Participant Info

First Name
Josephine
Last Name
Dawuni
Country
USA
University
Howard University
Keywords
African politics, women in law, gender and development, judicial politics.
Availability
Media Contact

Personal Info

About Me

African Politics

Women in Law

Gender and Development

Judicial Politics

International Human Rights

Recent Publications

Dawuni, Josephine and Bauer, Gretchen, (eds). 2016. Gender and the Judiciary in Africa: Moving from Obscurity to Parity? New York; Routledge.

 

Dawuni, Josephine. 2016. Gender and the Judiciary: An Introduction.  In  Bauer, Gretchen and Dawuni, Josephine (eds). In Gender and the Judiciary in Africa: Moving from Obscurity to Parity? New York; Routledge.

 

Dawuni, Josephine. 2016. The Paradox of Judicial Stagnation. In Bauer, Gretchen and Dawuni, Josephine (eds) In Gender and the Judiciary in Africa: Moving from Obscurity to Parity? New York; Routledge

 

Dawuni, Josephine. 2016. “To mother or not to mother”? The representative roles of women judges in Ghana. Journal of African Law (accepted for publication, forthcoming 2016).

 

Dawuni, Josephine. 2016. The socio-economic implications of violence against women in the Democratic Republic of Congo. In Dibie, Robert (ed). Women empowerment for sustainability in Africa.  Ashgate Publishers, (forthcoming 2016).

 

Dawuni, Josephine. 2016.“Beyond the accent: navigating the multiple intersections in a foreign trained instructor classroom”. In Budryte, Dovile, Johnson, Douglas,(eds) “Toward a Transformative Classroom: Creating Reflective Identities in Multicultural Settings”. Palgrave Macmillan (forthcoming 2016).

 

Dawuni, Josephine and Kang, Alice. 2015. Her Ladyship Chief Justice: The rise of female leaders in the judiciary in Africa. Africa Today , 62 (2), pp 45-69.

Available:http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1072&context=poliscifacpub

 

Dawuni, Josephine. 2011. Justice Annie Jiagge. In Dictionary of African Biography. Acheampong, E and Gates, Henry L Jr (eds). London; Oxford University Press.

 

Dawuni, Josephine. (2010), Gender Politics and Democracy in Post-Socialist Europe( review). by Yvonne Galligan, Sara Clavero and Marina Calloni:.VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations: Volume 21, Issue 4: 633.

 

Dawuni, Josephine .(2009). “The Ghana Women’s Movement and Democratic Changes: Open or Closed Spaces?”. Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID). February 24. 2009. Available at http://www.awid.org/Issues-and-Analysis/Library/The-Ghana-Women-s-Movement-and-Democratic-Changes

 

Dawuni, Josephine. (2008).“The Gendered Face of HIV/AIDS: The Move Towards Policy Implementation in Ghana”. Studies in Gender and Development in Africa (SIGADA). Vol. 2, September. Pp.78-94.

 

Dawuni, Josephine. (2007). “Globalizing Voices: Ghanaian Women Respond to Globalization”, in Ayandiji D.Aina (ed), Corruption and the Challenge of Human Development, Ilishan-Remo: Babcock University Press pp.475-489.

Media Coverage
Country Focus
Ghana

Research Areas

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