Femmes et pouvoir: quel accès aux sphères de décisions?
Diop Sall, Fatou
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Despite a little notable progress, women's involvement in politics is still a marginal phenomenon. In fact, women's true place and weight in the decision-making process is determined by their position in social relations, a position which generates sociological contraints hampering women's access to power. Owing to the sociocultural prejudices that block women's access to schooling, the presence of women in the educational sector is slight. The slight access to this basic social sector restricts seriously their access to jobs and their participation in the decision-making circle, hence, the slight representation of women as ministers, members of parliament, heads of village.