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Question: Can the women of Africa lead the continent to peace? CPNN article: Nobel Women wrap up delegation to eastern Congo
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Posted: Mar. 28 2014,06:52

This question pertains to the following articles:

South Sudanese women take the lead in local peace building
Women take ownership of Great Lakes peace efforts
Les Femmes de Mali S'engagent pour la Paix
The Women of Mali Engage for Peace
Meet the Tanzanian Woman Who Said No to a Forced Marriage
International Women´s Day: Interview With Leymah Gbowee (Liberia)
Announcing: Women of Congo Speak Out!
Samba-Panza’s election represents a bright future for African women in politics
Nobel Women wrap up delegation to eastern Congo
Towards the creation of a network of women for a culture of peace in Africa
Meet Carine Novi Safari, Democratic Republic of Congo
Esther Abimiku Ibanga, Founder and president of The Women Without Walls Initiative to receive the Niwano Peace Prize
African Women's Journal: African Women in Power/Politics
African women organize to reclaim agriculture against corporate takeover
La féministe Sénégalaise Bineta Diop: Unies contre la guerre en Afrique
The Senegalese feminist Bineta Diop: United against war in Africa
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