Why do Black Women Organise?: a comparative analysis of black women's voluntary sector organisations in Britain and their relationship to the state

Davis, S. and Cooke, V. 2002. Why do Black Women Organise?: a comparative analysis of black women's voluntary sector organisations in Britain and their relationship to the state. London, UK Policy Studies Institute.

TitleWhy do Black Women Organise?: a comparative analysis of black women's voluntary sector organisations in Britain and their relationship to the state
AuthorsDavis, S. and Cooke, V.
Year2002
PublisherPolicy Studies Institute
Publication dates
Published2002
Place of publicationLondon, UK
ISBN0853748004

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