This work brings together as one volume a wide range of material on women and law from different geographical regions and fields of study, including gender studies, sociology, law and human rights. It quotes leading cases such as 'Unity Dow' from Botswana, 'Bi Hawa Mohamed' from Tanzania and 'Magaya', from Zimbabwe; and excerpts from the writings of leading scholars in the field e.g. Sylvia Tamale, Fareda Banda, Florence Butegwa and Takyiwaa Manuh. It cites the constitutions and statute laws pertaining to the position of women in various African countries; reports by government commissions, international NGOs and human rights conventions.
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