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Lewis, Rupert
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[Address to: Quo Vadis: South Africa - African Union-Caribbean Diaspora Conference]
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Quo Vadis: South Africa - African Union-Caribbean Diaspora Conference
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29 April, 2005
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Rex Nettleford Hall, UWI, Mona
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Abstract
Looks at gender and male dominated Pan-African tradition and notes that Pan-Africanism in Africa and the Diaspora had been and continues to be male dominated exhibiting at best patronizing attitudes towards women. Argues that gender development is important because it begins the correction of male dominated political movement. Also looks at Africa's three main areas of assets and the need to develop a mechanism for the institutionalzational of the relations between the African Union and CARICOM and stresses the need to work to achieve a situation where CARICOM's relationship with South Africa and the African Union is not dependent on the party in power....
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