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close this book Women's rights and development
View the document Preface
View the document Introduction
View the document Women in the new world order: Voices of workers from the Third World
View the document A development agency as a patriarchal cooking pot the evaporation of policies for women's advancement
View the document Gender and development in European development cooperation
View the document Overview of discussion
View the document Panel session: The future agenda of the women's movement in relation to national and international structures
View the document Overview of discussion
View the document Strategies for achieving a women's rights policy agenda: over new of working groups
View the document Closing remarks
View the document Participants
View the document Seminar programme

Seminar programme

Morning

Session 1: Presentations

Introduction and chair: Helen O'Connell, One World Aciton

Women in the new world order: voices of workers from the Third World

Swash Mia~, UNU/I~ECH

A development agency as a patriarchal cooking pot: the evaporation of policies for women's advancement

Sara HlupiJurle L<mgwe, L~ngwe Clarke and Assocuzles

Gender and development in European development cooperation

Dan~la CoRrmbo, AIDoS

Discussion

Session 2: The future agenda of tne women's movement in relation to national and international structures

Chair: Wanjiru Kihoro, Abantu for Development

Panel: Naila Kabeer, Institute of Development Studies

DevakiJain, DAWN

Ines Smyth, Development Studies Institute LSRE

Georgina Ashworth, Change

Eugenia Piza-Lopez, Oxfam UK/I

Discussion

Afternoon

Session 3: Working groups: What are the key strategies for achieving a women's rights policy agenda?

Facilitators: Megan Vaughan, Nuffield College and QEH, Universtiy of Oxford

Wanjiru Kihoro, Abantu for Development

Deborah Kasente, Makerere University

Doreen Plantenga, Women and Autonomy Centre (VENA)

Session 4: Rport back and synthesis: Helen O'Connell, One World Action

Closing presentation: Maitrayee Mukhopadhyay, Oxfam UK/I