Structures for Women in Political Decision Making

This document, penned by Amy Biehl, articulates women's demands with respect to participation in political decision making in a future South Africa. It examines the comparative experiences in designing and implementing structures to promote increased women participation. She thus discusses various options to increase women participation, such as constitutional mechanisms, electoral rules, a women's ministry, political party structures etc. Amy Biehl was a Fulbright Student Intern at the Community Law Centre. A few months after writing this paper, Amy was tragically killed by a mob of youth in Gugulethu while driving three co-workers home.

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