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dc.contributor.authorBagalaaliwo, Sarah
dc.descriptionA paper presented at a conference on Constitutionalism And Rights: An African - United States Dialogue, 13th - 15th August 1991 at Makerere University.en_GB
dc.description.abstractUganda is a state whose various tribes and communities subscribe to the principles of 'patriarchal societies' in whose structure man is the subject, boys are the issue and all members of the female sex are still referred to in terms of the Biblical story of creation. Our customary norms and practices are a clear manifestation of the subordinate classification of "woman". Our state laws likewise reflect the lenient accommodation of customs and beliefs that are biased against women.en_GB
dc.titleProtecting the rights of rural womenen_GB
dc.typeConference paperen_GB
dc.rights.holderMakerere Universityen_GB

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