African Feminism: How Should We Change?

Citation:

Tamale, Sylvia. 2006. “African Feminism: How Should We Change?” Development 49 (1): 38–41.

Author: Sylvia Tamale

Abstract:

Sylvia Tamale gives a critical, self-reflexive analysis of the African women's movement, with her proposals for the changes she would like to see. She asks that African feminists transform themselves and societies into a more equitable, democratic and tolerant one.

Topics: Democracy / Democratization, Feminisms, Gender, Women, Governance, Political Participation Regions: Africa

Year: 2006

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