Women in Zimbabwe: A Profile of Women in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe Women's Resource Centre and Network and the Women in Development Southern Africa Awareness Programme of the Southern African Research and Documentation Centre, 2005 - Social Science - 60 pages
This study on women in Zimbabwe considers gender in a general socio-cultural context, and in relation to the prevailing political ideological framework in the country. It examines gender in the context of the current economic policies, the law, education, technology, health and the media. In particular, it reviews both progress and retrogression in the implementation of women's rights between 1998 and 2004.
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