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Bureaucratic resistance to women in development policy at CIDA

Paul Weber

Bureaucratic resistance to women in development policy at CIDA

by Paul Weber

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Published by s.n.] in [Guelph, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canadian International Development Agency.,
  • Women in development.,
  • Canada -- Foreign policy.,
  • Canada -- Foreign economic relations.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPaul Weber.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination31 [2] leaves.
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20229133M

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    The publication of Assessing Women’s Political Party Programs: Best Practices and Recommendations by the National Democratic Institute (NDI or the Institute) is a culmination of nearly 25 years of work by NDI staff and volunteers helping to integrate and advance women within political parties and promote women’s political. NGOs have the greatest influence on environmental policy, women's issues, development and human rights. In these issue areas, they use the media and lobbying of individual governments to set the U.N.'s agenda; they lobby in New York and Geneva to obtain U.N. endorsement of their policy goals; and they undertake detailed committee work.

    Women’s Development Centre (WDC) as part of its mandate is engaged in working with women, girl and boy children and youth especially those who are vulnerable. Due to its services to the various categories of girls, boys and youth who are highly vulnerable to abuse and exploitation, WDC underscores the importance of this Child Protection Policy. Concept-formation and theory-building about resistance, and the development of methodologies for studying it and assessing its incidence and prevalence. Empirical research on resistance to womens civic participation, as the existing literature focuses almost entirely on women politicians.


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Since the launch of our Fall Action campaign highlighting our concerns about Canada's new orientations in its international assistance policy, local parish-based Development and Peace groups from across the country have been organizing meetings with their local MPs.

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ment Agency (CIDA) China Program. It is designed to bridge the current China Country Development Programming Framework and CIDA’s Policy on Gender Equality (March ). It has been created to ensure the realization of the CIDA China Program’s commitment to gender equality as a strategic programming approach.

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