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Periodical articleCowser, Angela and L. Barnes, Sandra (2016)
See this documentFrom shack dweller to home owner: the power of the MBOP, Africana womanism, and self-help housing among the Shack Dwellers Federation of Namibia
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #19. p. 15-41.

Periodical articleVan Wolputte, Steven (2016)
See this documentSex in troubled times: moral panic, polyamory and freedom in north-west Namibia
Abstract presentAnthropology Southern Africa. Volume 39 #1. p. 31-45.

Periodical articleFreeman, Rachel J. and Kamwanyah, Ndumba J. (2015)
A safe sanctuary away from home: working women's perceptions of power, gender-based violence and HIV-infection risk within intimate relationships
Abstract presentJournal for Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences. Volume 4 #1. p. 10-33.

BookKöhler-Weisker, Angela (2015)
Gespräche unter dem Mopanebaum: ethnopsychoanalytische Begegnungen mit Himbanomaden
Giessen: Psychosozial-Verlag. 599p.

Periodical articlePeters, E.A. and Ubink, J.M. (2015)
See this documentRestorative and flexible customary procedures and their gendered impact: a preliminary view on Namibia's formalization of Traditional Courts
Abstract presentJournal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law. Volume 47 #2. p. 291-311.

Periodical articleWeber, Everard (2015)
See this documentDiversity education in South Africa, Mozambique and Namibia: a research agenda
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 17. p. 51-70.

BookAkawa, Martha (2014)
The gender politics of the Namibian liberation struggle
Basel: Basler Afrika Bibliographien. #13. 230p.

Periodical articleAngula, Margaret Ndapewa and Menjono, Ewaldine (2014)
Gender, culture and climate change in rural Namibia
Abstract presentJournal for Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences. Volume 3 #1. p. 225-238.

BookDieckmann, Ute (ed.) (2014)
See this documentScraping the pot: San in Namibia two decades after independence
Windhoek: Land, Environment and Development Project of the Legal Assistance Centre and Desert Research Foundation of Namibia. 650p.

Periodical articleLihongeni, Mulama and Indongo, Nelago (2014)
Causes and risk factors of maternal deaths in Namibia
Abstract presentJournal for Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences. Volume 3 #1. p. 239-252.

Periodical articleMatthews, John (ed.) (2014)
Social work students' attitudes towards gender equality in Namibia: results from an exploratory study
Abstract presentJournal for Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences. Volume 3 #1. p. 147-173.

BookLegal Assistance Centre. Gender Research & Advocacy Project, Windhoek (2013)
See this documentMaintenance matters: an assessment of the operation of Namibia's Maintenance Act 9 of 2003
Windhoek: Legal Assistance Centre. 395p.

BookNamhila, Ellen Ndeshi (2013)
Mukwahepo: woman soldier mother
Windhoek: University of Namibia Press. 141p.

Periodical articleNekongo-Nielsen, Haaveshe and Mbukusa, Nchindo R. (2013)
The educational consequences of teenage pregnancy in the Kavango Region
Abstract presentJournal for Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences. Volume 2 #2. p. 51-64.

Periodical articlePazvakawambwa, Lilian and Tjipueja, Werner (2013)
Socio-economic determinants of obesity of Namibian women in the reproductive age group: a binary logistic regression model
Abstract presentJournal for Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences. Volume 2 #2. p. 81-93.

BookAmathila, Libertina I. (2012)
Making a difference
Windhoek: University of Namibia Press. 266p.

Periodical articleBroekhoff, Marna (2012)
Writers and teachers as agents of social change
Abstract presentJournal for Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences. Volume 1 #2. p. 179-186.

Periodical articleBroqua, Christophe (ed.) (2012)
See this documentDossier 'La question homosexuelle et transgenre'
Abstract presentPolitique africaine. #126. p. 5-142.

BookCurrier, Ashley (2012)
Out in Africa: LGBT organizing in Namibia and South Africa
Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. #38. 255p.

BookGunda, Masiiwa Ragies and Kügler, Joachim and Chitando, Ezra and Taringa, Nisbert (eds.) (2012)
See this documentThe bible and politics in Africa
Bamberg: University of Bamberg Press. #7. 398p.

BookRepublic of Namibia. Ministry of Gender Equality and Child Welfare (2012)
See this documentNational plan of action on gender-based violence, 2012-2016: zero tolerance for GBV
Windhoek: Republic of Namibia, Ministry of Gender Equality and Child Welfare. 59p.

BookRizzo, Lorena (2012)
Gender and colonialism: a history of Kaoko in north-western Namibia 1870s-1950s
Basel: Basler Afrika Bibliographien. #14. 331p.

BookLyddon, Laura and Perini, Chiara (eds.) (2011)
See this documentVoices of survivors: the different faces of gun violence
London: International Action Network on Small Arms. 47p.

Periodical issueBecker, Heike and Dubbeld, Bernard (eds.) (2010)
Special edition: Engaging difference: perspectives on belonging and exclusion in contemporary Southern and East Africa
Abstract presentAnthropology Southern Africa. Volume 33 #3-4. p. 75-132.

BookCoomer, Rachel (2010)
See this documentWhat are your options when you find out that you are pregnant and you do not want the baby
Windhoek: Gender Research & Advocacy Project, Legal Assistance Centre.

DVD / videoDetering, G.T. and Davidow, Nicole (eds.) (2010)
See this documentCamel thorns
Abstract presentWindhoek: Media Logistics Namibia.

Periodical articlePauli, Julia (2010)
The female side of male patronage: gender perspectives on elite formation processes in Northwest Namibia
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #8. p. 27-47.

Periodical articleRuppel, Oliver C. (2010)
Women's rights and customary law in Namibia
Abstract presentJournal of African and international law. Volume 3 #2. p. 259-299.

Periodical articleGockel-Frank, Martina (2009)
Contraceptive use among women in Namibia: a case study of Khorixas, Kunene South
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 6. p. 27-55.

BookGretschel, Hans-Volker (2009)
Von Kampwitwen und -waisen: Berichte aus den Internierungsjahren in Südwestafrika, 1939-1946
Windhoek: Klaus Hess Verlag. 294p.

Periodical articleGordon, Robert J. (2008)
Widow 'dispossession' in northern Namibian inheritance
Abstract presentAnthropology Southern Africa. Volume 31 #1-2. p. 1-12.

Periodical articlePatel, Priti (2008)
See this documentHow did we get here and where to now? The coerced sterilisation of HIV-positive women in Namibia
Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. #75. p. 38-44.

BookRuppel, Oliver C. (ed.) (2008)
Women and custom in Namibia: cultural practice versus gender equality?
Abstract presentWindhoek: Macmillan Education Namibia. 228p.

Periodical articleThomas, Felicity (2008)
See this documentRemarriage after Spousal Death: Options Facing Widows and Implications for Livelihood Security
Gender and Development. Volume 16 #1. March. p. 73-83.

Periodical articleTshosa, O. (2008)
Judicial protection of the rights of women under the constitutions of the Southern African countries with particular reference to non-discrimination
Abstract presentLesotho Law Journal: A Journal of Law and Development. Volume 18 #1. p. 99-129.

Periodical articleHartmann, Wolfram (2007)
Urges in the Colony. Men and Women in Colonial Windhoek, 1890-1905
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #1. p. 39-71.

BookHug, Brigitta (2007)
Babyjahre anderswo: Theorie und transkultureller Vergleich der frühen Kindheiten bei den Gusii, den !Kung San und den latmül
Zürich: LIT Verlag. #8. 272p.

BookLafont, Suzanne and Hubbard, Dianne (eds.) (2007)
Unraveling Taboos: Gender and Sexuality in Namibia
Windhoek: Legal Research Center, Gender Research and Advocacy Project. 366p.

BookMorna, Colleen Lowe and Tolmay, Susan (eds.) (2007)
At the coalface: gender and local government in Southern Africa
Johannesburg: Gender Links. 316p.

Periodical articleRizzo, Lorena (2007)
See this documentThe Elephant Shooting: Colonial Law and Indirect Rule in Kaoko, Northwestern Namibia, in the 1920s and 1930s
Abstract presentThe Journal of African History. Volume 48 #2. July. p. 245-266.

Periodical articlevan Dillen, J. and Meguid, T. and Petrova, V. and van Roosmalen, J. (2007)
Caesarean Section in a Semi-Rural Hospital in Northern Namibia
BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth. Volume 7 #1. March 8. p. 2.

Periodical articleAmutenja, A.N. (2006)
Namibian Women's Day: violence still a pressing issue
Namibia Review. Volume 14 #1. January-February. p. 42-45.

Book chapterBauer, Gretchen (2006)
Namibia: Losing Ground Without Mandatory Quotas
In: Bauer, Gretchen and Britton, Hannah E. (eds.). Women in African Parliaments. Boulder, Colorado: Lynne Rienner Publishers.

Periodical articleBecker, Heike (2006)
See this document'New Things After Independence': Gender and Traditional Authorities in Postcolonial Namibia
Journal of Southern African Studies. Volume 32 #1. March. p. 29-48.

Periodical articleEkongo, J. (2006)
Namibian women empowered
Namibia Review. Volume 14 #1. January-February. p. 46-49.

BookFood and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (2006)
Report on the Proceedings of the National Conference on Women's Land and Property Rights and Livelihood in Namibia, With a Special Focus on HIV/AIDS: Held From 6 to 8 July, 2005 in Windhoek, Namibia
Windhoek: Ministry of Gender Equality and Child Welfare/Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). 80p.

Periodical articleGarcia-Moreno, C. and Jansen, H.A. and Ellsberg, M. and Heise, L. and Watts, C.H. (2006)
Prevalence of Intimate Partner Violence: Findings From the WHO Multi-Country Study on Women's Health and Domestic Violence
The Lancet. Volume 368 #9543. October 7. p. 1260-1269.

Periodical articleGeisler, Gisela G. (2006)
See this document'A Second Liberation': Lobbying for Women's Political Representation in Zambia, Botswana and Namibia
Journal of Southern African Studies. Volume 32 #1. March. p. 69-84.

Periodical articleHatutale, L.N. (2006)
Namibian widows remain unequal
Namibia Review. Volume 15 #1. September-October. p. 35-40.

BookJavins, Marie (American) (2006)
Stalking the Wild Dik-Dik: One Woman's Solo Misadventures across Africa
Emeryville, California: Seal Press. 276p.

Dissertation / thesisMuadinohamba, Alexinah N. (2006)
Female Domestic Workers' Knowledge, Attitude and Practices (KAP) on HIV/AIDS
MPhil. Thesis: University of Stellenbosch, Stellenbosch, South Africa. 44p.

BookNamibia. Ministry of Gender Equality and Child Welfare (2006)
Statistics on Men and Women in Management Positions in the Public Service of Namibia
Windhoek: Namibia. Ministry of Gender Equality and Child Welfare, Research and Legal Affairs.

Dissertation / thesisShangula, Maria N. (2006)
Factors Affecting Voluntary Counseling and HIV Testing Among Pregnant Women in Tsumeb District, Oshikoto Region, Namibia
M.Public Health Thesis: University of the Western Cape, Bellville, South Africa. 76p.

Periodical articleShifiona, N.N. and Poggenpoel, Mary and Myburgh, C.P. (2006)
Life Stories of Depressed Adult Women in Peri-Urban Namibia
Curationis. Volume 29 #2. May. p. 5-11.

BookTruper, Ursula (2006)
The Invisible Woman: Zara Schmelen; African Mission Assistant at the Cape and in Namaland
Basel, Switzerland: Basler Afrika Bibliographien. Lives, Legacies, Legends Series #4. 118p.

Periodical articleVan Eeden, Jeanne (2006)
Land Rover and Colonial-Style Adventure: The 'Himba' Advertisement
International Feminist Journal of Politics. Volume 8 #3. September. p. 343-369.

Periodical articleBecker, Heike (2005)
See this document'Let Me Come to Tell You': Loide Shikongo, the King, and Poetic License in Colonial Ovamboland
History and Anthropology. Volume 16 #2. June. p. 235-258.

Periodical articleBrown, J. and Sorrell, J. and Raffaelli, M. (2005)
An Exploratory Study of Constructions of Masculinity, Sexuality and HIV/AIDS in Namibia, Southern Africa
Culture, Health and Sexuality. Volume 7 #6. November-December. p. 585-598.

BookGarcia-Moreno, Claudia (2005)
See this documentWHO Multi-Country Study on Women's Health and Domestic Violence Against Women: Initial Results on Prevalence, Health Outcomes and Women's Responses
Geneva: World Health Organization. 206p.

BookGender Links (2005)
South African Gender Elections and Media Training Report
Johannesburg: Gender Links. Fall. 188p.

Conference paperGordon, Robert J. (2005)
Widow 'Dispossession': A Namibian Controlled Regional Comparison
Paper presented at the 104th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), November 30-December 4 2005, Washington, D.C. Arlington, Virginia.

BookHubbard, Dianne and Terry, Beth (2005)
Marital Property in Civil and Customary Marriages: Proposals for Law Reform
Windhoek: Legal Assistance Centre, Gender Research and Advocacy Project. 294p.

BookIipinge, Eunice M. and LeBeau, Debie (2005)
Women in Namibia: A Profile of Women in Namibia
Windhoek/Harare: University of Namibia, Multi-Disciplinary Research Centre, Social Sciences Division/Southern African Research and Documentation Centre, Women in Development Southern Africa Awareness. 80p.

BookIKhaxas, Elizabeth (2005)
Between Yesterday and Tomorrow: Writings by Namibian Women
Windhoek: Women's Leadership Centre. 212p.

Dissertation / thesisImbuwa, Knox O. (2005)
Mainstreaming Gender in Land Reform: An Attempt to Ensure Gender Equality in Land Redistribution in Namibia
M.A. Thesis: University of Professional Education, Deventer, Netherlands. 72p.

Book chapterIsaacks, M. and Morgan, Ruth (2005)
'I Don't Force My Feelings for Other Women, My Feelings Have to Force Me': Same-Sexuality Amongst Ovambo Women on Namibia
In: Morgan, Ruth and Wieringa, Saskia (eds.). Tommy Boys, Lesbian Men and Ancestral Wives: Female Same-Sex Practices in Africa. Johannesburg: Jacana Media.

Periodical articleJewkes, Rachel K. and Penn-Kekana, L. and Rose-Junius, H. (2005)
See this document'If They Rape Me, I Can't Blame Them': Reflections on Gender in the Social Context of Child Rape in South Africa and Namibia
Social Science and Medicine. Volume 61 #8. p. 1809-1820.

Book chapterKhaxas, E. and Wieringa, Saskia (2005)
'I am a Pet Goat, I Will Not be Slaughtered': Female Masculinity and Femme Strength Amongst the Damara in Namibia
In: Morgan, Ruth and Wieringa, Saskia (eds.). Tommy Boys, Lesbian Men and Ancestral Wives: Female Same-Sex Practices in Africa. Johannesburg: Jacana Media.

BookLondon School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (2005)
WHO Multi-Country Study on Women's Health and Domestic Violence Against Women: Summary Report: Initial Results on Prevalence, Health Outcomes and Women's Responses
Geneva: World Health Organization (WHO), Department of Gender, Women and Health/London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Program for Appropriate Technology. 28p.

BookMorgan, Ruth and Wieringa, Saskia (eds.) (2005)
Tommy Boys, Lesbian Men and Ancestral Wives: Female Same-Sex Practices in Africa
Johannesburg: Jacana Media. 335p.

Conference paperMorgan, Ruth and Wieringa, Saskia (2005)
Tommy boys, lesbian men and ancestral wives: female same-sex practices in Africa
Abstract presentJohannesburg: Jacana Media. 335p.

Periodical articleMufune, Pempelani (2005)
Myths About Condoms and HIV/AIDS in Rural Northern Namibia
International Social Science Journal. Volume 57 #186. December. p. 675-686.

BookNamibia. Ministry of Women Affairs and Child Welfare (2005)
An Investigation Into the Root Causes and Effects of Commercial Sex Work: The Case Study of Katutura, Windhoek
Windhoek: Namibia. Ministry of Women Affairs and Child Welfare. January. 30p.

BookNamibia. Ministry of Women Affairs and Child Welfare (2005)
Namibia National Progress Report on the Implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action
Windhoek: Namibia. Ministry of Women Affairs and Child Welfare. 35p.

Dissertation / thesisNgula, Asser K. (2005)
Women's Perception on the Under Utilization of Intrapartum Care Services in Okakarara District, Namibia
M.Public Health Thesis: University of the Western Cape, Bellville, South Africa. 94p.

Periodical articleO'Hara, M.J. and Dohrn, J. (2005)
A Midwife's Day in Namibia and South Africa
Journal of Midwifery and Women's Health. Volume 50 #4. July-August. p. 283-285.

Book chapterOlsson, Louise (2005)
The Namibian Peace Operation in a Gender Context
In: Mazurana, Dyan E. and Raven-Roberts, Angela and Parpart, Jane L. (eds.). Gender, Conflict and Peacekeeping. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield.

Periodical articleRizzo, Lorena (2005)
See this documentA Glance Into the Camera: Gendered Visions of Historical Photographs in Kaoko (North-Western Namibia)
Gender and History. Volume 17 #3. p. 682-713.

Dissertation / thesisToivo, Aini-Kaarin (2005)
Perceptions and Experiences of Pregnant Women Towards HIV Voluntary Antenatal Counselling and Testing in Oshakati Hospital, Namibia
M.Public Health Thesis: University of the Western Cape, Bellville, South Africa. 70p.

BookUnited Nations (2005)
Consideration of Reports Submitted by States Parties Under Article 18 of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women: Combined Second and Third Periodic Reports of States Parties: Namibia
New York: United Nations. 71p.

Dissertation / thesisVenghiattis, Claire B. (2005)
Mobilizing for Nation and Empire: A History of the German Women's Colonial Organization, 1896-1936
Ph.D. dissertation: Columbia University, New York, New York. 457p.

Dissertation / thesisWoldeselassie, Berhe H. (2005)
Pre-Eclampsia and its Outcome (Maternal and Neonatal Morbidity and Mortality) in Two Referral Hospitals (Windhoek Central and Katutura), Namibia
M. Public Health: University of the Western Cape, Bellville, South Africa. 116p.

BookAfrican Labour Research Network (ALRN) and Mwilima, Ntwala and Mustapha, Hauwa and Orr, Liesl and Baah, Anthony and Shikwe, Adrian and Makwavarara, Tendai and Mulima, Grace (2004)
Gender and Labour Market Liberalisation in Africa
African Labour Research Network (ALRN). January. 93p.

BookAIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (ARASA) (2004)
Urgent Measures Needed to Promote the Equality of Women and the Reduction of Women's Risk of HIV Infection
Windhoek: AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (ARASA).

Periodical articleAnonymous (2004)
The Essence of Painting (Barbara Pirron)
Arterial: Visual Arts Magazine. May-August. p. 8-9.

BookArnfred, Signe (ed.) (2004)
Re-thinking sexualities in Africa
Abstract presentUppsala: Nordiska. 276p.

BookBallington, Julie (ed.) (2004)
See this documentThe Implementation of Quotas: African Experiences
Stockholm: International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (IDEA). Quato Report Series #3. 67p.

Periodical articleBauer, Gretchen (2004)
See this document'The Hand that Stirs the Pot Can Also Run the Country': Electing Women to Parliament in Namibia.'
Abstract presentJournal of Modern African Studies. Volume 42 #4. p. 479-509.

Book chapterBecker, Heike (2004)
Efundula: Women's Initiation, Gender and Sexual Identities in Colonial and Post-Colonial Northern Namibia
In: Arnfred, Signe (ed.). Re-Thinking Sexualities in Africa. Uppsala, Sweden: Nordiska Afrikainstitutet (Nordic Africa Institute).

BookDe Klerk, Veronica (2004)
Celebrating 10 Years of Empowering the Rural Poor
Windhoek: Women's Action for Development. 60p.

BookFrank, Liz and Khaxas, Elisabeth (2004)
The Namibian Women's Manifesto: Words Into Action
Windhoek: Sister Namibia. 39p.

Book chapterFrank, Liz and Khaxas, Elizabeth (2004)
A Case Study of the 50/50 Campaign in Namibia, Focusing on Women's Grass-Root Participation
In: Valk, Minke and Cummings, Sarah and Van Dam, Henk. Gender, Citizenship and Governance: A Global Source Book. Amsterdam/Oxford: KIT (Royal Tropical Institute)/Oxfam. p. 61-73.

BookHubbard, Dianne and Ramsbothaam, Delia (2004)
Advocacy in Action: A Guide to Influencing Decision-Making in Namibia
Windhoek: Gender Research and Advocacy Project, Legal Assistance Centre. 336p.

BookIipinge, Eunice M. and LeBeau, Debie and Spence, Grant J. and Hunter, Justine (2004)
Beijing +10: The Way Forward: An Introduction to Gender Issues in Namibia
Windhoek: Namibia Institute for Democracy. 70p.

BookIipinge, Scholastika and Hofnie, Kathe and Friedman, Steve (2004)
The Relationship Between Gender Roles and HIV Infection in Namibia
Windhoek: University of Namibia Press. 281p.

Dissertation / thesisKawana, Irene (2004)
Inspectors of Education's Perceptions of Female Principalship in the Rundu Region of Namibia
M.Ed. Thesis: Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa. 90p.

Periodical articleKirchengast, S. and Neubert, C. (2004)
Socioecological Aspects of Human Reproduction in Sub-Saharan Africa
Collegium Antropologicum. Volume 28 Supplement. p. 175-182.

Conference paperLassiter, Tracy (2004)
Expressions of the New Namibian Woman in 'The Purple Violet of Oshaantu' (Neshani Andreas)
Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 11-14, 2004, New Orleans, Louisiana. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University.

BookLeBeau, Debie and Iipinge, Eunice M. and Conteh, Michael (2004)
Structural Conditions for the Progression of the HIV/AIDS Pandemic in Namibia
Windhoek: Pollination Publishers/University of Namibia, Multi-Disciplinary Research and Consultancy Centre (MRCC). 90p.

BookLeBeau, Debie and Reimers, Gudrun and Spence, Grant J. and Iipinge, Eunice and Conteh, Michael and Hubbard, Dianne and Zimba, Evelyn (2004)
Women's Property and Inheritance Rights in Namibia
Windhoek: Pollination Publishers/University of Namibia, Multi-Disciplinary Research and Consultancy Centre (MRCC). 240p.

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