The 11-day siege: "gains and challenges of women's non violent struggles in the Niger-Delta"
Abiola Akiyode Afolabi, Tony Iyare, Women Advocates Research & Documentation Centre (Lagos, Nigeria), African Women Development Fund
Published by Women Advocates Research & Documentation Center (WARDC) with the support of African Women Development Fund (AWDF), 2005 - Technology & Engineering - 117 pages
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