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Gender impact study on economic reform in the Cook Islands
|Statement||research/writing, Rongo File ; editing, Milika Tuita & Mereseini Seniloli ; photographs, Rongo File|
|Contributions||Tuita, Milika, Nagatalevu-Seniloli, Mereseini, Pacific Foundation for the Advancement of Women|
|LC Classifications||HC686.3 .F55 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 35 p. :|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||2009286278|
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Gender impact study on economic reform in the Cook Islands. Suva, Fiji: Pacific Foundation for the Advancement of Women. MLA Citation. File, Rongo. and Tuita, Milika. and Seniloli, Mereseini. Inthe Cook Islands had participated in the Beijing Conference, adopting the Beijing Platform of Action and endorsing a national policy on women which focused on women in economic.
A Quantitative Framework This paper studies how public policies, including pro-women interventions, can raise female labour force participation and promote economic growth in India.
The first part provides a brief review of gender issues in the by: 2. Economic reform in many developing countries has been associated with stabilisation and structural adjustment programmes supported by international financial institutions (IFIs).
As these have become more widespread and long term, concern has grown about the impact of economic reform policies on poverty. The impact of economic reform policies on women’s human rights. For his thematic report to the UN General Assembly, 73rd session, the Independent Expert on foreign debt and human rights has focused on the links and the impact of economic reforms and austerity measures on.
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One of the vital factors in society structural system is the gender relations between men and women, to understand the power relations between women and men through the different gender roles they play in their families and community.
In general this factor often place a woman in a vulnerable situation compared to Size: KB. The world is currently facing the aftermath of the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression. Going for Growth examines the structural policy measures that have been taken in response to the crisis, evaluates their possible impact on long-term economic growth, and identifies the most imperative reforms needed to strengthen addition, it provides a global assessment.
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The solution to the country's economic problems has been sought in the privatisation of government assets and services and the development of free‐market principles. Social Impact Assessment reports of these reforms have included information on their effect on women and children under the heading of ‘gender’; men, however, are notably Cited by: Moha Ennaji is a former Fulbright Scholar and visiting professor at Rutgers University.
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reform initiatives in SIDS. Most of the cases are from the Pacific islands and the review did not find case studies from other regions, other than the Seychelles. Rightsizing the public sector A number of SIDS in the Pacific experienced public sector reform in the s as part of an overall economic File Size: KB.
This interagency report, produced by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the International Labour Office (ILO), is the first comprehensive look at gender and work in rural areas since the start of the global economic crisis.Dancing from the Heart is the first study of gender, globalization, and expressive culture in the Cook Islands.
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