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BookInstitute of Economic Affairs, Nairobi (2015)
See this documentImplementing the constitutional two-thirds gender principle: the cost of representation
Nairobi: The National Women's Steering Committee in partnership with Institute of Economic Affairs. 36p.

Periodical articleKlíma, Jan (2014)
See this documentThe evolution of the political representation of African communites in DSWA/SWA/Namibia
Abstract presentModern Africa: Politics, History and Society. Volume 2 #1. p. 7-30.

Periodical articleMoluh, Yacouba (2013)
See this documentDemocratization and accommodation of political representation in Cameroon: the case study of the Sawa and Beti People
Verfassung und Recht in Übersee. Volume 46 #3. p. 263-284.

Periodical articleOsei, Anja (2013)
See this documentPolitical parties in Ghana: agents of democracy?
Abstract presentJournal of Contemporary African Studies. Volume 31 #4. p. 543-563.

Periodical articleMuriaas, Ragnhild L. and Wang, Vibeke (2012)
Executive dominance and the politics of quota representation in Uganda
Abstract presentJournal of Modern African Studies. Volume 50 #2. p. 309-338.

Periodical articleAli, Islam (2010)
Women in political process in Nigeria: problems and prospects
Indian Journal of African Studies. Volume 16 #1-2. p. 15-38.

Periodical articleRouamba, Claudine Valérie (2010)
Démocratie masculine, contestation féminine à partir des marges: les enjeux du quota au sein du Parlement burkinabé
Abstract presentCahiers du CERLESHS. Volume 25 #36. p. 91-115.

Periodical articleFessha, Yonatan (2009)
Ethnic identity and institutional design: choosing an electoral system for divided societies
Abstract presentThe Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa. Volume 42 #3. p. 323-338.

Periodical articleFrancis, Suzanne (2009)
See this documentGender, numbers and substance: women parliamentarians and the 'politics of presence' in KwaZulu-Natal
Abstract presentTransformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa. #70. p. 119-141.

Periodical articleSomali, Franck (2009)
Utilité et légitimité des secondes chambres dans le nouveau constitutionnalisme en Afrique
Abstract presentRevue juridique et politique des états francophones. Volume 63 #4. p. 784-803.

Periodical articleSteyn-Kotze, Joleen and Raga, Kishore (2009)
Floor crossing and representative democracy: an assessment of a procedural democratic dilemma in South Africa's electoral past
Politeia: Journal for Political Science and Public Administration. Volume 28 #3. p. 59-79.

Periodical articleGouws, Amanda (2008)
See this documentChanging women's exclusion from politics: examples from southern Africa
Abstract presentAfrican and Asian Studies. Volume 7 #4. p. 537-563.

Periodical articleThabane, Tebello and Buthelezi, Michael (2008)
Bridging the gap between de jure and de facto parliamentary representation of women in Africa
Abstract presentThe Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa. Volume 41 #2. p. 175-204.

Book chapterLesourd, Céline (2007)
Femmes mauritaniennes et politique: de la tente vers le puits?
In: L'année du Maghreb. p. 333-348.

BookHanssen, Kari Nordstoga (2006)
See this documentTowards Multiparty System in Uganda: The Effect on Female Representation in Politics
Bergen, Norway: CMI, Chr. Michelsen Institute. #9. 24p.

Periodical articleYoon, Mi Y. and Bunwaree, Sheila (2006)
See this documentWomen's Legislative Representation in Mauritius: 'A Grave Democratic Deficit'
Abstract presentJournal of Contemporary African Studies. Volume 24 #2. May. p. 229-247.

Periodical articleSadie, Yolanda (2005)
See this documentWomen in political decision-making in the SADC region
Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. #65. p. 17-31.

Periodical articleTripp, Aili Mari (2005)
See this documentRegional networking as transnational feminism: African experiences
Abstract presentFeminist Africa. #4. p. 46-63.

Periodical articleMuli, Koki (2004)
The Broader Context: Mainstreaming Gender in Public Institutions of Governance and Democracy
Abstract presentJournal of African Elections. Volume 3 #1. p. 81-93.

Periodical articleSanankoua, Bintou (2004)
Femmes et Parlement au Mali
Abstract presentAfrique contemporaine. #210. p. 145-156.

Periodical articleGeisler, Gisela (2000)
See this document'Parliament is Another Terrain of Struggle': Women, Men and Politics in South Africa
Abstract presentJournal of Modern African Studies. Volume 38 #4. December. p. 605-630.

Periodical articleMac Gregor, Karen (1999)
The politics of empowerment: women in parliament
Abstract presentIndicator South Africa. Volume 16 #3. p. 26-33.

Periodical articleBallington, Julie (1998)
See this documentWomen's parliamentary representation: the effect of list PR
Abstract presentPolitikon: South African Journal of Political Studies. Volume 25 #2. p. 77-93.

Periodical articleMathur, Raj (1997)
See this documentParliamentary Representation of Minority Communities: The Mauritian Experience
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 44 #1. p. 61-82.

Periodical articleFremigacci, Jean (1989)
Origines et limites d'un parlement colonial: les premières Délégations économiques et financières (1921-1924)
Abstract presentOmaly sy anio: revue d'études historiques. #29-32. p. 381-415.

Periodical articleProctor, J. Harris (1973)
The National Members of the Tanzania parliament: a study of legislative behaviour
Abstract presentThe African Review: A Journal of African Politics, Development and International Affairs. Volume 3 #1. p. 1-19.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1957)
What passes for African political leadership in Nyasaland
Abstract presentEast Africa and Rhodesia. Volume 34 #1764. p. 1500-1502.

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