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Session III: Wars against Civilisations
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written by Albertina Sisulu, 1918-2011, Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, fl. 1995, Thenjiwe Mtinso, 1950-, Maureen Wenzel, fl. 2001, Rosalinda Santiz Diaz, fl. 2001, Ayan Mahmoud, fl. 2001, Mejra Dautovic, fl. 2001 and Susanna Ounei, fl. 1997; in Singing in the Dark Times (Bangalore, Karnataka: El Taller and Asian Women's Human Rights Council, 2001)
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written by Albertina Sisulu, 1918-2011, Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, fl. 1995, Thenjiwe Mtinso, 1950-, Maureen Wenzel, fl. 2001, Rosalinda Santiz Diaz, fl. 2001, Ayan Mahmoud, fl. 2001, Mejra Dautovic, fl. 2001 and Susanna Ounei, fl. 1997; in Singing in the Dark Times (Bangalore, Karnataka: El Taller and Asian Women's Human Rights Council, 2001)
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Women and apartheid: Collective trauma and social reconstruction
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written by Tina Sideris, fl. 1988; edited by Joan Chittister, 1936-; in Where Now? Women's Spirituality after the Ecumenical Decade (London, England: Way, 1998), 80-92
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Women and the Market Economy: The Feminization of Poverty?
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written by Dorothy F. Meyer, fl. 1997; edited by Anne Holden Rønning, fl. 1997 and Elizabeth Mary Horkan, fl. 1997; in Women's Future, Survival or Progress?: Papers from the 25th IFUW Triennal Conference, Yokohama, 1995 (Geneva, Geneva Canton: International Federation of University Women, 1997), [21]-39
written by Dorothy F. Meyer, fl. 1997; edited by Anne Holden Rønning, fl. 1997 and Elizabeth Mary Horkan, fl. 1997; in Women's Future, Survival or Progress?: Papers from the 25th IFUW Triennal Conference, Yokohama, 1995 (Geneva, Geneva Canton: International Federation of University Women, 1997), [21]-39
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Part II: Issues Around Human Rights and Women in Africa: A Discussion
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written by Abena P.A. Busia, fl. 2005; in Gender Violence and Women's Human Rights in Africa (New Brunswick, NJ: Center for Women's Global Leadership, 1998, originally published 1994, first release 1994), 9-14
written by Abena P.A. Busia, fl. 2005; in Gender Violence and Women's Human Rights in Africa (New Brunswick, NJ: Center for Women's Global Leadership, 1998, originally published 1994, first release 1994), 9-14
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written by United Nations. Commission on the Status of Women; in Report of the Commission on the Status of Women on its Thirty-Seventh Session, Vienna, 17-26 March 1993 (New York, NY: United Nations, 1993), 22-23
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CEDAW Conference on the United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women, 25th-31st October, 1991
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written by International Alliance of Women (Copenhagen, Capital Region (Denmark): Danish Women's Society, 1992, originally published 1992, first release 1992), 144 page(s)
written by International Alliance of Women (Copenhagen, Capital Region (Denmark): Danish Women's Society, 1992, originally published 1992, first release 1992), 144 page(s)
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Women in India Social Status, Family & Health
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written by Kamla Mankekar, fl. 1984; in Proceedings of the Sixteenth International Conference of the Pan Pacific and Southeast Asia Women's Association (Tokyo Metropolis: Pan Pacific and Southeast Asia Women's Association, 1985, originally published 1985, first release 1985), 193-201
written by Kamla Mankekar, fl. 1984; in Proceedings of the Sixteenth International Conference of the Pan Pacific and Southeast Asia Women's Association (Tokyo Metropolis: Pan Pacific and Southeast Asia Women's Association, 1985, originally published 1985, first release 1985), 193-201
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Low pay victims
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written by Miriam Lovie, fl. 1985 and Young Hai Shin, 1869-1955; in Forum 85, Friday, July 12, 1985 (Nairobi, Nairobi Area District, 1985)
written by Miriam Lovie, fl. 1985 and Young Hai Shin, 1869-1955; in Forum 85, Friday, July 12, 1985 (Nairobi, Nairobi Area District, 1985)
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written by Fatema Mernissi, 1940-2015; in Rural Development and Women in Africa (Geneva, Geneva Canton: International Labour Organization (ILO), 1984), 123-128
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