#WCW  – Seodi White: Making the Law Work for Women
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#WCW – Seodi White: Making the Law Work for Women

Seodi White is a social development lawyer, socio-legal researcher and writer on women’s human rights. As an African feminist and Director of Women and the Law in Southern Africa Research and Education Trust (WLSA Malawi), she has been influential in achieving ground-breaking law reform to protect women’s rights, and in promoting women’s access to justice … Continue reading

Women you should know: Marie Gisèle Aimée Rabesahala
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Women you should know: Marie Gisèle Aimée Rabesahala

Marie Gisèle Aimée Rabesahala  was born in 1929 in Madagascar. She was a politician and activist who was the first woman to hold a ministerial position in the government of Madagascar. Marie entered politics at the age of 17, campaigning on behalf of political prisoners, and becoming Madagascar’s first woman municipal Councillor, before becoming the … Continue reading