Globally, women are oppressed and this book introduces the perspective of African women and especially that of Nigerian women. This book looks at the major themes that drive the women's empowerment programs in Nigeria. Feminists in Nigeria are shaped by the institutions, values, ideologies, and since the 1970s, the UN and its agencies have added an international dimension. The chapters, while taking us through a theoretical overview of Nigerian women's empowerment, also shows how institutions, values, religion, and culture can challenge feminist political philosophy- a philosophy that tends to universalize women's problems and their solutions.
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About the Author
Ronke Iyabowale Ako-Nai is Lecturer at the Department of International Relations, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, 'sun State, Nigeria.