Gender, Poverty And Development: Gender Sensitive Budgeting And Other 'Best Practices'
AbstractThe dominance of the mainstream paradigm of growth is being increasingly superseded by the Sustainable Human Development approach. No Concept of development, however, can be complete unless and until it incorporates the gender component at each and every level.The major focus of this paper is on theoretical and conceptual issues, which are defined primarily on the basis of the gendered economic reality of existence and survival.
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Anti-Poverty Strategies; Gender; Best Practieces; Gender; growth; human development; gender; budgeting; sustainability; economic; Sensitive Budgeting;
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- NEP-ALL-2009-12-11 (All new papers)
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