1 edition of Research on the review of the implementation of gender related laws found in the catalog.
Research on the review of the implementation of gender related laws
Includes bibliographical references (p. 37-39).
|Other titles||Analysis of gender discriminatory laws in Kenya|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||43 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||43|
|LC Control Number||2012311128|
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Gender roles, gender identity, gender relations, and institutionalized gender influence the way in which an Cited by: (shelved 1 time as gender-related) avg rating —ratings — published Want to Read saving.
InADB adopted its policy on gender and development (GAD) to replace the policy on the role of women in development. The GAD policy marked a shift from targeted interventions in selected sectors, mainly the social sectors, to a gender mainstreaming approach recognizing gender as a cross-cutting issue influencing all development activities.
The literature review showed that there was a paucity of research evidence on locally relevant interventions to minimize GBV.
The impact of domestic violence on members of the household. Since Gender Studies is such a heterogenous field, the epistemological perspectives, methodologies, methods etc. differ greatly, too. I guess it's like everywhere else in science, but GS are. Why sex and gender matter in implementation research Cara Tannenbaum1,2*, Lorraine Greaves3 and Ian D.
Graham4 Abstract Background: There has been a recent swell in activity by health research funding organizations and science journal editors to increase uptake of sex and gender considerations in study design, conduct and reporting in order toCited by: Empirical research on firearms and violence has resulted in important findings that can inform policy decisions.
In particular, a wealth of descriptive information exists about the prevalence of firearm-related injuries and deaths, about firearms markets, and about the relationships between rates of gun ownership and violence. 13/3/ LSE Review of Books – Book Review: The International Handbook of Gender and Poverty: Concepts, Research, Policy edited by Sylvia Chant.
inclusion of gender-related policy changes and legal reforms in loan projects and programs, and (iii) various techniques to incorporate a gender perspective in physical infrastructure projects.
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Yet gender inequalities in the workplace persist. The purpose of this research is to document the psychosocial process involved in the persistence of gender discrimination Cited by: 5.
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Black's Law Dictionary defines feminist jurisprudence as "[a] branch of jurisprudence that examines the relationship between women and law, including the history of legal and social biases against women, the elimination of those biases in modern law, and the enhancement of women's legal rights and recognition in society.".
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References A section appearing at the end of written research reports and critical essays and containing the full citations for all the works cite in the manuscript.
The importance of gender in understanding health practices and illness experiences is increasingly recognized, and key to this work is a better understanding of the application of gender relations. The influence of masculinities and femininities, and the interplay within and between them manifests within relations and interactions among couples, family Cited by: Programme implementation cycle and research areas 43 Putting policy into practice for Programme implementation 43 Mainstreaming gender in the research areas 45 Mainstreaming gender in documentation and Programme promotion 46 Mainstreaming gender in the evaluation process 47 Participation of women in the File Size: KB.For 25 years, Gender & Development has published a range of voices from development research, policy and practice and feminist activists across the globe.
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