Women, Religion, and the Discourses of Legal Ideology in Niger Republic

@article{Alidou2008WomenRA,
  title={Women, Religion, and the Discourses of Legal Ideology in Niger Republic},
  author={Ousseina Alidou},
  journal={Africa Today},
  year={2008},
  volume={54},
  pages={21 - 36}
}
There is an international movement that advocates the establishment of quotas for women, especially in political and governmental positions. Partly as a result of its initiatives and efforts, countries have introduced legislation that endorses its spirit. These efforts have been important in addressing the gender gap; however, the means of articulating these legislative measures and implementing them vary from country to another. This article focuses on the textual formulation of the Quota Bill… Expand
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