|Prelims (Boxes, Figures, Tables, Acknowledgements)|
|1. The right to be heard: an overview|
|2. A life with dignity: Honduran women raising voices to improve labour standards|
|Juan Carlos Arita|
|3. Building for the future: Fostering local accountability in Malawi|
|4. Tackling corruption: lessons from Oxfam's work|
|5. Finding a voice for the voiceless: Indigenous people gain recognition in Bangladesh|
|Ayesha Dastgir and Bibhash Chakraborty|
|6. A new way of working: Community participation in local budgeting in Georgia|
|7. Indigenous women against impunity: challenging discrimination in Guatemala’s legal system|
|Mayra Muralles and Rebecca Fries|
|8. Get Heard! People living in poverty in the UK give their views on government policy|
|9. Driving Change: policies favouring poor people in Indonesia|
|10. What’s in a name?: changing policies and beliefs in favour of women in Peru|
|Rocio Vargas Morales|
|11. Keep Your Promises: campaigning to hold government to account in India|
|12. The Global Call to Action against Poverty: international voices for change|
|Back Matter (Index)|
Jo Rowlands Jo Rowlands is Senior Global Programme Adviser on governance and institutional accountability for Oxfam GB.
Nikki van der Gaag Nikki van der Gaag is a freelance writer, journalist, and editor specializing in rights, gender, and development issues.
L’accouchement physiologique, un espace de contre-pouvoir pour les femmes ?
Périnatalité, Vol. 13 (2021), Iss. 4 P.216https://doi.org/10.3166/rmp-2022-0142 [Citations: 0]