The African Angle: Rwanda & South Africa: Unfinished Journeys

The African Angle resize In the past 20 years, Rwanda and South Africa have emerged from deeply violent pasts, embarking on paths toward democratic governance.

Writing for The African Angle, Dr. Gertrude Fester compares the countries’ recent histories and argues that gender equality must be a top priority in both democratic transitions.

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