Год издания: 2005
Издатель: Oxfam Publishing
Количество страниц: 112
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This collection of articles critically assesses the degree to which gender inequality has been addressed in the work of development organizations. Contributors scrutinize the efforts of governments and NGOs, at the national and international levels, in order to assess the difference that gender mainstreaming has made to advancing women’s interests in development. In addition, they consider the progress that development organizations have made in ensuring women’s fullest participation at all levels of their own organizations. Contributions to this volume include case studies from Bolivia, South Africa, India, and Thailand. Among the authors are Caroline Moser, Annalise Moser, Aruna Rao, David Kelleher, and Shamim Meer.