The North African uprisings opened a new window of opportunity for the improvement of women’s rights across the region, although women, along with other marginalized groups, such as ethnic and sexual minorities, and the economically disadvantaged and rural classes, continue to suffer various forms of discrimination and face the same dominant system of conservative and patriarchal ideologies and socio-economic inequalities as before.The intersection of gender agency, power and activism is crucial in building new democratic and developmental policies within the North African countries

Indroduction. Gender Mobility and Social Activism in Post Revolutionary North Africa

Ersilia Francesca
2016

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The North African uprisings opened a new window of opportunity for the improvement of women’s rights across the region, although women, along with other marginalized groups, such as ethnic and sexual minorities, and the economically disadvantaged and rural classes, continue to suffer various forms of discrimination and face the same dominant system of conservative and patriarchal ideologies and socio-economic inequalities as before.The intersection of gender agency, power and activism is crucial in building new democratic and developmental policies within the North African countries
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