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01:988:429 Engendering Development

Learning Goals

This course has five main objectives.

  • The first is to provide an analysis of the location of women in the processes of economic development; to understand what economic development is, the scales or levels at which it occurs, and the centrality of gender at every level.
  • The second is to examine theoretical and conceptual frameworks for that analysis.
  • The third is to reflect upon linkages between the global economy and the gendered macro and micro process of development and transitions from ‘government’ to ‘governance.’
  • The fourth is to understand the usefulness of a rights based approach to gender justice.
  • The fifth is to provide basis for research, practical action and policy formulation and for evaluating directions and strategies for social change from a gender perspective. 

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