3 edition of Women and leadership in West Africa found in the catalog.
Women and leadership in West Africa
Filomina Chioma Steady
|Statement||Filomina Chioma Steady|
|LC Classifications||HQ1787 .S74 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011029579|
In Africa, as in the rest of the world, women are largely underrepresented in the political arena. However and saw an unprecedented number of . The Sustaining Peace Agenda, the Sustainable Development Goals and the Africa Agenda, all identify women’s contributions and leadership as central to finding solutions to poverty, climate.
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This book unmasks the western stereotypes of endemic violence and ethnic strife in African societies and renders them as mere Cited by: This book examines women and leadership in West Africa, with a special focus on Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone—the Mano River Union countries.
These countries have traditions of indigenous female leadership in executive positions in varying degrees, and all three have a tradition of organizations that form Women and leadership in West Africa book power bases for women.
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The book is so influential, it has inspired presidents, CEOs, and people of all occupations from around the world. This book examines women and leadership in West Africa, with a special focus on Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone--the Mano River Union countries. These countries have traditions of indigenous female leadership in executive positions in varying degrees, and all three have a tradition of organizations that form important power bases for women.
The freedom and right for women in Africa to participate in leadership and electoral processes differs by country and even ethnic groups within the same nation.
For example, in Nigeria, women in Southern Nigeria had the right to vote as early as  and contested for seats in the Nigerian elections, whereas women in Northern Nigeria. observes that for Africa to overcome the crises of leadership and governance in the continent, those on whom the burden of leadership will fall in the future must fully comprehend their responsibilities, duties and obligation.
They must also be exposed and be prepared to face the challenges of leadership in developing society. Get this from a library. Women and leadership in West Africa: mothering the nation and humanizing the state. [Filomina Chioma Steady] -- "Women and Leadership in West Africa explores factors that give rise to different types of female leadership in West Africa, with in-depth study in the Mano River Union countries of Guinea, Liberia.
Cite this chapter as: Steady F.C. () Women and Leadership in Liberia. In: Women and Leadership in West Africa. Palgrave Macmillan, New YorkAuthor: Filomina Chioma Steady. While progress in Africa has stalled sincewill still see a number of women in African politics.
Mariama Sow looks at where in Africa women leaders are : Mariama Sow. In the book Women and leadership in West Africa book Women: A Modern History,” French author Catherine Coquery-Vidrovitch explains that in West Africa, women were artisans who travelled far and wide to sell their goods.
She Author: Nareissa Smith. While women were never fully equal to men in the political sphere, women in precolonial Africa governed kingdoms, established cities, launched military conquests, and founded states. Some governed as sole rulers often as queens, while others governed together with a king, as a mother or sister of the king.
A third arrangement involved a tripartite sharing of power among the king, mother, and Cited by: 2. Get this from a library. Women and leadership in West Africa: mothering the nation and humanizing the state. [Filomina Chioma Steady] -- Women and Leadership in West Africaoffers an insightful exploration of the factors that give rise to different types of female leadership in West Africa.
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Her other books include Women and Collective Action in Africa; Environmental Justice in the New Millennium and Women and Women and Leadership in West Africa. Steady has served as a Special Advisor and Director of the United Nations and on several advisory boards on gender equality and the advancement of women.
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