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“Women in Cuba: The Emancipatory Revolution”

Abstract : Developing a welfare system that protects the most vulnerable groups in society, as well as proactive policies designed to achieve equal rights for all, has long been a priority of the Cuban Revolution. Cuban women, discriminated against and relegated to a lower status before 1959, have benefited from measures adopted by the government of Fidel Castro to integrate the political, economic and social life of the country, achieve emancipation and obtain full citizenship.
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Salim Lamrani. “Women in Cuba: The Emancipatory Revolution”. International Journal of Cuban Studies, International Institute for the Study of Cuba, 2016, 8.1 (Summer 2016), pp.109-116. ⟨hal-01343797⟩



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