Women and the Anglophone Struggle in Cameroon
Zoneziwoh Mbondgulo-Wondieh ()
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Zoneziwoh Mbondgulo-Wondieh: Women for a Change, Cameroon (Wfac)
A chapter in Gender, Protests and Political Change in Africa, 2020, pp 131-147 from Palgrave Macmillan
Abstract This chapter reflects on women’s participation in collective struggles against injustice in the Anglophone struggle in Cameroon. It draws on an ethno-sociological study grounded in protesters’ perspectives to understand how women’s issues have been constructed over thirty months of the conflict. It also unpacks whether the prevailing narratives of the conflict have amplified women’s experiences of inequalities and daily injustices.
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