The elusive agenda : mainstreaming women in development / Rounaq Jahan.

By: Jahan, Rounaq
Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: Dhaka, Bangladesh : London ; Atlantic Highlands, N.J. : University Press ; Zed Books, 1995Description: xiv, 144 p. : ill. ; 23 cmISBN: 9840512722 (Dhaka); 1856492737 (hb); 1856492745 (pb); 9789840512720Subject(s): Women in developmentDDC classification: 305.42 LOC classification: HQ1240 | .J34 1995Online resources: WorldCat details
Contents:
Table of contents Introduction: women's agenda; perspectives from the South; the donors' response; analytical framework; data; organization of the study. The policy objectives and advocates: the policy objectives and approaches; policy targets; policy advocates. Institutional strategies: responsibility; accountability; co-ordination; monitoring; evaluation; personnel policy. Operational strategies: guidelines; training; research; special projects; analytical tools; country programming; macro policies; policy dialogue. Measuring progress: mainstreaming women in agency resources; mainstreaming women in agency discourse; gender equality; empowerment. Future challenges: achievements; future priorities.
Summary: Summary: Reviewing the progress achieved in making gender a central concern in the development progress, this book evaluates selected leading bilateral and multilateral donor agencies, including the World Bank, which have played a critical role in shaping the development agenda.
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Jahan, Rounaq.
Elusive agenda.
Dhaka, Bangladesh : University Press ; London ; Atlantic Highlands, N.J. : Zed Books, 1995
(OCoLC)654318988

Includes bibliographical references (p. [134]-139) and index.

Table of contents Introduction: women's agenda; perspectives from the South; the donors' response; analytical framework; data; organization of the study. The policy objectives and advocates: the policy objectives and approaches; policy targets; policy advocates. Institutional strategies: responsibility; accountability; co-ordination; monitoring; evaluation; personnel policy. Operational strategies: guidelines; training; research; special projects; analytical tools; country programming; macro policies; policy dialogue. Measuring progress: mainstreaming women in agency resources; mainstreaming women in agency discourse; gender equality; empowerment. Future challenges: achievements; future priorities.

Summary:
Reviewing the progress achieved in making gender a central concern in the development progress, this book evaluates selected leading bilateral and multilateral donor agencies, including the World Bank, which have played a critical role in shaping the development agenda.

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