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Nagaland: women’s experiences as political representatives

Nagaland: women’s experiences as political representatives

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Can Nagaland create an enabling environment for women to become public leaders? Can political parties do more to support and strengthen women candidates? Can political structures in the State formulate their own policies to facilitate women’s leadership (since 33% reservation is being rejected)? Can the church bring more women to lead a congregation from the pulpit? Can financial structures give women more access to wealth? Can the media focus more on what women leaders need and how to meet those needs? Can we focus on what the women electorate wants? Can we begin to ask, “Is there no woman here?”

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