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Research outputs: GENDER
Currently, women constitute the majority of registered voters. What significance does this hold for political parties scrambling for votes?...
2003 Whose right is it anyway?: equality and conflicts between state policy, culture and rights in South Africa
The contemporary debate between liberalism and multiculturalism is often cast in the mould of a conflict between the rights of individuals a...Download this report
This is a brief overview of the history, over the last hundred years, of women and gender in the energy sector of South Africa. South Afric...