Centuries of Globalization; Centuries of Exclusion: African Women, Human Rights, and the New" International Trade Regime

Ewelukwa, Uch� U.
May 2005
Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice;2005, Vol. 20, p75
Academic Journal
Highlights the changes and continuities in Third World women's experiences of globalization and the complicity of states in Africa. Background on the interactions between African women and transnational corporations during the colonial period in Africa, focusing particularly on Aba Women's War; Impact of the post-war multilateral trading system on African women; Issues that need to be addressed in creating an equitable and gender-sensitive global trading system.


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