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Struggles for citizenship in Africa

Bronwen Manby

Struggles for citizenship in Africa

by Bronwen Manby

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Published by Zed Books in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Citizenship -- Africa

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBronwen Manby.
    SeriesAfrican arguments, African arguments
    ContributionsInternational African Institute., Royal African Society., Social Science Research Council (Great Britain)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJQ1879.A2 M36 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 198 p. ;
    Number of Pages198
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24033901M
    ISBN 101848133510, 1848133529, 1848133537
    ISBN 109781848133518, 9781848133525, 9781848133532
    LC Control Number2009279642

    African Arguments: Struggles for Citizenship in Africa African Arguments: Struggles for Citizenship in Africa. Editor/Author Manby, Bronwen Publication Year: Publisher: Zed Books. Single-User Purchase Price: $ Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $ ISBN: Category: Social Sciences - Political science Book Status: Available. How is citizenship defined? And why have such identities become so politically explosive in recent years? This book explores the instrumental manipulation of citizenship and narrowing definitions of national-belonging which refract recent political struggles in Zimbabwe, Cote d Ivoire, Cameroon, Somalia, Tanzania, and South Africa.

    For many of the , black soldiers sent to Europe with the American Expeditionary Forces in World War I, encounters with French civilians and colonial African troops led them to imagine a world beyond Jim Crow. They returned home to join activists working to make that world real. In narrating the efforts of African American soldiers and activists to gain full citizenship rights as. For more information on Struggles for Citizenship in Africa, visit: Zed Books. This event is organized by. Royal African Society; Centre of African Studies; Zed Books; Open Society Foundation; Organiser: Royal African Society, Centre of African Studies, OSI, Zed Books. Contact email: [email protected] Contact Tel: Share this.

    Most African countries establish no procedures for naturalisation of stateless persons. Key Resources. Bronwen Manby, “Citizenship Law in Africa: A Comparative Study,” 3rd edition ; Bronwen Manby, “Naturalisation and long-term integration,” chapter 8 in Struggles for Citizenship in Africa, Zed Books, October ; Related Themes. Land rights and citizenship in africa Foreword This Discussion Paper explores the close relationship between land rights and citizenship in Africa. It also provides a broad overview of the state of existing knowledge on land rights and citizenship and its implications for development in Africa.


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citizenship rights is curtailed by the accident of their identity - gender, ethnicity, race, or religion. Manby, B.,'Chapter 1: Introduction' in Struggles for Citizenship in Africa, Zed Books, London and New York, pp. Full text [PDF - KB] - 28 pages Related Content.

CITIZENSHIP LAW IN AFRICA The first edition of this book was published at the same time as my Struggles for Citizenship in Africa (Zed Books, ), which gathered case studies of the practice of statelessness and citizenship discrimination in Botswana, Côte d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mauritania,File Size: KB.

Struggles for Citizenship in Africa, published by Zed Books, which highlights case studies of citizenship crises in Africa. More details available on the Zed Books website. Citizenship Law in Africa: A Comparative Study, published by the Open Society Institute, which provides a detailed comparative analysis of the citizenship laws of all This book, the result of two years of research conducted by South African and Japanese scholars within the framework of a bilateral project on citizenship in the 21st century, contributes to such ongoing efforts at rethinking citizenship globally, and as informed by experiences in Africa and Japan in particular.

This volume brings together different studies on Africa s land questions exploring emerging land issues on the continent in terms of the wider questions of development, citizenship, and democratisation. The chapters discuss the land question through a variety of themes.

Hundreds of thousands of people living in Africa find themselves non-persons in the only state they have ever known. Because they are not recognised as citizens, they cannot get their children regi. Land in the Struggles for Citizenship in Africa edited by Sam Moyo, Dzodzi Tsikata, Yakham Diop The variety of land questions facing Africa and the divergent strategies proposed to resolve them continue to evoke debates.

Get this from a library. Struggles for citizenship in Africa. [Bronwen Manby; International African Institute.; Royal African Society.; Social Science Research Council (Great Britain)] -- This book discusses the hundreds of thousands living as non-persons in the only African state.

Based, in part, on a large survey of laws and practices sponsored by the Open Society Institute, Struggles for Citizenship in Africa is a comprehensive review of citizenship from constitutional law to court cases to the everyday problems that Africans without the right papers face.

Its focus on the conflicts, often spilling into violence, caused by citizenship disputes is particularly welcome. Struggles for Citizenship in Africa About the Author Bronwen Manby works with the Africa Governance Monitoring and Advocacy Project (AfriMAP), an initiative of the Open Society Institute network’s four African foundations established to monitor and strengthen compliance with the African Union’s commitments on good governance and human rights.

Struggles for Citizenship in Africa. Millions of people living in Africa are not recognized as citizens. As such, they cannot get their children registered at birth, access state health services, work without a permit, or vote. This book brings together examples of citizenship discrimination, and makes the case for urgent reform of laws and.

Based, in part, on a large survey of laws and practices sponsored by the Open Society Institute, Struggles for Citizenship in Africa is a comprehensive review of citizenship from constitutional law to court cases to the everyday problems that Africans without the right papers face.

Struggles for Citizenship in Africa Bronwen Manby. Buy copy in our shop Recommend to your librarian Request a review copy the very right of one part of the national population to share with others on equal terms the rights and duties of citizenship.

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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you. Bronwen Manby says this book is an excellent contribution to the growing body of scholarships on issues of citizenship, belonging and political community in Africa. The diverse set of essays in this useful and engaging volume centre around two core themes, the continuity of claims to participate and challenge authority over the longue durée of African history, and the tensions between.Read "Struggles for Citizenship in Africa" by Bronwen Manby available from Rakuten Kobo.

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This book intends to bring together fresh material from across Africa of some of the most egregious examples of citizenship discrimination.