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Rwandan women’s political participation and representation after the genocide: impact and concerns
The aim of this thesis is to explore the impact of the numerical rise of Rwandan women’s political participation after the 1994 genocide. I tried to comprehend the factors that facilitate and retrain the entry and effective ...
Improving women participation in the Lebanese political system: patriarchal culture vs women quota. If we agree that patriarchal culture is one main factor of discrimination, is the women quota political system to reduce its effect?
The patriarchal and androcentric system in Lebanon is one of the main root-causes for women backward situation and inequalities. Lebanon is currently discussing in the parliament the drafting of a long due electoral law. ...
The origin of women’s segregation in Lebanon’s political life between patriarchy and consociational democracy
This paper postulates that the overlooked role of political familialism forms the foundation for women’s segregation in Lebanese politics. It focuses on internal features that characterize the dominant political parties ...
Unmuting voices: Dayak women’s narratives on structural and gendered injustice in oil palm expansion in West Kalimantan, Indonesia
(Global Campus, 2017)
This thesis explores how the oil palm expansion process, driven by the capitalisation of nature and labour, renders structural injustice to the Dayak indigenous people in West Kalimantan, Indonesia. Using feminist political ...