Women as Constitution-Makers
Case Studies from the New Democratic Era
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Introduction Ruth Rubio-Marin and Helen Irving; 1. Women's movements and the recognition of gender equality in the constitution-making process in Morocco and Tunisia (2011-14) Sara Borrillo; 2. Women and constitution-making in post-Communist Romania Elena Brodeala and Silvia Suteu; 3. Re-living yesterday's battles: women and constitution-making in post-Saddam Iraq Noga Efrati; 4. Women's participation in peace-building and constitution-making in Somalia Sakuntala Kadirgamar; 5. Feminist legalism: Colombian constitution-making in the 1990s Julieta Lemaitre; 6. Women and constitution-making in Turkey: from Ottoman modernism to a constitutionalism of women's platform Bertil Emrah Oder; 7. Egypt's tale of two constitutions: diverging gendered processes and outcomes Mariz Tadros; 8. Dialogic democracy, feminist theory, and women's participation in constitution-making Susan H. Williams.
Offers case studies of women as constitution-makers in nine countries, clarifying the gender aspects of participatory constitutionalism.