Faiza Jama Mohamed

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Faiza Jama Mohamed
Natawo 12 Nobiyembre 1958
Nasyonalidad Somalia
Alma mater International Institute of Social Studiesug California State University, Fresno
Propesyon Women's rights activistug Magsusulat

Si Faiza Jama Mohamed (natawo 1958) usa ka aktibista sa katungod sa kababayen-an sa Somalia, ang Africa Regional Director sa Equality Now. Siya usa ka bantog nga tigpangampanya alang sa Maputo Protocol, ug batok sa pagkabahinbahin sa genital sa babaye.

Niadtong 2004 gisulat ni Faiza Jama Mohamed ang mga editor sa Balita sa Pambazuka nga nangatarungan alang sa kamahinungdanon sa African Protocol on the Rights of Women.[1][2] Nagsulat usab siya alang sa The Guardian.[3]

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  1. 'African Leaders Must Act Now to Ratify the Protocol on the Rights of Women', Pambasuka News, 162, 24 June 2004. Reprinted in African Voices on Development and Social Justice: Editorials from Pambazuka News 2004, Fahamu/Pambazuka. 2005. pp. 101–103. ISBN 978-9987-417-35-3, https://books.google.com/books?id=hgflUDoN01QC&pg=PA101. 
  2. 'Putting an End to Female Genital Mutilation: The African Protocol on the Rights of Women', Pambasuka News, 173, 9 September 2004. Reprinted in African Voices on Development and Social Justice: Editorials from Pambazuka News 2004, Fahamu/Pambazuka. 2005. pp. 114–5. ISBN 978-9987-417-35-3, https://books.google.com/books?id=hgflUDoN01QC&pg=PA101. 
  3. https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/poverty-matters/2014/apr/21/kenya-courage-lead-africa-womens-rights Does Kenya have the courage to lead on women's rights in Africa], The Guardian, 21 April 2014. Accessed 10 March 2020.

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