Gender, Development, and Advocacy
Koos Kingma, Caroline Sweetman
Advocacy for gender equality occurs at all levels of society--from grassroots women demanding community-level change to sophisticated coalition-building that promotes change to international trade laws. Articles in this collection chart the experience, challenges, and successes of gender equality advocates from area including Pakistan, Australia, and southern Africa.
|1. Advocacy training by the International Community of Women Living with HIV/AIDS A guide to feminist advocacy|
|2. Politics at work: transnational advocacy networks and the global garment industry|
|3. The African Women's Protocol: a new dimension for women's rights in Africa|
|4. Advocacy for an end to poverty, inequality, and insecurity: feminist social movements in Pakistan|
|5. Gender networking and advocacy work in Uganda: controlling the agenda and strategies of resistance|
|6. A voice of our own: advocacy by women with disability in Australia and the Pacific|
Koos Kingma Her working experiences: Mali: working with the CMDT on rural development and gender issues Tanzania: working with an agricultural research institute as an advisor on socio-economics (mainstreaming gender, improving linkages between farmers-extension-research) Netherlands: working for Oxfam Novib: programme officer for West Africa and policy advisor on gender.
Caroline Sweetman was previously Editor of the international journal Gender & Development.
Advocacy as a Strategy for Social Change: A Qualitative Analysis of the Perceptions of UN and Non-UN Development Workers
Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 35 (2013), Iss. 2 P.181https://doi.org/10.1080/09718923.2013.11893158 [Citations: 2]
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