Read DevelopmentPLUS on Gender and economic justice

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 

Girls and girlhood interrupted: Two decades of statelessness and militarized violence in war-torn Somalia, by Shukria Dini

Launch events

SID - AWID - ISS | 22 November 2012 | H.  17:30 - 19:00 | ISS, The Hague  

SID and AWID invite you to join Lydia Alpízar Durán (AWID), Ireen Dubel (Hivos) and Wendy Harcourt (Editor Development), for the official Dutch launch and reception of the quarterly journalDevelopment, which now focuses on gender and economic justice. With films, discussions and a chance to network informally, it will be a unique occasion to discuss gender and economic justice issues in the context of the post 2015 development agenda.  

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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.

Development is the flagship journal of the Society for International Development, published quarterly by Palgrave Macmillan For information about past and current issues of the journal,  and to learn more how to receive it, please click here.  

 

 

 

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Comment by Jacqueline Musugani

by SID·Oct 17, 2012

Bonjour AWID.
Merci beaucoup pour le magazine!
Coup de chapeau pour le dernier Forom AWID, nous au IFESIDI, on n'a pas eu la chance d'y participer, mais nous osons croire que c'eut été un succès? le Forum AWID!
Donner aux femmes le pouvoir économique c'est contribuer au progrès de l'humanité, car selon notre expérience ici au Congo, avec la persistance des conflits plus précisement à l'Est du pays où nous sommes basées, ce sont les femmes qui ont cette conscience de faire actionner jusqu'au niveau des bases sociales, l'économie de leurs familles, de la plus petite vendeuse des amarantes, des tomates, des beignets pour soit la scolarité de sa famille, ou  la survie générale de son foyer, à la plus grande femme d'affaire, ou fonctionnaire, ou entrepreneure, la femme congolaise témoigne toujours de sa plus grande maturité et grande conscience, sa meilleure qualité d'une bonne gestionnaire, consciente d'elle meme; " Avec un 50 $ de capital, elle sait fructifier dans une petite activité informelle et grâce à ce petit montant, elle est capable de continuer à assurer la survie de sa
famille, les hommes étant presque sans salaire ou gagnent un salaire très dérisoire en ce temps de crise économique dans le monde en général et au Congo en particulier...
Merci
Dès téléchargement du fichier, je vous en donnerai d'avantage!
Toujours de l'avant AWID!

Cordialement,
Jacqueline,
Secrétaire Exécutive de Initiatives des Femmes en Situations Difficiles pour le Développement Intégré,
IFESIDI/RD CONGO
basée à Bukavu, province du Sud Kivu, EST de la RD CONGO, membre de ROFAF et de AWID.
 

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Comment by Rebuild Sakubva

by SID·Oct 17, 2012

Thank you so much for this issue.It came just right on time when weare having our own Gender programming plan for the next financial year.  It was easy to access and easy to download. Thank you very much.

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Comment by Afsana Yasmeen

by SID·Oct 17, 2012

Dear AWID team,
Many thanks for the link with user id and password. I appreciate.
I have already accessed the link using the provided id and password. Excellent job done..it was worth reading indeed!
 
warm regards and very best wishes
 
Afsana
PhD candidate
Mahidol university, Thailand

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Comment by Misbah Shahzad

by SID·Oct 17, 2012

Dear AWID Team
 
Many Thanks for the Journal access. I am just going through the contents and found the Lydia's paper very impressive and accurate as the AWID 2012 was. I have a question for  you. Many of us the AWID Members and Young feminists are students and research workers in their organizations and need a Journal like Development where we are able to publish our papers. Is it possible for us to do so? Can AWID Forum be helpful and guide for us in this process?

Love and Regards
Misbah Shahzad
Aware Girls
Transforming Leadership to Young Women

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Comment by Martha Cecilia Londoño López

by SID·Oct 17, 2012

AGRADEZCO MUCHÍSIMO EL ENVÍO.
Lastimosamente no pude participar en el Foro que me parecía de gran importancia.
Lo difundiré en mis cursos y en mis actividades de militancia política feminista.
SALUDOS CORDIALES,
Martha Cecilia Londoño López