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    Positive Development

    Global Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS, 1998
    In order for people living with HIV/AIDS to achieve greater involvement in every aspect of their lives and on the various local, national, regional and international platforms, they need to be able to develop and enhance their skills to participate in public debates and decision-making.
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    Auntie Stella: Teenagers Talk about Sex, Life and Relationships

    Training and Research Support Centre, 1998
    Does my culture mean I must sleep with my sister's husband? I'm looking after someone with AIDS - can I get infected? Schools are a site of vulnerability to HIV infection. Girls are particularly at risk from abuse by teachers and older pupils.
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    Gender or Sex: Who Cares? - Skills-building Resource Pack on Gender and Reproductive Health for Adolescents and Youth Workers

    IPAS, 2001
    What is the difference between gender and sex? How does gender affect our health? This manual offers an introduction to the topic of gender and sexual and reproductive health (SRH), with a special emphasis on violence, HIV/STIs, unwanted pregnancy and unsafe abortion, and is for professionals and volunteers who work with young people concerning the influence of gender on SRH issues.
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    An overview of export processing zones: selected Asian countries

    Department of Economics, University of Wollongong, Australia, 2002
    This paper surveys the literature on the performance of Export Processing Zones (EPZs), focusing on research that has used a benefit-cost analytical framework.The paper evaluates the future of EPZs in the light of the abolition of the Multi Fibre Arrangement (MFA)reviews the background of EPZsanalyses the method for the 'enclave model'reports on the economic performance of s
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    China in the international segmentation of production processes

    Centre d'études prospectives et d'informations internationales, 2002
    The paper analyses China’s rise in international trade in the context of globalisation, in the sense of the reorganisation of production on a worldwide basis. Production processes have become internationally fragmented, as firms located in different countries take part in the production of a commodity but at different stages of the value-added chain.
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    Every child counts: new global estimates on child labour

    International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour, 2002
    As part of its effort to increase the knowledge base on child labour, the ILO has prepared new global estimates on the overall magnitude and distribution of working children.
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    Strategic intentions: managing knowledge networks for sustainable development

    International Institute for Sustainable Development, Winnipeg, 2001
    Guide written for practitioners who are working with different models of individual and institutional knowledge collaboration.
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    Promoting Education for Girls in Tanzania

    Zed Books Limited, 1999
    Continued economic crisis and structural adjustment programme are undermining efforts toward the realisation of gender equality in primary schools. The reintroduction of school fees has affected parents' ability to meet the costs of education, but this has hit girls' participation more than boys' through the practice of male-preference.
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    BRIDGE Bibliography 12: Gender and Economic Globalisation: An Annotated Bibliography

    Institute of Development Studies UK, 2002
    This bibliography gives annotations of 52 texts on gender and economic globalisation. The texts are divided into three main sections: the impact of globalisation; trade agreements, policy and financial institutions; and responses to globalisation. The overview featured at the beginning of the bibliography provides a guide to the annotated texts.
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    Public employment as social protection mechanism

    Economic Research Forum, Egypt, 2001
    One of the important features of the Turkish labor market is that public employment traditionally constitutes a large share of total employment. This share was 33 percent in 1990 and declined to 28 percent in 1996.Public administration employment constituted about 17 percent of the non-agricultural employment and about 10 percent of total employment in 1998.

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