Negotiating women's rights in Togo - with tight belts and long arms: legal agency between everyday life, civil society and the state

Kipfer-Didavi I (2004)
Bielefeld.

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Kipfer-Didavi I. Negotiating women's rights in Togo - with tight belts and long arms: legal agency between everyday life, civil society and the state. Bielefeld; 2004.
Kipfer-Didavi, I. (2004). Negotiating women's rights in Togo - with tight belts and long arms: legal agency between everyday life, civil society and the state. Bielefeld.
Kipfer-Didavi, I. (2004). Negotiating women's rights in Togo - with tight belts and long arms: legal agency between everyday life, civil society and the state. Bielefeld.
Kipfer-Didavi, I., 2004. Negotiating women's rights in Togo - with tight belts and long arms: legal agency between everyday life, civil society and the state, Bielefeld.
I. Kipfer-Didavi, Negotiating women's rights in Togo - with tight belts and long arms: legal agency between everyday life, civil society and the state, Bielefeld: 2004.
Kipfer-Didavi, I.: Negotiating women's rights in Togo - with tight belts and long arms: legal agency between everyday life, civil society and the state. Bielefeld (2004).
Kipfer-Didavi, Inez. Negotiating women's rights in Togo - with tight belts and long arms: legal agency between everyday life, civil society and the state. Bielefeld, 2004.
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