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Gender mainstreaming in state-building: a case study of Saharawi refugees and their foreign representatives

@inproceedings{Rossetti2011GenderMI,
  title={Gender mainstreaming in state-building: a case study of Saharawi refugees and their foreign representatives},
  author={S. Rossetti},
  year={2011}
}
Recent literature on peace and state-building highlights the need for women’s participation in post-conflict reconstruction to move from war and displacement, towards stability and future independence. This thesis analyses this ‘gender mainstreaming’ approach to statebuilding using the example of the Saharawi Popular Liberation Front (Polisario) and its long term struggle for independence, focussing specifically on gender representation in Polisario representatives abroad. Both the National… Expand
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Saharawi women and their voices as political representatives abroad
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