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Book chapterBadran, Hoda (1993)
Women's Human Rights: A Conditionality for Sustainability
In: Faris, Mohamed A. and Hasan Khan, Mabmood (eds.). Sustainable Agriculture in Egypt. Boulder, Colorado: Lynne Rienner Publishers.

BookNzomo, Maria (ed.) (1993)
Empowering Kenya Women: Report of a Seminar on Post-Election Women's Agenda: Forward Looking Strategies to 1997 and Beyond, Held in Nairobi, February 20, 1993
Nairobi: National Committee on the Status of Women. March. 92p.

BookProcek, Eva (ed.) (1993)
Changing Roles of Women in Botswana
Gaborone: Botswana Society on Behalf of Supa-Ngwao Museum Society, Francistown. Proceedings of the Conference on Changing Roles of Women in Botswana, October 31, 1992, Francistown, Botswana. Occasional Paper #6. 89p.

Periodical articleTsanga, Amy S. (1993)
Legal Education and Legal Services in Zimbabwe: A Focus on Women, Law and Culture
Beyond Law. Volume 3 #8. December. p. 11.

BookUmtapo Centre (1993)
Taking Steps to Challenge the Oppression of Women
Durban, South Africa: Umtapo Centre. 38p.

Book chapterBatubo, Pauline F. (1992)
Discrimination against Women
In: Osakue, Grace and Okojie, Jane and Osakue, Duncan (eds.). Women and Education: Edited Proceedings of the Third Annual Women in Nigeria Conference. Samaru, Nigeria: Women in Nigeria (WIN). p. 121-123.

Book chapterButegwa, Florence (1992)
Challenges of Promoting Legal Literacy among Women in Uganda
In: Schuler, Margaret and Kadirgamar-Rajasingham, Sakuntala (eds.). Legal Literacy: A Tool for Women's Empowerment. New York: Widbooks. p. 139-159.

Periodical articleHendricks, Cheryl (1992)
Rumours of Rape: An Analysis of Sexual Harassment at the University of Western Cape
Southern Africa Political and Economic Monthly. Volume 5 #6. March. p. 7-14.

BookIlukena, Alfred (1992)
Gender and the Curriculum: The Namibian Experience
Windhoek: United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and the Ministry of Education, Culture, Youth and Sport. 51p.

Conference paperKoczka, J. (1992)
Reflections on Education for Girls in Kenya: A Human Right, a Social Gain
New York: UNICEF. Paper Presented for the NGO Committee.

Book chapterKuenyehia, Akua (1992)
Educational Concerns: Legal Literacy and Law Enforcement Agencies in Ghana
In: Schuler, Margaret and Kadirgamar-Rajasingham, Sakuntala (eds.). Legal Literacy: A Tool for Women's Empowerment. New York: Widbooks.

Book chapterKuenyehia, Akua (1992)
Women and Law: Current Status of Teachers and Research on Gender
In: Kumekpor, Maxine and Manuh, Takyiwaa and Adomako, Akosua (eds.). Proceedings of the Gender Analysis Workshop. Legon: University of Ghana, Development and Women's Studies.

BookMackenzie, Liz (1992)
On Our Feet: Taking Steps to Challenge Women's Oppression: A Handbook on Gender and Popular Education Workshops
Bellville, South Africa: University of the Western Cape, Centre for Adult and Continuing Education. 171p.

Book chapterVeneKlasen, Lisa (1992)
Legal Literacy and Political Organizing: Women's Legal Rights, Organizing and Political Participation in Africa
In: Schuler, Margaret and Kadirgamar-Rajasingham, Sakuntala (eds.). Legal Literacy: A Tool for Women's Empowerment. New York: Widbooks.

BookAbena Dolphine, F. (1991)
The Emancipation of Women: An African Perspective
Accra: Ghana University Press. 107p.

BookUnited Nations. Economic Commission For Africa (1991)
Barriers to Access of Rural Women to Land, Livestock, and Other Productive Assets, Extension Services and Credit in Selected African Countries
Addis Ababa: United Nations. Economic Commission For Africa (ECA). 39p.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1990)
See this publicationA Woman's Right to Political Participation in Africa
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 37 #1. 1st Quarter. p. 49-56.

BookArdayifo-Schandorf, Elizabeth; Kwafo-Akoto, Kate (1990)
Women in Ghana: An Annotated Bibliography
Accra: Woefi Publishing Services. 427p.

Periodical articleJirira, Kwanele O. (1990)
The Condition of Women: Has it Improved?
Southern Africa. Volume 3 #6. April. p. 19-23.

BookKakooza, Teresa T. (1990)
A Report on the Constitution Consultation Training Project in the Ministry of Women in Development for the Period October 1989 to March 1990
Kampala: Ministry of Women in Development. 98p.

BookMaboreke, Mary (1990)
Women's Law Problems of Methodology, Strategy and the Homo Sapiens Identikit: Some Observations
Oslo: University of Oslo, Institute of Women's Law. Working Paper #20. February.

Periodical articlePittin, Renee (1990)
See this publicationSelective Education: Issues of Gender, Class and Ideology in Northern Nigeria
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 17 #48. Autumn. p. 7-25.

BookPittin, Renee I. (1990)
Selective Education: Issues of Gender, Class and Ideology in Northern Nigeria
Hague, Netherlands: Institute of Social Sciences. Working Paper #13. 42p.

Conference paperPittin, Renee I. (1990)
Selective Education: Issues of Gender Class and Ideology in Northern Nigeria
Paper presented at the 33rd Annual Conference of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 1-4, 1990, Baltimore, Maryland. Atlanta. Emory University.

Book chapterTsanga, Amy S. (1990)
Legal Education as Research in Zimbabwe
In: Armstrong, Alice K. (ed.). Perspectives on Research Methodology: Working Paper No. 2. Harare, Zimbabwe: Women and Law in Southern Africa Research Project. December.

BookUNICEF (1990)
Children and Women of Ghana: A Situation Analysis
Accra: UNICEF. June. 253p.

Book chapterKarani, Florida A. (1989)
Educational Policies and Women's Education
In: Mbeo, M.A. and Ooko-Ombaka, O. (eds.). Women and Law in Kenya: Perspectives and Emerging Issues. Nairobi: Public Law Institute. p. 23-28.

Book chapterOkeyo, Achola-Pala (1989)
On Theory and Methods: Issues in the Study of Women in Africa
In: Mbeo, M.A. and Ooko-Ombaka, O. (eds.). Women and the Law in Kenya: Perspectives and Emerging Issues. Nairobi: Public Law Institute.

Periodical articleSow, Fatou (1989)
See this publicationSenegal: The Decade and Its Consequences
Issue. Volume 17 #2. Summer. p. 32-36.

Periodical articleVarghese, S. (1989)
Girls and Women in Science and Technology Based Careers
Science Education in Zambia Annual Journal. p. 36-38.

BookChihana, C. (1988)
Women Leadership and Development Planning: When Will Humanity Smile?
Background Paper for the Southern African Trade Union Coordination Council (SATUCC) Women's Workshop, April 11-16, 1988. Harare: Southern Africa Education Programme. 12p.

Book chapterKisekka, Mere N. (1988)
Polygyny and the Status of African Women
In: Ogunsheye, F.A. (ed.). Nigerian Women and Development. Ibadan: Ibadan University Press. p. 74-89.

BookMcFadden, Patricia (1988)
Seminar on the Crisis in Africa and Women's Vision of the Way Out. Final Report
Dakar, Senegal: Association of African Women for Research and Development (AAWORD). 27p.

Book chapterSouth West African People's Organization (SWAPO) (1988)
Education for Subservience and Liberation: Another Perspective
In: Wood, Brian (ed.). Namibia, 1884-1984: Readings on Namibia's History and Society. London: Namibia Support Committee. Lusaka: United Nations Institute for Namibia. p. 425-430.

BookTsanga, Amy S. (1988)
Women, Law and Culture: A Case for the Expansion of Legal Education in Zimbabwe with Particular Emphasis on Law Reforms Affecting Women
Oslo: University of Oslo, Institute of Women's Law. Working Paper #18.

BookWhite, Caroline (1988)
An Affirmative Action Prospectus for South African Universities: The Forgotten Other Half
July. 37p.

Book chapterMensa-Bonsu, H.J.A.N. (1987)
The Subtle Effect of Legislation on Women and Childbearing
In: Benneh, George and Gyepi-Garbrah, Ben and Nabila, John S. (eds.). National Conference on Population and National Reconstruction, April 7-10, 1986, University of Ghana, Legon. Legon, Ghana: University of Ghana, Legon. Population Impact Project. p. 229-237.

Periodical articleMunnik, Victor (1987)
Women in Senegal
Africa Insight. Volume 17 #3. p. 214-215.

Periodical articleMunnik, Victor (1987)
Women in Zambia
Africa Insight. Volume 17 #1. p. 60.

Book chapterAumeeruddy-Cziffra, Shirin (1986)
Mauritius: Women Legal Education and Legal Reform
In: Schuler, Margaret (ed.). Empowerment and the Law: Strategies of Third World Women. Washington, D.C.: OEF International. p. 283-287.

Book chapterCallaway, Barbara J. (1986)
Law Education and Social Change: Implications for Hausa Muslim Women in Nigeria
In: Iglitzin, Lynne B. and Ross, Ruth (eds.). Women in the World, 1975-1985: The Women's Decade. Santa Barbara, California: ABD-Clio. Studies in Comparative Politics. p. 181-205.

Dissertation / thesisMolutsi, Patrick (1986)
Social Stratification and Inequality in Botswana: Issues in Development, 1950-1985
Ph.D. dissertation: University of Oxford, Oxford, Great Britain. 426p.

Dissertation / thesisSchuler, Margaret A. (1986)
Women, Law, and Development: An Exploration of Legal Educational and Organizational Strategies to Raise the Status of Low-Income Third World Women
Ed.D. Dissertation: George Washington University, Washington, DC. 253p.

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