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This book is a powerful interrogation of challenges that are faced by women in the Zimbabwean context as they attempt to secure space to play a more significant role in the decision making processes in the public sphere.
The major highlights of this book show that factors such as patriarchy, gender stereo-typing, the home-work conflict, discrimination at the workplace and unequal access to education play a pivotal role in disarming women in their quest to actively participate in the decision-making processes of their communities.
This book also highlights that women are an enemy unto themselves as womenfolk tends not to support the socio-economic growth of a fellow woman.
This book proposes various measures that include a move from traditional feminism that tends to make men antagonistic and schizophrenic about women empowerment,towards a more gentle approach that recognises the important contribution of both women and men as they work alongside each other.
Judith Mutangirwa was born in 1973 and attended school in Gweru, Zimbabwe.
She loves to read on current affairs and is passionate about the African development narrative.
She strongly believes in women empowerment and their capacity to change the world for the better.
She is currently working for an international humanitarian aid organisation.
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