Forging democracy from below: Insurgent transitions in South Africa and El Salvador. Market citizenship and new democracies: The ambiguous legacies of the Chilean women's movement. Historical institutionalism in comparative politics. Johannesburg, South Africa: Ravan Press. Women's movements and democratic transition in Chile, Brazil, East Germany and Poland. South Africa, limits to change: The political economy of transition 2nd ed.
The women's movement in Latin America: Feminism and the transition to democracy. This includes the colonial conquest of Zambia expanding upon the role played by venture capital and the demands of manufacturing capitalism in the colonisation of large parts of Africa. The article argues that a complex interaction of variables contributed to the achievement of certain positive gender outcomes. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, York University, Toronto, Canada. The place of women in both colonial settler society and indigenous society is also dealt with. Johannesburg, South Africa: Centre for Applied Legal Studies.
Representation, participation and democratic effectiveness: Feminist challenges to representative democracy in South Africa. International Feminist Journal of Politics , 3 2 , 207- 236. Due to the numerous armed conflicts in the continent-which is home to nearly half of the 42 ongoing conflicts — African women are in charge of the majority of households and are key food producers, and they represent more than 43 percent of the agricultural labour force, in addition to playing a major role in managing poultry, dairy animals, fisheries, aquaculture, and the marketing of handcrafts and food products. The politics of engagement: Women transforming the policy process-domestic violence legislation. The event is preparatory to the 26th Summit which will bring together the heads of states and governments of the 54 African countries in Addis Ababa on 21-31 January.
Transitions from authoritarian rule: Prospects for democracy. Johannesburg, South Africa: University of Witswatersrand, Centre for Applied Legal Studies. On the one hand this alternate story exposes the paradox between local and national memory while on the other hand it brings into focus the local experience of the intersection between international transitional justice discourses and national transition politics. The origins, history and process of the Women's National Coalition. This article explores the conditions under which women's mobilizations during transitions to democracy can achieve some of their aims. Gender, nationalism and transformation: Difference and commonality in South Africa past and present.
Comparative Politics , 35 3 , 252- 272. A fascinating account which discusses the indigenous peoples at the Cape at the time of the Dutch colonisers' arrival, through to the years of apartheid. The long journey: South Africa's quest for a negotiated settlement. Protest, policy and the problem of violence against women. A broad women's coalition, the Women's National Coalition, did play an important role.
In weaving these stories together, Manning shows how the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, the Mediterranean Sea, and the Indian Ocean fueled dynamic interactions among black communities and cultures and how these patterns resembled those of a number of connected diasporas concurrently taking shape across the globe. World Development, 28 7 , 1365- 1378. Engendering the political agenda: A South African case study. World Politics, 22 1 , 167- 192. Integrated within this theme is the further theme of alternative histories and counter-memories of struggle from below. African women in the Durban struggle, 1985-1986.
Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. Feminist Studies, 29 3 , 541- 561. Author by : Warren J. The place of women in both colonial settler society and indigenous society is also dealt with. Feminist Studies, 29 3 , 505- 528.
European Journal of Political Research, 37 4 , 431- 468. Johannesburg, South Africa: Author Wood, E. Gender and democratic politics: A comparative analysis of Argentina and Chile. In focusing on counter memories of violence and transition this book aims to tell a different version of South African liberation history in relation to the dominant narrative. The place of women in both colonial settler society and indigenous society is also dealt with. A fascinating account which discusses the indigenous peoples at the Cape at the time of the Dutch colonisers' arrival through to the years of apartheid. Cape Town, South Africa: David Philip.
Struggles in Southern Africa for survival and equality. Latin American Research Review, 38 1 , 9- 32. Instead, he follows the multiple routes that brought Africans and people of African descent into contact with one another and with Europe, Asia, and the Americas. Johannesburg, South Africa: Ravan Press. Women in South Africa's transition to democracy. Democratization, 10 1 , 157- 178.