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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Women, development, and the UN.
Bloomington : Indiana University Press, ©2005
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|ISBN:||0253346975 9780253346971 0253218195 9780253218193|
|Notes:||Printbegrænsninger : Der kan printes 40 sider pr. bog pr. session
Introduction: Women, development, and equality : history as inconclusive dialogue. Setting the stage for equality, 1945-1965. Inscribing development into rights, 1966-1975. Questioning development paradigms, 1976-1985. Development as if women mattered, 1986-1995. Lessons from the UN's sixth decade, 1996-2005
|Description:||1 online resource (xxiv, 230 p.)|
|Contents:||Introduction: Women, development, and equality : history as inconclusive dialogue --
Setting the stage for equality, 1945-1965 --
Inscribing development into rights, 1966-1975 --
Questioning development paradigms, 1976-1985 --
Development as if women mattered, 1986-1995 --
Lessons from the UN's sixth decade, 1996-2005.
|Series Title:||United Nations intellectual history project (Series)|
|Responsibility:||Devaki Jain ; foreword by Amartya Sen|
"This is the 7th of a 14-volume comprehensive history of the United Nations (UN). The book begins with the UN's founding in 1945, when only 4 of the 160 signatories were women, from the Dominican