An author from Burkina Faso
writing in French
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Monique Ilboudo was born in Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso). She completed a Doctorate in Law and taught at the University of Ouagadougou until 2000. In November of that year, she was appointed Secretary of State, charged with the promotion of Human Rights and later became Minister of Promotion of Human Rights of Burkina Faso. Over the years, Monique Ilboudo has written many short pieces on women's issues for local newspapers.
Le Mal de Peau. 1992. Novel. (New édition by the "Serpent à Plumes" in 2001 - Collection Motifs no 123).
Murekatete. Bamako: Le figuier and Lille : Fest'Africa, 2000. [In the series "Rwanda: Ecrire par devoir de mémoire"].
Droit de cité : Etre femme au Burkina Faso. Montreal: Les Editions du remue-ménage, 2006. (152p.). ISBN: 2 89091 244 2. Essay. (Distributor for Africa : Editions Hamaria (Burkina Faso), a division of Beauchemin International, Montreal).
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The University of Western Australia/French
Created : 26 April 2001
Modified : 04 January 2007
Archived: 16 December 2012