gender and the Politics of the Land Reform Process in Tanzania.” The Journal of Modern African Studies 36 (4): 645–67.

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    Topics: Gender, Women, Gendered Power Relations, Gender Equality/Inequality, Governance, Rights, Land Rights, Women's Rights Regions: Africa, East Africa Countries: Tanzania

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    Women’s Property Rights and Gendered Policies: Implications for Women’s Long-Term Welfare in Rural Tanzania

    Peterman, Amber. 2011. “Women’s Property Rights and Gendered Policies: Implications for Women’s Long-Term Welfare in Rural Tanzania.” Journal of Development Studies 47 (1): 1–30. doi:10.1080/00220381003600366.

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    Topics: Development, Economies, Gender, Women, Livelihoods, Rights, Property Rights, Women's Rights Regions: Africa, East Africa Countries: Tanzania

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