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BookInstitute of Economic Affairs, Nairobi (2015)
See this publicationImplementing 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 publicationThe 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 publicationDemocratization 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 publicationPolitical parties in Ghana: agents of democracy?
Abstract presentJournal of Contemporary African Studies. Volume 31 #4. p. 543-563.

Periodical articleMuriaas, Ragnhild L.; Wang, Vibeke (2012)
See this publicationExecutive 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 publicationGender, 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; 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 publicationChanging women's exclusion from politics: examples from southern Africa
Abstract presentAfrican and Asian Studies. Volume 7 #4. p. 537-563.

Periodical articleThabane, Tebello; 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 publicationTowards Multiparty System in Uganda: The Effect on Female Representation in Politics
Bergen, Norway: CMI, Chr. Michelsen Institute. Working paper CMI #9. 24p.

Periodical articleYoon, Mi Y.; Bunwaree, Sheila (2006)
See this publicationWomen'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 publicationWomen 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 publicationRegional 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 publication'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 publicationWomen'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 publicationParliamentary Representation of Minority Communities: The Mauritian Experience
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 44 #1. p. 61-82.

Periodical articleFremigacci, Jean (1989)
See this publicationOrigines 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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