Routledge ISS Gender, Sexuality and Development Studies
Gender Justice and Human Rights in International Development Assistance provides a critical analysis of how frameworks of gender equality play out in the field of international development assistance, at theoretical, international legislative and policy levels, donor and national policy levels and programme levels. If current dominant theoretical perspectives are not interrogated, the consequences could be that gender inequalities and injustices are inadequately addressed, or that opportunities are missed to impact on poverty reduction and on transformative gender changes. Through a renewed interpretation of gender equality in IDA, the book aims to show the way towards a more effective response to gender inequalities and injustices faced by women in developing countries.Drawing on 20 years of experience working with IDA policies and programming across three continents, this book makes an important contribution to the active and dynamic field of critical feminism, as well as providing practical illustrations on how such critical thinking might contribute to gender transformational changes. Gender Justice and Human Rights in International Development Assistance will be important reading for scholars and upper level students working in the fields of gender equality, human rights, development assistance, foreign affairs, international law, and international relations.
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Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; List of abbreviations and acronyms; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Part I; 1 Breaking the waves; 2 Wavering across international normative architecture; Part II; 3 Variations on the politics of gender equality; 4 Universal nocturnes of injustices; Part III; 5 Critical reframing of gender equality; Bibliography; Index
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