IELRC.ORG - East Africa Office: Gender
 
 
 
Research Areas Africa

 1: biodiversity & biosafety 
 2: biotechnology
 3: intellectual property

 4: governance

 5: gender

 
 

Gender Issues in Africa

IELRC has made a significant contribution to the debates on gender issues in East Africa. Some of these publications address themes which go beyond the field of environmental management to address more general gender issues.

 

 

Selected Publications on gender issues

 

Separating The Baby From the Bath Water: Women's Rights and the Politics of Constitution-Making in Kenya

author(s): Patricia Kameri-Mbote & N. Kabira
source: 14/1 East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights (2008), p. 1-43.
date: 2008
publication: academic
abstract full text PDF 2541 [KB]
 

Following God's Constitution: The Gender Dimension in the Ogiek Claim to Mau Forest Complex

author(s): Patricia Kameri-Mbote & Jacinta Anyango Oduor
source: in Anne Hellum et. al, Paths are Made by Walking: Human Rights Interfacing Gendered Realities and Plural Legalities (Harare: Weaver Press, 2006).
date: 2006
publication: academic
abstract full text PDF 99 [KB]
 

Women, Land Rights and the Environment: The Kenyan Experience

author(s): Patricia Kameri-Mbote
source: 49(3) Development (2006), p. 43-48.
date: 2006
publication: academic
abstract full text PDF 109 [KB]
 

Human Rights, Formalisation and Women’s Land Rights in Southern and Eastern Africa

author(s): I. Ikdahl, A. Hellum, R. Kaarhus, T. A. Benjaminsen & P. Kameri-Mbote
source: Working Paper 2005-7
date: 2005
publication: working paper
abstract full text PDF 817 [KB]
 

Gender, Conflict and Regional Security

author(s): Patricia Kameri-Mbote
source: in Makumi Mwagiru ed., African Regional Security in the Age of Globalisation (Nairobi: Heinrich Böll Foundation), p. 83
date: 2005
publication: academic
abstract full text PDF 272 [KB]
 

Achieving the Millennium Development Goals in the Drylands: Gender Considerations

author(s): Patricia Kameri-Mbote
source: Working Paper 2005-8
date: 2005
publication: working paper
abstract full text PDF 93 [KB]
 

The Land has its Owners! Gender Issues in Land Tenure under Customary Law in Kenya

author(s): Patricia Kameri-Mbote
source: Working Paper 2005-9
date: 2005
publication: working paper
abstract full text PDF 58 [KB]
 

The Coverage of Gender Issues in the Draft Bill of the Constitution of Kenya 2002: Have the Hens Finally Come Home to Roost for Kenyan Women?

author(s): Patricia Kameri-Mbote
source: 2/1 University of Nairobi Law Journal (2004), p. 1
date: 2004
publication: academic
abstract full text PDF 487 [KB]
 

Gender Issues in the Draft Bill of the Constitution of Kenya: an Analysis

author(s): Maria Nzomo & Patricia Kameri-Mbote
source: Working Paper 2003-1
date: 2003
publication: working paper
abstract full text PDF 412 [KB]
 

Gender Considerations in Constitution-Making: Engendering Women's Rights in the Legal Process

author(s): Patricia Kameri-Mbote
source: University of Nairobi Law Journal (2003), p. 156
date: 2003
publication: academic
abstract full text PDF 156 [KB]
 

Gender Dimension of Law, Colonialism and Inheritance in East Africa: Kenyan Women's Experiences

author(s): Patricia Kameri-Mbote
source: 35/3 Verfassung und Recht in Ubersee (2002), p. 373
date: 2002
publication: academic
abstract full text PDF 384 [KB]
 

Gender Dimensions of Law, Colonialism and Inheritance in East Africa: Kenya Women's Experiences

author(s): Patricia Kameri-Mbote
source: Working Paper 2001-1
date: 2001
publication: working paper
abstract full text PDF 366 [KB]
 

Violence Against Women in Kenya: an Analysis of Law, Policy and Institutions

author(s): Patricia Kameri-Mbote
source: Working Paper 2000-1
date: 2000
publication: working paper
abstract full text PDF 450 [KB]
 

Custody and the Rights of Children

author(s): Patricia Kameri-Mbote
source: in Kivutha Kibwana & Lawrence Mute eds, Law and the Quest for Gender Equality in Kenya (Nairobi: Claripress, 2000), p. 161
date: 2000
publication: academic
abstract full text PDF 304 [KB]
 

Law and the Status of Women in Kenya

author(s): V. Mucai-Kattambo, J. Kabeberi-Macharia & P. Kameri-Mbote
source: in Janet Kabeberi-Macharia ed.,Women, Laws, Customs and Practices in East Africa - Laying the Foundation(Nairobi: Women & Law in East Africa, 1995), p. 80
date: 1995
publication: academic
abstract full text PDF 379 [KB]
 

The Law of Succession in Kenya: Gender Perspectives in Property Management and Control

author(s): Patricia Kameri-Mbote
source: Nairobi: Women & Law in East Africa, 1995
date: 1995
publication: book
abstract full text PDF 361 [KB]