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This information portal provides access to selected free, full-text electronic documents on women’s political participation & representation, women’s rights, institutional mainstreaming, and decentralization & local governance. Find your resources in the database, and stay up to date as well by following us on Facebook.
Women in search of citizenship: experiences from West Africa.
This book, by Ayesha Imam and Evelien Kamminga, provides insights into what gender inclusive citizenship means as a practice. It shares the experiences of women in local communities devising ways to exercise their citizenship.