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Islam, Gender, and Democracy in Comparative Perspective$
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Jocelyne Cesari and José Casanova

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9780198788553

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2017

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198788553.001.0001

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Women’s Rights and Democratization in Morocco and Tunisia

Women’s Rights and Democratization in Morocco and Tunisia

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(p.237) 10 Women’s Rights and Democratization in Morocco and Tunisia
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Islam, Gender, and Democracy in Comparative Perspective
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Valentine M. Moghadam

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780198788553.003.0011

The chapter examines the activities of women’s rights networks and associations in Morocco and Tunisia since the early 1990s, their relations to both transnational feminist networks and the UN’s global women’s rights agenda, the major campaigns and coalitions they have launched or joined, and their contributions to policies, practices, and discourses of democratization in their respective countries. How the women’s rights movements and “modernizing women” were situated in the Arab Spring, the constitutional and societal implications of the demand for women’s full and equal citizenship, and differences with the Islamist discourse will be a focus of the chapter, which draws on secondary sources as well as the author’s visits to the two countries and interviews with participants in the Arab Spring.

Keywords:   citizenship, democratization, Morocco, Tunisia, women’s rights, Arab Spring, transnational feminist networks

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