If I Could Only Warn Women Not to Get Married PDF Print E-mail
When my father died my uncle and his wife came and took all our stuff. They even took away our television," said an eleven-year-old orphan in Namibia, describing a tradition that allows relatives to take land, livestock, furniture and even clothes from bereaved families. The child was speaking at a recent conference in the capital, Windhoek, on women's property rights within the context of Namibian inheritance laws. Read more...