Gender, Development, and Advocacy
Koos Kingma, Caroline Sweetman
Oxfam GB, 2005 - Social Science - 90 pages
Advocacy for gender equality occurs at all levels of society--from grassroots women demanding community-level change to sophisticated coalition-building that promotes change to international trade laws. Articles in this collection chart the experience, challenges, and successes of gender equality advocates from area including Pakistan, Australia, and southern Africa.
Includes a comprehensive resources section, featuring books, organizations, Web sites, and electronic resources
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