Seodi Venekai-Rudo White is an anthropologist, social development lawyer and women's rights activist. She is the Chairperson of the Network’s Permanent Committee on Gender-Related Law. She was responsible for the enactment of the Malawi domestic violence legislation in 2006. She is currently the National Coordinator of Women and the Law in Southern Africa Research and Education Trust (WLSA Malawi).
- Sexual violence and women’s vulnerability to HIV transmission in Malawi(2005)
- Beyond inequalities: Women in Malawi (2005)
- Contributing towards the realization of women’s human rights and gender justice: Recommendations for a more equitable Constitution (2006)
- Engendering parliament in Malawi: A handbook for parliamentarians (2005)
- Gender and citizenship as a critical lens for analysis in development (2005)
- Law and policy review: How far has SADC engendered law and policy? (2005)
- Can the law reduce HIV transmission among women? (2005).
- The prevention of domestic violence bill in Malawi: Multisectoral perspectives (2003)
- Dispossessing the widow:Gender-based violence in Malawi (2002)
- Dispossessing the Widow by Seodi Venekai White (2005)
- In search of justice: Women and the administration of justice (2000)
- Malawi Human Rights Commission Award - 2004
- Visiting scholar at the International Women’s Human Rights Project at the University of Toronto
- Malawi women can wear what they want | News24
- The African Women Leaders Network for Reproductive Health and Family Planning (AWLN) is a collective of 35 African women leaders from 15 African countries. AWLN supports the e...