Worlding women: a feminist international politics

@article{Jabri1997WorldingWA,
  title={Worlding women: a feminist international politics},
  author={Vivienne Jabri},
  journal={International Affairs},
  year={1997},
  volume={73},
  pages={366-367}
}
tion (m) was the only one who received support for their projects. Only in 1990, after Julius Nyerere had paid respect to the women's networks, pointing to how they had been keeping small business and communities alive, did this attitude change. In this review I have not attempted to describe the different struggles within each country in detail, the history of each group's internal and external conflicts, or their individualized struggles with unions, employers, spouses, and legal authorities… Expand
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