Within the wake of the 4th global convention on ladies this quantity brings jointly best gender and improvement students who interrogate the final two decades of labor during this area.
Feminist Visions of Development throws clean mild on key concerns including:
* gender and the environment
* reproductive rights
* macroeconomic policy
Inspired via contemporary feminist theoretical paintings, it re-examines prior structural research and opens the best way for additional examine within the box.
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Any evaluation of how far gender has become incorporated into development institutions needs to enquire not only about whether they have staff with gender responsibilities, how funds are allocated, whether policy documents exist; it also needs to examine the content of how development institutions understand gender issues. This chapter is about one RESCUING GENDER FROM THE POVERTY TRAP 39 characteristic of this assimilation process—the perception of gender issues in development as a variant of poverty problems.
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