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close this book Women's rights and development
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View the document Women in the new world order: Voices of workers from the Third World
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View the document Gender and development in European development cooperation
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View the document Panel session: The future agenda of the women's movement in relation to national and international structures
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View the document Strategies for achieving a women's rights policy agenda: over new of working groups
View the document Closing remarks
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View the document Seminar programme

Participants

LinaAbu Habib, Oxfam UK/I, UK

Bisi Adeleye-Fayemi, Akina Mama wa Afrika, UIK

Georgina Ashworth, Change, UK

Sally Baden, BRIDGE, Institute of Development

Studies, UK

Roma Battercharjea, Oxfam UK/I, UK

Steve Billcliffe, One World Action, UK

Audrey Bronstein, Oxfam UK/I, UK

Angelica Brown, Foundation for Autonomy and

Development of the Atlantic Coast of Nicaragua

Florence Butegwa, WILDAF, Zimbabwe

Daniela Colombo, AIDoS, Italy

Pauline Eccles, Irish Commission forJustice and

Peace, Ireland

Judy El-Bushra, ACORD, UK

Alda Facio, ILANUD, Costa Rica

Sukey Field, Gender and PlanningAssociates,

Women Development Consultants, UK

Anne Marie Goetz, Institute of Development

Studies, University of Sussex, UK

Barbara Harriss-White, Wolfson College and Queen

Elizabeth House, University of Oxford, UK

Edward Horesh, One World Action, UK

Devaki Jain, Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era, India

HazelJohnstone, LSE Gender Institute, UK

Naila Kabeer, Institute of Development Studies,

University of Sussex, UK

Marilee Karl, Isis International, Italy

Deborah Kasente, Makerere University, Uganda

Tanya Khara, One World Action, UK

Wanjiru Kihoro, Abantu for Development, UK

Caroline Knowles, Development in Prach£e, UK

Diana Leonard, Institute of Education, University of

London, UK

Caren Levy, Development Planning Unit, University

College, University of London, UK

Matthew Lockwood, School of African and Asian

Studies, University of Sussex, UK

Sara Hlupekile Longwe, Longwe Clarke and

Associates, Zambia

Mandy Macdonald, UK

Rosie McGee, British Council, UK

Candida March, Oxfam UK/I, UK

Charlotte Martin, LSE Gender Institute, UK

Nicky May, UK

Dianna Melrose, Oxfam UK/I, UK

Swasti Mitter, UNU/INTECH, Netherlands

Maitrayee Mukhopadhyay, Oxfam UK/I, UK

Henrietta Moore, LSE Gender Institute, UK

Iheoma Obibi, Inter-African Network for Human

Rights and Development, UK

Helen O'Connell, One World Action, UK

Ruth Pearson, School of Development Studies,

University of East Anglia, UK

Eugenia Piza-Lopez, Oxfam UK/I, UK

Doreen Plantenga, Women and Autonomy Centre

(VENA) Leiden University, Netherlands

Hazel Plunkett, One World Action, UK

Martin Porter, Magdalen College, University of

Oxford, UK

Nanneke Redclift, University College, University of

London, UK

Andy Rutherford, One World Action, UK

Joanne Sandler, UNIFEM, US

Jane Scobie, Intermediate Tehnology (ITDG), UK

Yvonne Shanahan, Oxfam UK/I, UK

Sue Smith, Oxfam UK/I, UK

Ines Smyth, Development Studies, Insitute, LSE,

UK

Pam Sparr, Alt-WID (alternative Women in

Development), USA

Ellen Sprenger, NOVIB, Ne~erlands

Caroloiine Sweetman, Oxfam UK/I, UK

Noor Tabbers, Women and Autonomy Centre

(VENA) Leiden University, Netherlands

Fiona Thomas, Gender Orientation on

Development Group, UK

Sarah Totterdell, Oxfam UK/I, UK

Megan Vaughan, Nuffield College and Queen

Elizabeth House, University of Oxford, UK

Michael Vincent, Oxfam UK/I, UK

Bridget Walker, Oxfam UK/I, UK

Ann Whitehead, University of Sussex, UK

Hesti Wijaya

Jane Winder, One World Action, UK

Jane Williams, UNU/INTECH, Netherlands

Helen Yuill, Nicaragua Solidarity Campaign, U K