Gender and Economic justice: A selection of free articles in French and Spanish
As a follow-up to the 12th International Forum on women's rights and development, the Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID) commissioned and coordinated the French and Spanish translation of a selection of articles from the journal Development 55.3 on 'Gender and Economic Justice'*.
Please note: all the articles below were originally published in English by Palgrave Macmillan, the SID journal publisher, and made available online for SID and AWID members.
|1. No Economic Justice without Gender Justice, Editorial by Wendy Harcourt||ES | FR|
|2. Introduction: Transforming Economic Power to Advance Women's Rights and
Justice, by Cindy Clark and Lydia Alpízar Durán
|ES | FR|
|3. Surviving the Fierce New World, by Gita Sen||ES | FR|
|4.Feminists Transforming Economic Power||ES | FR|
|5. Embracing Disruptions. A Feminist Approach to Social Protection||ES|
|6. Taxing for Gendered Economic Justice||ES|
|7. Investing in Women's Rights||ES | FR|
|8. Diverse Development Models and Strategies Revisited||ES | FR|
|9. Alternatives under Construction in Latin America||ES|
|10. Connecting the Local and the Global||ES|
|11. Women's Rights and Equitable Development in the Arab Region||FR|
|12. Land and Livelihoods in Africa||FR|
|13. Solidarity Economy and Indigenous Women in Mexico||ES|
|14. Women's Labour Rights in Latin America and the Caribbean||ES|
*About Development 55.3 'Gender and Economic Justice': This edition of Development, produced in partnership with AWID, captures the dynamic and creative responses of women’s movements as they confront deep economic and social inequalities of our floundering global economy. A joint SID-AWID press release is available on the dedicated blog of DevelopmentPLUS, the online component to Development, hosted on the SID Forum. Find here additional articles and interviews on 'Gender and Economic Justice'. Development is the flagship journal of the Society for International Development, published quarterly by Palgrave Macmillan .
The Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID) www.awid.org is an international, feminist, membership organization committed to strengthening the voice, impact and influence of women’s rights advocates, organizations and movements internationally to effectively advance the rights of women. Every 3-4 years, AWID organizes the International Forum on Women's Rights and Development, the largest recurring event of its kind, bringing together women's rights leaders, donor agencies, development practitioners, grassroots leaders and activists from around the world to find collective solutions to advance gender equality and women’s rights. For more information on the 2012 Forum visit http://www.forum.awid.org/forum12/