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Analysing migration through a gender lens involves understanding the social relations and norms that influence womenś and menś roles and responsibilities, and their differential access to resources and services. Gendered norms around men and womenś roles and responsibilities have also shaped...
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The economic reform programs implemented in Central America have failed to meet their stated objectives. Although this failure can be attributed to a number of causes, an analysis of the economy as a gendered structure can help explain it, by looking not only at the impact of structural...
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Using a macro-meso-micro framework this paper examines the shifts in the hegemonic development model and the implementation of new participatory mechanisms. It argues that despite macro-level policy shifts, in the Chilean context, the implementation of these mechanisms at the meso- and...
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