2 edition of African women and governance found in the catalog.
African women and governance
African Women and Governance Seminar and Training Workshop (1994 Entebbe, Uganda)
|LC Classifications||HQ1236.5 .A35 A364 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 41 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||41|
|LC Control Number||2006373068|
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ICT, Women’s Status, and Governance in Zimbabwe. ICT, Women’s Status, and Governance in Tanzania, and – 4. ICT, Women’s Status, and Governance in Malawi, and – 5. ICT, Diffusion of Knowledge to Women, Gender Inclusive Governance, and Impacts on Women’s Lives in Three African Nations.
Conclusion. Contributions are by African scholars and researchers from different disciplinary orientations and countries. Grounded in empirical reality as well as the lived experiences of the contributors, the book is an invaluable asset for social scientists, development practitioners, politicians and civil society activists.
The voice of African women has come to the fore in recent years. Identity and concept of self-image is being viewed, though not always directly or by all. Prior to the United Nations Women's Decade of toalmost nothing had been written about African women.
WHY AGA. The African Governance Architecture (AGA) is inspired by the Constitutive Act of the African Union (AU) that expresses the AU’s determination to ‘promote and protect human and people’s rights, consolidate democratic institutions and culture and ensure good governance and the rule of law’.
the African State‘s claim to democratic governance. Responsive and accountable forms of governance demand women‘s effective participation and representation. This study seeks to examine and analyze the different ways in which African women and governance book women leaders in their respective capacities in.
Against this broad picture, what is striking is the more recent downward trend in democratic governance in Africa and the relative position of African governance when viewed on a global basis. Freedom House’s ratings see a pattern of decline since and note that 10 out of 25 countries (worldwide) with declining ratings are in Africa.
professional standards and ethics and weakened the system of governance. The paper lay emphasis on leadership and governance in some selected African countries. The paper observes that for Africa to overcome the crises of leadership and governance African women and governance book the continent.
The book traces the logic behind the decision patterns of female involvement in governance and management. In particular, it identifies the patterns of women’s presence on corporate boards, with respect to theoretical and conceptual argumentation, policy.
Good Governance in Africa 2 countries have experienced the same problems, and that even the economic powerhouse of South African women and governance book is heading down Zimbabwe’s path, suggests there might be something wrong with the democratic system inherited by African nations.
Blaming individuals orFile Size: KB. My book, African Women, ICT and Neoliberal Politics: The Challenge of Gendered Digital Divides to People-Centered Governance (Routledge ), demonstrates the critical importance of engaging African women’s intellectual work, in order to counter the androcentricism of current scholarly literatures across key fields of study and to further Author: Assata Zerai.
The African Women Entrepreneurship Cooperative (AWEC) is a one-of-a-kind, high-touch leadership and business management capacity building program. AWEC focuses on applied learning and collaborative experiences to ensure immediate business impact and the creation of a pan-African network of entrepreneurs, experts and allies.
Part III the perspectives of African women: towards legitimate governance in Africa - the case of affirmative action and parliamentary politics in Uganda, S. Tamale-- rural women in Kenya and the legitimacy of human rights discourse and institutions, C. Itumbi Nyamu. African Governance Systems in the Pre and Post-Independence Periods: Enduring Lessons and Opportunities for Youth in Africa Background In the last 25 years following the collapse of communism in Eastern Europe, the challenges of African governance systems and the nexus between them and the plight of African youth have elicitedFile Size: KB.
Cape Town: Pambazuka Press, pp. £ pap. ISBN 'Women and Security Governance in Africa' edited by ‘Funmi Olonisakin and Awino Okech consists of a collection of African writers whose aim is to underscore and to ‘expose the fallacy of the current paradigm’ which relegates women’s issues to the back burner.
She is co-editor of two books: Women as Global Leaders and Women and Leadership around the World both published by IAP. Faith is co-editor of two book series: Woman and Leadership: Theory, Research and Practice (Information Age Publishing) and Palgrave Studies in African Leadership (Palgrave McMillan).
She earned a doctorate in leadership. Ph Fx ALA Headquarters Hobart & William Smith Colleges Pulteney Street Geneva, NY History Women Security Governance in Africa. Sh 25, Add to Wishlist. "African Perspectives on Governance brings together the views of a group of East and West African scholars on a range of issues relating to how African countries are being governed.
In contrast to most other publications on governance, which tend to reflect primarily the views of the international donor community, this book provides a Pages: Introduction: in the traditions of Professor Victor C. Uchendu and Professor Ifi Amadiume: African women and the challenge of digital divides to people-centered governance --The mobile ecosystem and internet access on the African content: asymmetry and the gender digital divide --ICTs, women's status and governance in Zimbabwe --ICTs, women's.
“We are at the end of our tether!” What African Women are trying to tell the Microfinance Industry. Decem in Development, Governance of markets, Microfinance | Tags: bamako, CADTM, gender and microfinance, governance of financial markets, Microfinance, morocco, recursivity of. African Women for Good Governance (AWGG) Description & History The mission of AWGG is to “unite the African woman all over the world by empowering them to be decision-makers to achieve economic, social and gender justice, a healthy peaceful world and human rights for all.”.
These revolutionary steps to increase female representation in governance have brought many accolades for President Paul Kagame and the RPF. In JanuaryKagame was selected as the winner of the African Gender Award.
33 He was lauded for his leadership in efforts to integrate ‘women into the reconstruction process’, to ‘fight against gender-based violence’, and to protect Cited by: The African Journal of Democracy and Governance (AJDG) is a fully peer-reviewed quarterly, multi- inter- and transdisciplinary journal that publishes editorials, articles, essays, book reviews, and notes on issues related to democracy, good governance, development and peace in Africa.
In the process, many women ministers are pushing for a new model of African governance, one that is more professional, transparent, and responsive to. MEANING OF GOVERNANCEGovernance in GeneralThe word “governance” came from the Latin verb “gubernare,” or more originally from the Greek word “kubernaein,” which means “to steer.” Basing on its etymology, governance refers to the manner of steering or governing, or of directing and controlling, a group of people or a ance is essentially related to politics.
Writing from an African feminist scholar-activist perspective, Assata Zerai emphasizes the voices of women in two ways: (1) she examines how women's access to ICT makes a difference to the success of people-centered governance structures; and (2) she demonstrates how African women's scholarship, too often marginalized, must be used to expand Author: Assata Zerai.
African Women, ICT and Neoliberal Politics: The Challenge of Gendered Digital Divides to People-Centered Governance Book September with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Assata Zerai.
Although the international press closely chronicled the dismantling of South Africa's apartheid policies, it paid little attention to the unique role women from a variety of political parties played in establishing the new government.
Utilizing interviews, participant observation, and archival research, Women in the South African Parliament tells an inspiring story of liberation, showing how. With a regional office in Pretoria, South Africa and a liaison office in Kampala, Uganda: "API is an independent, not-for-profit pan-African think tank designed as a centre of excellence on peace, security and governance, conceived as enablers of sustainable Institute is devoted to field-based research, analysis and serious thinking to generate credible knowledge as the basis.
Advancing women’s rights – the role of global governance. The pervasiveness of gender inequality and violations of girls’ and women’s human rights, despite variations across countries and regions in their forms, manifestations and intensity, co-exists with national level governance systems that are highly uneven in how they tackle this challenge.
African Data Protection Bill and Draft Bills as well as general comments on data protection practices in Africa. She has also published book reviews and other scholarly comments on ICT and privacy law. Apart from her Ph.D., she is currently working on a collaborative book on African subregional regulation of privacy and data protection.
Get this from a library. Women in the South African Parliament: from resistance to governance. [Hannah Evelyn Britton] -- "Although the international press closely chronicled the dismantling of South Africa's apartheid policies, it paid little attention to the unique role women from a.
We will begin with a intimate type of governance system used by African women. In parts of pre-colonial Nigeria, newly-married women of a given town would form an organization designed to look out for their interests and those of their families.
In the book Black Africa, Cheikh Anta Diop explains bicameralism, a type of governance some of. Under the auspices of the African Union, African leaders established the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) in as an instrument for monitoring governance performance among member states.
(). Women and security governance in Africa. African Security Review: Vol. 21, No. 3, pp. Author: Thembani L Mbadlanyana.