Gender, Innovation and Education in Latin America
Ingrid Jung, Linda King
Unesco Institute for Education, 1999 - Education - 242 pages
An anysis of the theoretical framework and social contexts of women's non-formal education in Latin America. It documents the varied political and social contexts which have given rise to innovative experiences in education: the legacy of the civil wars of Central America, the exclusion of indigenous communities, gender violence and the daily struggle for survival in societies where female headed households reflect the feminization of poverty levels.
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