The African women’s protocol: a new dimension for women’s rights in Africa
This article discusses the development and agreement of the African Women’s Protocol, adopted by African Heads of State in 2003. The authors consider the experience of Oxfam GB in supporting the development and ratification of the Protocol. They make particular reference to the southern African countries of Mozambique, South Africa, and Zambia.
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