Gender at work: organizational change for equality
An analysis of the institutional barriers to gender equality. It describes how to uncover the hidden values and cultures -- the "deep structure" -- in order to stimulate and entrench new, gender-equitable ways of working. It lays out strategies and approaches for transforming organizations into cultures expressing gender equity and describes how these approaches have been applied in five separate interventions.
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Strategies for Gender Equality and Organizational Change
A Case Study
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