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Women parliamentarians

Ranjana Kumari.

Women parliamentarians

a study in the Indian context

by Ranjana Kumari.

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Published by Har-Anand Publications in New Delhi .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementRanjana Kumari, Anju Dubey.
ContributionsDubey, Anju., Centre for Social Research.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsIN PROCESS
The Physical Object
Pagination127 p. ;
Number of Pages127
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1253679M
ISBN 108124102171
LC Control Number94903552

Given that 64 per cent of parliamentarians in the outgoing Chamber of Deputies were women, the increased number of women parliamentarians in the house has been applauded by many. women parliamentarians struggle to represent the interests of women and other constituencies, and find it difficult to effectively articulate progressive policy agendas. This final evaluation was designed to assess the overall approach of the project, using a “theory-based evaluation” framework.

Punjab. Women parliamentarians will be given equal opportunities: Buzdar * Punjab CM says a state-of-the-art hospital will be constructed in Multan soon.   The Kenya Women Parliamentarians Associations (Kewopa) said the frequency, elaborate cruelty and normality of defilement incidents being reported in .

The State of the Discipline of Women Studies in Pakistan in Social Sciences in Pakistan: Saigol, Rubina: 4. The State of Women Studies in Pakistan in Journal of Asian Women Studies: Bari, Farzana: 5. Women’s Law in Legal Education and Practice in Pakistan. Shaheed, F. and Mehdi, R. (ed.) () 6. Locating the self: Perspectives on Women and. In prison, she took up writing again, and the wrote the book The Color Purple of Kurdish Politics about women in politics. Movies. She was featured in the film “What a beautiful democracy” about the struggle of Turkish women running for parliament. She was also interviewed for the movie Hevî of Yüksel Yavuz. References.


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Rwanda ranked first in the number of women parliamentarians with per cent in the lower house, followed by Bolivia with per cent and Cuba per cent.The engagement of women parliamentarians was a key strategy in influencing national and regional authorities to address the overuse of CS in Italy and leading legislative processes.

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