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Arusha strategies for the advancement of women in Africa

Arusha strategies for the advancement of women in Africa

beyond the end of the United Nations Decade for Women.

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Published by Economic Commission for Africa, Organisation for African Unity in [Addis Ababa] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Africa
    • Subjects:
    • Women in development -- Africa -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      Guidelines adopted by the Regional Preparatory Meeting for the World Conference to Review and Appraise the Achievements of the United Nations Decade for Women : Equality, Development, and Peace, held in Arusha, Tanzania from 8-12 October 1984.

      ContributionsUnited Nations. Economic Commission for Africa., Organization of African Unity., Regional Intergovernmental Preparatory Meeting for the World Conference to Review and Appraise the Achievements of the United Nations Decade for Women : Equality, Development, and Peace (1984 : Arusha, Tanzania)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ1240.5.A35 A78 1985
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 51 p. ;
      Number of Pages51
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2429299M
      LC Control Number87117635

      The African continent has demonstrated commitment to promoting gender equality and the empowerment of women. Almost all countries have ratified the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women; more than half have ratified the African Union’s Protocol on the Rights of Women in milestones include the African Union’s declaration of – . Imagine a world where women and men, boys and girls are guaranteed equal rights and opportunities. This is the sole goal the newly launched East Africa Community (EAC) Gender Policy seeks to achieve.

      kinship structures in pre-colonial Africa, utilizing the concepts of “rights in persons” and “wealth in people.” Reviewing the processes of production and reproduction, it explains why most slaves in pre-colonial Africa were women and discusses how slavery and slave trade intensified the exploitation of women.   The advent of the Maputo Protocol and other key Africa Union frameworks speak of the need to bridge the gender gap in education and other sectors as well as underpin the importance of including women in decision-making processes. These documents have set the right pace and environment for women to add their voices on Africa development matters.

        The role of NGOs in promoting the economic advancement of rural women summary report: CIRDAFRICA/IFAD Workshop, Arusha, Tanzania, November 28th-December 2nd, by Marjorie J. Mbilinyi. 0 Ratings 0 Want to read; 0 Currently reading; 0 Have read. The book explains an unexpected consequence of the decrease in conflict in Africa after the s. Analysis of cross-national data and in-depth comparisons of case studies of Uganda, Liberia and Angola show that post-conflict countries have significantly higher rates of women's political representation in legislatures and government compared with countries that have not undergone major conflict.


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The Arusha Strategies for the Advancement of Women in Africa: Beyond the End of the United Nations Decade for Women Regional Intergovernmental Preparatory Meeting for the World Conference to Review and Appraise the Achievements of the United Nations Decade for Women: Equality, Development, and Peace Arusha, Tanzania); United Nations.

Arusha strategies for the advancement of women in Africa. [Addis Ababa]: Economic Commission for Africa: Organisation for African Unity, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: United Nations.

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English, Conference Proceedings, Government publication edition: The Arusha strategies for the advancement of women in Africa [electronic resource]: beyond the end of the United Nations Decade for Women.

Statement to the Fourth Regional Conference on the Integration of Women in Development and on the Implementation of the Arusha Strategies for the Advancement of Women in Africa Agenda Item 5: Implementation of the Arusha Strategies for the Advancement of Women in Africa Beyond the End of the United Nations Decade for Women: regional perspectives.

The Arusha Forward-Looking Strategies for the Advancement of African Women beyond the United Nations Decade for Women are long-term plans for the advancement of African women, principally as agents in development, up to and beyond the year They incorporate and elaborate on the Lagos Plan of Action's recommendations on women and development.

Tanzanian women and girls remain among the most marginalized and underutilized citizens in sub-Saharan Africa. Enabling gender equality and empowering women are critical to advancing progress and growth in Tanzania. Tanzanian women and girls must have greater access to and control over resources, opportunities, and decision-making power in order to sustainably reduce.

Economic Commission for Africa (). Report on strategies for improving women's access to education and training in science and technology in Africa.

ECA Regional Conference on the Integration of Women in Development on the Implementation of the Arusha Strategies for the Advancement of Women in Africa. The Abuia Declaration on Participatory Development: The Rote of Women in the s is the outcome of the fourth Regional Conference on the Integration of Women in Development and on the Implementation of the Arusha Strategies for the Advancement of Women in Africa, held in Abuja, Federal Republic of Nigeria, from 6 to 10 November This paper is a synthesis of three case studies undertaken in Kenya, Sierraleone and Swaziland on "Women and the Scientific Professions in Africa".

The objective of the paper is to review and assess the level of women’s enrolment in science-based training programs and. The EAC Gender Policy, which was launched today at the EAC Headquarters, in Arusha, Tanzania, has been developed to provide guidance on institutionalizing gender strategies in the EAC integration process in addition to ensuring that the rights of women and men, boys and girls are promoted, protected and realised on an equal basis.

Nyerere, Julius () ‘Introductory Speech’. In The Arusha Strategies for the Advancement of Women in Africa. Beyond the end of the United Nations Decade for Women.

Economic Commission for Africa Organisation of African Unity. UNECA, June. Google Scholar. THE East African Community (EAC) is set to mainstream gender and promote the rights of women in all of the bloc's policies and programmes as well as in regional and continental instruments.

The Eastern Africa Sub-Regional Support Initiative for the Advancement of Women (EASSI) is a sub-regional civil society organisation established in to facilitate systematic follow up of the Platforms for Action emanating from the Fourth World Conference on Women held in Beijing, China, in The.

women’s land rights, women’s economic empowerment. The African/Alliance Women in Technology (AWIT) initiative was launched at the World Economic Forum in Cape Town in June Initially a website has been developed and hosted by UN Women and it gathers all the information associated with and emerging from this initiative rwomen.

Strategies for the Advancement of Women adopted at the conference. FEMNET seeks to advance women’s development through the sharing of information, experiences, ideas and strategies among African women’s non-governmental organizations (NGOs).

SinceFEMNET has grown to be a leading regional body. Africa's first peacekeeping operation: the OAU in Chad, by P. Olisanwuche Esedebe (Book) The Organisation of African Unity and its charter by Zdenek Červenka (Book The Arusha strategies for the advancement of women in Africa.

on Gender Issues and Advancement of Women (OSAGI), Office of the Spe- cial Adviser on Africa (OSAA), Global Initiative for Inclusive ICTs (G3ICT), Permanent Mission of. MS Training Centre for Development Cooperation (MS-TCDC) is a training centre for development cooperation in Eastern and Southern Africa.

MS-TCDC is situated close to Arusha in Northern Tanzania. The Centre offers regular courses in current development topics and methods. MS-TCDC is conducting a course on Gender Governance from April and on 29 August to 2 September in Arusha.

African Women's Movements makes a significant contribution to our understanding of emerging African politics, women in politics and the role of social movements in Africa and will be essential reading for scholars and activists alike.' Gretchen Bauer - University of Delaware 'An indispensable analysis of gender politics in Africa.Over the years, a lot of controversy has always surrounded the role played by women in Africa.

Many have perceived the role of the African woman as one of submissiveness, often seen and not heard. Present-day happenings have even depicted the African woman as an asset to be acquired and traded or transferred at will.delivery of the research phase of creating a Women of Africa Leadership Development Program.

Research Design The Women of Africa Leadership Development Program Research Phase was comprised of three main research elements: 1) desktop research, 2) qualitative interviews, and 3) consultative workshops.