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18. 10. 2015 - 12.00

As elsewhere in the world, women in Africa are struggling for their fair share of political power and economic opportunity. In recent decades — thanks in great measure to their own organization and energetic efforts — they have made important strides. As Africa shakes off its legacies of autocratic rule, social marginalization and economic disarray, women are staking their claim to participate fully in their continent’s promising future.

But progress has been halting and uneven, and each step forward has been won against difficult obstacles and stubborn resistance. As in many parts of the world, gender inequalities remain deeply entrenched. Women suffer violence and discrimination across the continent. They lack access to decent work and face occupational segregation and wage gaps. They are still too often denied access to education and health care. Few women are represented in key political and economic decision-making positions.



* Jose Chameleon (Uganda)

* Selebobo (Nigeria)

* Awilo Longomba (Congo)

* Miriam Makeba (South Africa)

* R2bees (Ghana)

* Patoranking (Nigeria)

* Kcee (Nigeria)



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