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    SADC Gender Monitor

    Southern African Research and Documentation Centre, 1999
    A journal co-published by the SADC Gender Department and SARDC-WIDSAA. Aims to monitor the implementation of the Beijing commitments by SADC member states.Contains reports on:educationinstitutionswomen in positions of powerHealthviolence against women
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    Gender equality in education

    Southern African Research and Documentation Centre, 1999
    In line with the global declaration that education is a fundamental right to which both women and men should have access, countries in southern Africa are striving to achieve gender equity.[author]
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    The SADC trade protocol & gender: What are the connections?

    Southern African Research and Documentation Centre, 1999
    Trade policies, have had a profound impact on social, economic and political life in the SADC region. Economic policies of trade liberalisation demand a greater flexibility in shifting resources from one sector to another. They are premised on a commensurate mobility of individuals. There is however, a strategic silence on the impact of trade liberalisation on gender.
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    A response to concerns about population assistance

    Alan Guttmacher Institute, 1997
    Identifies and responds to concerns raised in the debate over population assistance, including the difficulty of defining the "population problem," concerns about coercion and about maternal and child health, and fears that the international family planning program promotes abortion.
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    State policies and women's autonomy in China, India, and the Republic of Korea, 1950-2000: lessons from contrasting experiences

    Policy Research Working Papers, World Bank, 2000
    This article deals with state policies and women's autonomy. The article starts with the proposition that state policies can enormously influence gender equity. They can mitigate cultural constraints on women's autonomy (as in China and India) or slow the pace of change in gender equity (as in the Republic of Korea).
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    Men, masculinities and gender relations in development: Seminars 1998-2000

    Bradford Centre for International Development, UK, 1999
    This series of ESRC funded seminars arose out of a need to explore issues relating to men and masculinities within the context of gender and development.
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    Gender issues in micro-enterprise development

    International Labour Organization, 1999
    This article explores gender issues in micro-enterprise development. According to the article, women face constraints at almost every stage of their business operation (start-up, survival, diversification, growth). These constraints and barriers can be summarized as follows:Behavioural barriers, e.g. women have little self-confidence and a negative self-imageRole barriers, e.g.
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    Gender equality in education: a select annotated bibliography

    BRIDGE, 1999
    Bibliography covers nine major themes:Factors contributing to the gender gap in formal educationFormal education and women's empowermentCurriculum reform and the learning environmentGender and mathematics, science and technologyTeacher education and school managementNon-formal education, adult literacy and informal trainingGovernment and donor approaches to mainstre
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    Unveiling women as pillars of peace building in communities fractured by conflict in Kenya

    United Nations Development Programme, 2000
    Presenting the experiences of peace workers (from the Wajir District, Western Kenya, and North Rift) in initiating and nurturing peace in post conflict situations in Kenya, this paper documents the ways that women contribute to rebuilding communities fractured by conflict.The paper claims that the traditional rituals of peace often preclude the full participation of women, and that when peace n
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    The State of World Population Report 2000: Lives Together, Worlds Apart. Men and Women in a Time of Change

    United Nations Population Fund, 2000
    Report making the case for bringing gender inequality fully into the forefront and treating it as a matter of urgency affecting both human rights and development priorities.Topics covered include:gender and healthviolence against womenmen, reproductive rights and gender equalitycounting the cost of gender inequalitywomen's rights are human rightsworking towards a bet

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