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Gender justice, development, and rights /

edited by Maxine Molyneux and Shahra Razavi.

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Names: Molyneux, Maxine. | Razavi, Shahra.
Published: New York : Oxford University Press, 2002.
Series: Oxford studies in democratization.
Topics: Women's rights - Cross-cultural studies - Congresses. | Women's rights - Developing countries - Congresses. | Women - Developing countries - Social conditions - Congresses. | Women - Developing countries - Economic conditions - Congresses. | Social justice - Developing countries - Congresses. | SOCIAL SCIENCE - Feminism & Feminist Theory. | WOMEN'S RIGHTS. | ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS. | CIVIL AND POLITICAL RIGHTS. | SOCIAL JUSTICE. | GENDER EQUALITY. | WOMEN'S ADVANCEMENT. | FEMINISM. | CULTURAL PLURALISM. | DEMOCRACY. | CASE STUDIES. | POLAND. | CHILE. | WOMEN'S EDUCATION. | INDIA. | DEMOCRATIZATION. | IRAN (ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF) | POLITICAL PARTICIPATION. | PERU. | SOUTH AFRICA. | UGANDA. | MALAYSIA. | AMERINDIANS. | MEXICO.
Regions: Developing countries - Social policy - Congresses. | Developing countries.
Genres: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings.
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Physical Description: 1 online resource (xii, 492 pages).
Includes: Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN: 0199256454
9780191531361 (electronic bk.)
0191531367 (electronic bk.)

Notes: This text examines contemporary issues such as neoliberal policies, democracy and multiculturalism, analyzing them from a gender perspective. It examines how liberal rights and ideas of democracy and justice have been absorbed into the political agendas of women's movements.
Papers presented at an UNRISD workshop held in New York on June 3, 2000 to coincide with the General Assembly Special Session for the Beijing Plus Five Review.
Other Names: Molyneux, Maxine.
Razavi, Shahra.
United Nations Research Institute for Social Development.
Oxford University Press.
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More Details for: Gender justice, development, and rights