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Community Policing, "gender-based violence" and women's vigilantism. Ambiguities of women's participation to policing in a Malawian popular township

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This communication explores women's participation into government Community Policing scheme in Ndirande, a densely populated township of Blantyre, Malawi's economic capital. It raises questions about the specifics of women's contribution to policing and to the practice of "order making".
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hal-04028412 , version 1 (14-03-2023)

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Paul Grassin. Community Policing, "gender-based violence" and women's vigilantism. Ambiguities of women's participation to policing in a Malawian popular township. 64th Annual Meeting African Studies Association Annual Meeting 2021, African Studies Association, Nov 2021, Virtual En ligne, United States. ⟨hal-04028412⟩
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