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BookBauer, Gretchen; Dawuni, Josephine (eds.) (2016)
Gender and the judiciary in Africa: from obscurity to parity?
Abstract presentNew York; London: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. Routledge Research in Gender and Politics #5. 198p.

Periodical issueGouws, Amanda; Galgut, Hayley (eds.) (2016)
See this publicationSpecial issue: twenty years of the Constitution: reflecting on citizenship and gender justice
Abstract presentAgenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. Volume 30 #1. 145p.

BookKabira, Wanjiku Mukabi (2012)
Time for harvest: women and constitution making in Kenya
Nairobi: University of Nairobi Press. 430p.

Periodical articleVisser, Cornelius; Picarra, Elizabeth (2012)
See this publicationVictor, Victoria or V? A constitutional perspective on transsexuality and transgenderism
Abstract presentSouth African Journal on Human Rights. Volume 28 #3. p. 506-531.

Periodical articleRuppel, Oliver C. (2010)
Women's rights and customary law in Namibia
Abstract presentJournal of African and international law. Volume 3 #2. p. 259-299.

Periodical articleKameri-Mbote, P. (2009)
Gender considerations in constitution making: engendering women's rights in the legal process
Law Journal (Nairobi, Kenya). Volume 5 #1. p. 35-73.

Conference paperKamweru, Esther (ed.) (2002)
Gender gaps in our constitutions: women's concerns in selected African countries
Abstract presentNairobi: Heinrich Boell Foundation, Regional Office for East and Horn of Africa. 128p.

Periodical articleNyamuzuwe, G. (1998)
Why women should participate in constitution making
Social Change and Development. #45. August. p. 29.

Periodical articlePropotkin, P. (1994)
Order, the Daughter Not the Mother of Liberty, An Enquiry into the Legality of the Law and Order (Maintenance) Act of Zimbabwe [Chapter 65] Part 3
Legal Forum. Volume 6 #2. June. p. 42-54.

Periodical articleNhlapo, T. (1992)
Women and the constitution, what to do when culture strikes back
Southern Africa Political & Economic Monthly. Volume 6 #2. November. p. 49-51.

Periodical articleMaboreke, Mary (1988)
Women under Zimbabwean Law
Abstract presentThe Zimbabwe Law Review. Volume 6. p. 64-78.

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