Every year, Irene Cohen and Deolinda Rodrigues, two Angolan nationalists, are eulogized on Angolan Women’s Day on March 2; their short and tragic lives are made emblematic of African feminism and national pride. Read more.
The process of the current development agenda does little to advance real development outcomes because of its persistence in catering to economic neoliberalism, which prioritizes economic growth over addressing the structural drivers of women’s subordination and oppression. Read more.
Gender-sensitive social protection programmes are vital to Africa’s mission of eradicating poverty, evolving into an inclusive and equitable society, and fulfilling the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.
The feminist champions of Hausa literature have their pens ready, full of fire, energy and imagination, emitting hidden truths through their words, and steadily reinventing the narratives of women in Northern Nigeria.
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