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+---Topic: Can the women of Africa lead the continent to peace? started by CPNN Administrator

Posted by: CPNN Administrator on Mar. 28 2014,06:52

This question pertains to the following articles:

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< 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 >
< Togo: Women’s groups in the Plateaux region sensitized on social cohesion and the culture of peace in Atakpamé >
< Togo: Les groupements de femmes de la region des Plateaux sensibilisees sur la cohesion sociale et la culture de la paix à Atakpamé >
< Kenya’s pastoralists look beyond patriarchy to property rights for women >
< Agents of Peace: Hakamat Women in North Darfur Promote Peaceful Coexistence in the State >
< 16 Days of Activism 2017: Meet Ketty Nivyabandi, Burundi >
< 16 Days of Activism 2017: Meet Mariama Sonko, Senegal >

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