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Women, Empowerment, Citizenship and Development

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Date(s) - 02/11/2015 - 04/11/2015
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Mostaganem University

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Women, Empowerment, Citizenship and Development

Mostaganem University (Algeria) in partnership with the

Centre for Advanced Studies of the Arab World (CASAW),

University of Manchester

2 – 4 November 2015

Full Conference Programme Now Available: 

Women, Empowerment, Citizenship and Development – Conference Programme

Conference Poster Session

 Djazia Hakem University of Mostaganem The Portrayal of the Feminine Cultural Identity in Modern Media
Hassiba Koriche University Centre of Ait Timouchent Jane Eyre: Social Oppression and Feminism in the Victorian age
Imane Retoul University of Mostaganem Women Discursive Identity De/ Reconstruction in Male-Dominated Domain: the Case of Female Engineers in Algeria
Kamal Nasri University of Mostaganem. Gender and Power within Algerian Mythology
Karima Mohand Lhadj University of Annaba Revolutions Within: Re-reading Domesticity in Assia Djebar’s Femmes d’Alger dans leurs Appartement(1980)
Leila Dahmani University of Algiers 2 Gender Dialogue and African Women’s Attempt to regain power
Meriem Mengouchi University of Tlemcen Female Centrality and Otherness in Maghrebi Cinema
Mustapha Dai University of Mostaganem Negotiating Gender and Power in Politics: A Critical Approach to Political Discourse in Algeria
Nora Ait Oufella University of Mostaganem. Believability and Deception about the Illusion of Kabyle Women: A Reality Depicted in the Different Forms of Gender Bias in Folktales
Oussama Founes University of Mostaganem. The Discursive Manifestation of gender-generational gap among Secondary School Teachers
Siham Dieb University of Mostaganem The Discourses of Women Empowerment: the Case of Algerian NGOs
Djamila Benchannane & Rayhan Houari University of Mascara Voicing the Voices in Assia Djebar’s writings

 Women, Empowerment, Citizenship and Development
A rising readiness to empower women over the past three decades has been felt in the measures undertaken around the globe to reinforce social, economic and political gender equity. The Beijing Platform for Action (BPA) in 1995, for instance, accentuated the construction of a gender sensitive education system to “empower & guarantee full and equal participation of women in educational administration and policy and decision making” (BPA, 1995, Chap. IV, Article 82 ). Along with factors such as race, class, and age comes the concept of gender as a critical sociocultural variable that has been sharpened by an awareness of the substandard status of women.

In recognition of the significance of establishing gender equality, this Conference aims to provide a platform for open dialogue to debate issues relating to gender promotion and women empowerment in the Middle East and North Africa, and to challenge predominant public understandings of empowerment.

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