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People’s Education

A Case Study of Alternative Strategies to Impart Knowledge

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BUWA! Issue #6: Moving Stories

As part of our celebration of International Women’s Day in March this year, OSISA launched the 6th Edition of BUWA! JOURNAL on African Women’s Experiences. This Issue features African women’s experiences of migration, highlighting the pull and push factors, the challenges and opportunities as well as gaps in policies for protection.

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Women and Law in Southern Africa Research and Educational Trust - Malawi

WLSA-Malawi is the only organization in Malawi that champions an approach to law reform, which considers the intersection between women's rights, gender equality and the law.

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Feminist & Women’s Movement Building

While women everywhere are now resisting and organising for change at every level, patriarchy is still alive and well and our freedom (or liberation) has proven to be illusory. More frighteningly, it is now evident that women’s progressive gains are under threat in southern Africa due to high levels of misogyny, which have the potential to unravel the political, legal and policy gains that women have secured, including significant representation in parliament.



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