Jump to navigation. Promotion of equality between men and women" with various initiatives to recall the struggle of Bissau-Guinean women, their difficulties and achievements throughout the decades in the struggle for rights and equal opportunities. In Guinea-Bissau women represent 51 percent of the population but are still underrepresented in the political sphere. However they are more often victims of human rights violations: Being a woman in Guinea-Bissau means living a hard life, because most of them live in extreme poverty and to sustain their household and ensure the education of their children they need to sell vegetables, fish, or clothing on the streets.
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This article explores national integration in Guinea-Bissau since independence in I argue that the level of national integration is quite strong — despite the ethnic diversity prevalent in the country. As I will show, national integration is due to the ideology and policy of the former independence movement and the early postcolonial state that advocated a national-unity-in-ethnic-diversity-model.
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