Women's Leadership in a Changing World: Reflecting on Experience in Latin America and the Caribbean
Ana Maria Brasileiro
United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM), 1996 - Social Science - 76 pages
Throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, women are working to help new grassroots leaders empower themselves in their communities; to develop new leadership skills; and to restructure their organizations. The articles in this book from UNIFEM offer practical examples of their work.
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