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BookFoundation for Women's Rights in Kenya (2012)
Breaking the barriers: women participation in reform processes in Kenya
Nairobi: Foundation for Women's Rights in Kenya. 65p.

Periodical articleKameri-Mbote, Patricia; Kabira, Nkatha (2008)
Separating the baby from the bath water: women's rights and the politics of constitution-making in Kenya
Abstract presentEast African Journal of Peace and Human Rights. Volume 14 #1. p. 1-43.

Periodical articleMajtenyi, C. (2002)
Women, politics, and the constitution: an interview with Jael Mbogo
Wajibu. Volume 17 #2. June-Aug.. p. 5-7.

Periodical articleIhonvbere, J. (2000)
Constitution-making and constitutionalism in post-colonial Africa
Southern Africa Political & Economic Monthly. Volume 13 #11. August-September. p. 46-48.

Periodical articleMisihairabwi, Priscilla; Matshe, Thoko; Mahlunge, Yvonne; Zigomo, Lydia; Mothobi-Tapela, Iwani; Kazembe, Joyce Laetitia (2000)
See this publicationZimbabwean Women Engage with the Constitution: Interview With: Priscilla Misihairabwi
Abstract presentSAFERE: Southern African Feminist Review. Volume 4 #1. p. 47-60.

Periodical articleChiroro, B. (1999)
Engendering democracy: women's participation in the constitutional reform process
Southern Africa Political & Economic Monthly. Volume 13 #1. October. p. 50-53.

Periodical articleGalloy, Martine Renee (1998)
Kenyan Women and Electoral Processes: The Vagaries of the Long Road to Leadership
Abstract presentSAFERE: Southern African Feminist Review. Volume 3 #1. p. 3-18.

Periodical articleOkille, P. (1998)
Women Councillors: Token Representatives?
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #24. September-December. p. 16-18.

Periodical articleTamale, S. (1998)
Why affirmative action in Uganda is a sham
Defender (Kampala, Uganda). Volume 4 #1. p. 17-20.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1997)
Kenya at crossroads: constitutional reforms and holding of a free and fair election is our common challenge
Nairobi Law Monthly. #70. August-September. p. 8-42, 46.

Periodical articleWaliggo, J.M. (1996)
Did women get a raw deal in the new constitution?
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #17. January-June. p. 37-43.

Periodical articleSegar, Julia; White, Caroline (1992)
See this publicationFamily Matters and the State: Policy and Everyday Life
Abstract presentTransformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa. #20. p. 61-74.

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