Agenda (feminist journal)

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Agenda is an African peer-reviewed academic journal of feminism, which was established in 1987 as a volunteer project in South Africa and is published by UNISA Press in collaboration with Taylor & Francis under its Routledge imprint. In addition to publishing articles and other entries, the journal tutors young writers and since 2002 has a radio show, Turning Up the Volume on Gender Equity. Since 1991 it publishes four issues per year.[1]

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  1. ^ Groves, Sharon (2003). "News and Views". Feminist Studies 29 (3): 673–675. 

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