2 edition of Women in Namibia found in the catalog.
Women in Namibia
Eunice M Iipinge
by University of Namibia, Multi-Disciplinary Research Centre, Social Sciences Division, Southern African Research and Documentation Centre, Women in Development Southern Africa Awareness in Windhoek, Namibia, Harare, Zimbabwe
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 71-78)
|Statement||written by Eunice M. Iipinge and Debie Lebeau|
|Contributions||LeBeau, Debie, University of Namibia. Multi-disciplinary Research Centre. Social Sciences Division, Southern African Research and Documentation Centre. Women in Development Southern Africa Awareness|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||2005325437|
3 1. Background Information Namibia has participated in the Beijing United Nations Fourth World Conference on women. The Beijing Declaration and Platform for . Namibia. One out of three women in Namibia have experienced or will experience GBV in their lifetime.1 Gender-based violence has far reaching implications and lasting impacts on survivors, perpetrators, families, communities and the country as a whole.
Women under Colonialism Namibia has a long history of many types of social inequality including gender inequality. Many challenges women face in Namibia today have been “influenced by the historical imbalance of power between women and men, social structural factors such as poverty, unemployment and related social problems” (UNDP ). This study investigates the experiences of women journalists during the last phase of Namibia's liberation struggle against South African rule. Black or white, women journalists in Namibia made significant contribu-tions to the liberation cause -including the founding of a high-profiled newspaper -whilst others worked for media sympathetic to.
Namibia is characterized by its ethnic and cultural diversity. Many people with different life-styles and beliefs live in its territory. Some ethnic minorities are victims of discrimination.. Children are the most vulnerable in this respect and suffer from restrictions to their rights and liberties. Book Description Geneva: World Council of Churches, 1st edition. "Attempts to provide a view of war and political repression experienced, endured and struggled against by women in Namibia." Pp.x/71, owner's name to half-title page.
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Women in Namibia. [Eunice M Iipinge; Debie LeBeau; University of Namibia. Multi-disciplinary Research Centre. Social Sciences Division.; Southern African Research and Documentation Centre. Women in Development Southern Africa Awareness.]. Genre/Form: Statistics: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Women and men in Namibia.
Windhoek: The Republic, Central Statistics Office, National Planning Commission, . “During World War I, German South-West Africa (now called Namibia) was invaded and administered by South African and British forces. Following the war, its administration was taken over by the Union of South Africa, and the territory was governed under a trusteeship granted in by the League of Nations.
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Young Hamar woman with red clay in Young Hamar woman with red clay in her hair and with scars and marks of being whipped on her back. Many. Down in the Kunene and Omusati regions of Northern Namibia, are the semi-nomadic people of Ovahimba and Ovazimba tribes.
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but if you like talking and respect other is views points w/out sacrificing your own indentity then iam nterested.Women in Namibia From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The government of Namibia has taken steps to provide women with equal rights largely to a degree that is largely unparalleled in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Despite these efforts gender based violence and access to health services and education remain challenges faced by women in Namibia.Throughout my time in Namibia, the variety of conversations that I had with men and women from all parts of Namibia indicate that violence and harassment are a common occurrence for women and girls.