Mariz Tadros is a research fellow at the Institute of Development Studies in the UK. She was formerly a professor of political science at the American University in Cairo and worked for almost ten years as a journalist for Al-Ahram Weekly newspaper. Her most recent publications are Copts at the Crossroads The Struggle for Inclusive Democracy in Egypt (2013), and The Muslim Brotherhood in Contemporary Egypt: Democracy Redefined or Confined? (2012). She works on democratization in the Middle East, religion and development, the politics of gender and development, and Islamist political movements in the Middle East. Her work has featured in the Guardian, Opendemocracy and Middle East Report.
Books by Mariz Tadros
Gender, Power and where can i buy cialis Development
Edited by Mariz Tadros
Women the world over are being prevented from engaging in politics. Women’s political leadership of any sort is a rarity and a career in politics rarer still. We have, however, begun to understand what it takes to create an enabling environment for women’s political participation. In this exciting and pioneering collection, writers from Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East are brought together for the first time to talk explicitly about women’s participation in the… (more information)