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About Hakima Abbas

Hakima Abbas is an African feminist who has been active in social movements for two decades. Trained in political science and international affairs, her work as a policy analyst, trainer, strategist and researcher has focused on strengthening and supporting movements for change.

Articles by Hakima Abbas

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Are women occupying new movements?

The women's movement must argue against a de-historicized understanding of new social movements in the African region, profiling examples of women’s active participation and leadership and situating these movements in the history of African people’s struggles for building alternative world orders, says Hakima Abbas.

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