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Women Making Constitutions: New Politics and Comparative Perspectives

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That Indigenous laws, customs, and traditions which are discriminatory to women be eradicated. (37) That all internally displaced Indigenous peoples be allowed to return to their own communities and the necessary rehabilitation and support services be provided to them. Balancing Strategies 41 Aboriginal women have suffered from colonialism in general and also in gender-specific ways, including the loss of culture, traditional territories, identity and status, children and culturally respected gender roles (Sayers and MacDonald, 2001: 11).

The Malibongwe meeting is described as a ‘watershed’ in the history of women in South Africa and in the ANC in particular, because the women’s concerns were ‘legitimated as political issues to be addressed within the process of national liberation’ (Memo dated 20/01/90, 30 Women Making Constitutions summarizing the Conference and the resolutions that were passed. This and conference papers on file with the author). The purpose was to integrate women’s emancipation into the national liberation struggle but gender oppression and exploitation were explained by an analysis of Apartheid and capitalism alone.

Of the citizens’ groups that emerged in the 1970s as powerful political and constitutional actors, none were more prominent and compelling than mainstream women’s and Aboriginal women’s organizations; and Aboriginal3 organizations. Aboriginal organizations forced consideration of the constitutional implications of pre-existing, unsurrendered political and land rights onto the Canadian constitutional table, despite the hostility of most provincial premiers and the federal government. 4 During subsequent national constitutional debates, including the failed Meech Lake Accord of 1985 and the failed Charlottetown Accord of 1992, women’s groups such as the National Action Committee on the Status of Women, the Féderation des Fémmes du Québec, the Native Women’s Association of Canada; and the malestream Aboriginal organizations, all contributed to Canadians’ understanding of constitutional change and democracy.

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