Call for Submissions : African Women's Journal Vol VI (Jan-June 2013)

Pan-Africanism & the Women’s Movement
Call for Submissions :
African Women’s Journal
Vol VI (Jan-June 2013)2013 is a year of milestones – this is the year in which FEMNET celebrates 25 years of existence and promoting African women’s rights, the year in which the Organization of African Unity/African Union commemorates 50 years, the African Union Protocol on the Rights of Women marks 10 years since it’s adoption and the Gender is My Agenda Campaign observes 10 years since it came into being.  This is also the third year into the African Women’s Decade (2010-2020), which presents an opportune moment to further reflect on how our governments and other key stakeholders are ensuring African women and girls attain the goals and aspirations of the Decade.
The sixth and special edition of the African Women’s Journal will seek to address issues such as:- What has the women’s movement meant for Pan-Africanism? Likewise, what has Pan-Africanism meant for advancing women’s rights? What are the gains of women in Africa thanks to Pan-Africanism? And how are we as African women organizing ourselves at national and regional levels to continue revolutionizing pan-Africanism for our future generations?
For those interested to submit articles, kindly send us an ABSTRACT of your article by Friday, April 12th, 2013 to copying
The abstract should be written in English or French and must not be more than 200 words.
You will be notified if your abstract has been selected. Only writers with selected abstracts will be asked to submit a full article, which must be written in English or French and should be between 1000 to 1500 words. The article needs to be well researched with clear referencing. Deadline for submission of FULL ARTICLE will be 26th April, 2012.
Please note the following key deadlines:

  •  Abstract should be submitted by 12th April, 2012
  • Full Article should be submitted by 26th April, 2012
Access previous editions of the African Women’s Journal here.
Learn more about FEMNET and the work it does –

FEMNET (African Women’s Development & Communication Network)
PO Box 54562
Nairobi, Kenya 00200

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