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close this bookWomen's Rights and Development (Oxfam, 1995, 50 p.)
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View the documentPreface
View the documentIntroduction
View the documentWomen in the new world order: Voices of workers from the Third World
View the documentA development agency as a patriarchal cooking pot the evaporation of policies for women's advancement
View the documentGender and development in European development cooperation
View the documentOverview of discussion
View the documentPanel session: The future agenda of the women's movement in relation to national and international structures
View the documentOverview of discussion
View the documentStrategies for achieving a women's rights policy agenda: over new of working groups
View the documentClosing remarks
View the documentParticipants
View the documentSeminar programme


Vision and Strategy for the Twenty-first Century

A seminar organised by One World Action, Oxfam UK/I, the Gender Institute of the
London School of Economics, and Queen Elizabeth House, University of Oxford

Held at Wolfson College, Oxford, May 24 1995

Report compiled by Mandy Macdonald

Oxfam (UK and Ireland) and One World Action
Oxfam 1995
A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library.
ISBN 0 85598 340 X

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One World Action is a partnership between poor and exploited people in the South and those who share their vision of a better, more equal world. One World Action works with organisations who have a f rm belief in democracy and equality linked with a respect for human rights and freedoms. Priority is given to trying to influence and change policies and practices in the North that perpetuate or cause poverty and inequality in the South. Promoting and strengthening more participatory democracy and especially greater active involvement of women internationally, nationally, and locally, linked to lobbying for European policies and practices that support and facilitate this, is a central focus of the work of One World Action.