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Engendering access to justice for development in Sub-Saharan Africa: a study of policy, programming and implementation
Law, Democracy & Development
Building on the book "Gender, poverty and access to justice: policy implementation in Sub-Saharan Africa" (Lawson, Dubin and Mwambene (eds) (2020), this special volume of essays is the result of the Conference in Cape Town (October 2019), whose main objective was to investigate the intersection of gendered access to justice, poverty and disempowerment across Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), and provide field-based research and discussions on what does and does not work to improve justice for women anddoi:10.17159/2077-4907/2020/ldd.v25.spe1 fatcat:ncxolxef5zcbvlpeq5g2ev3s54