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This module explores factors which enable or constrain women from participating in politics. These case studies provide examples of women who have been successful in engaging with politics and women’s rights in three different countries: Sierra Leone, Egypt and Ghana.
This module explores: The ways greater fairness for women participating in politics can be achieved.
Pathways research highlights what it takes to successfully build a political structure committed to gender equality and justice and what is needed in order to hold those who make commitments for gender equality and justice to account. There are many layers to female political participation but a conclusive finding showed that:
There needs to be a broader focus on transforming the landscape of opportunities women have access to, while addressing restrictions in politics, the economy and society.
The research contained within this module was undertaken by Pathways West Africa, led by the Centre for Gender Studies and Advocacy (CEGENSA) at the University of Ghana with partners in Sierra Leone, and the Social Research Centre (SRC) at the American University in Cairo, Egypt.
This module contains a wide range of resources and activities, including interactive comics, films, infographics, timelines, photo galleries and age appropriate texts.
Explore these case studies and refresh and reinvigorate the teaching and learning of Politics.