Module 6 - Gender and Sustainability in Africa

Reading Material for this module includes:

 

Trade, gender and sustainability (UNCTAD)

Feminist Africa 14: Rethinking Gender and Violence

Feminist Africa 17: Researching Sexuality with young women in Southern Africa

Does Gender Equality work for Sustainable Development in Central Africa Countries? Some Empirical Lessons (Gérard Tchouassi)

Masego Madzwamuse's picture

Team Leader: Economic and Social Justice Cluster

August 16th, 2013

Reading Material for this module includes:

 

Trade, gender and sustainability (UNCTAD)

Feminist Africa 14: Rethinking Gender and Violence

Feminist Africa 17: Researching Sexuality with young women in Southern Africa

Does Gender Equality work for Sustainable Development in Central Africa Countries? Some Empirical Lessons (Gérard Tchouassi)

Sustainable Development Report on Africa (Economic Commission for Africa)

Women, Wives and Land Rights in Africa: Situating Gender Beyond the Household in the Debate Over Land Policy and Changing Tenure Systems (Ingrid Yngstrom)

Researching African Women and Gender Studies: New Social Science Perspectives (Akosua Adomako Ampofo, Josephine Beoku-Betts and Mary J. Osirim)

 

About the author(s)

Masego is the Team Leader for the Economic and Social Justice Cluster. Prior to joining OSISA she was a freelance consultant working in the area of environment and development. Before then she was a Programme Manager for the UNDP TerrAfrica initiative, which was aimed as mobilizing civil society engagement in processes aimed at up-scaling sustainable land management in Sub-Saharan Africa. Before working for UNDP Masego was a Country Programme Coordinator for the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in Botswana and later Regional Programmes Development Officer for the IUCN Regional Office of Southern Africa in Pretoria. She holds a Masters Degree in Environmental Sciences and a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology and Environmental Science.

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