Just Politics
Transforming politics for equitable, participative,
democratic and sustainable decision-making

Just Politics was a programme of work to facilitate a democratic sharing of ideas
about the most effective ways to strengthen the political participation of women from
a range of different backgrounds, and to support partner organisations in Africa, Asia
and Latin America to promote and support women’s engagement in political life.

Felicity Manson-Visram, Luca Jacopo Uberti and Tara Brace-John 2010
An analysis of the barriers women face in claiming their political rights.

Karen Coelho, Madras Institute of Development Studies, India.  Edited by Tara Brace-John, One World Action  2009
The insights of women and men in the forefront of social justice struggles. 

One World Action 2008
A call for women to occupy 50 per cent or more of seats in elected bodies.

Carolyn Pedwell, Gender Institute, London School of Economics.  Edited by Tara Brace-John, One World Action  2008
How can women’s involvement in politics be supported and strengthened? 

     

Redactora: Carolyn Pedwell, Gender Institute, London School of Economics.
Editora: Tara Brace-John, Coordinadora de Política de Gobernabilidad, One World Action 2008
Asociación de Concejalas de Bolivia y One World Action 2010