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Development Vol. 55 no. 3 Gender and Economic Justice
DevelopmentPLUS - Find below additional articles and interviews on 'Gender and Economic Justice' on DevelopmentPLUS, the online blog of SID quarterly journal Development.
Gender Responsive Budgeting. An exit strategy from the crisis, Interview with Zohra Khan
Gender equity: Kenya at crossroads by Akoko Akech
The middle path: Towards sustainability and global well-being, by Asoka Bandarage
Gender, growth and employment, by Elissa Braunstein
Twenty years after Rio: Facing a future we do not want, by Shobha Raghuram
SID - AWID - ISS | 22 November 2012 | H. 17:30 - 19:00 | ISS, The Hague
SID - AWID | 26 September 2012 | New York | Download invitation
Gender and economic justice' has been officially launched by SID and AWID on the 26th of September, 5 pm, in New York at Beekman Tower Hotel, 49th & 1st, 3 Mitchell Place. Stefano Prato, Managing Director of SID and Managing Editor of the journal, and Lydia Alpízar Durán, Executive Director of AWID will introduced the conversation while journal authors Radhika Balakrishnan (Center for Womens Global Leadership) and Bhumika Muchhala (Third World Network) presented some of the key features of the journal.
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. Read the editorial by Wendy Harcourt: No economic justice without gender justice and the introduction by Cindy Clarck and Lydia Alpízar Durán: Transforming economi power to advance women's rights and justice.
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