Development with Women
Introductory essay: Development with Women
Targeting women or transforming institutions? Policy lessons from NGO anti-poverty efforts
Women in the informal sector: the contribution of education and training
The evaporation of gender policies in the patriarchal cooking pot
Sara Hlupelike Longwe
Participatory development: an approach sensitive to class and gender
Sanctioned violence: development and the persecution of women as witches in South Bihar
Men's violence against women in rural Bangladesh: undermined or exacerbated by microcredit programmes?
Sidney Ruth Schuler, Syed M. Hashemi, and Shamsul Huda Badal
Domestic violence, deportation, and women’s resistance
Women entrepreneurs in the Bangladeshi restaurant business
Mahmuda Rahman Khan
The Zimbabwe Women's Resource Centre and Network
Dealing with hidden issues: trafficked women in Nepal
Meena Poudel and Anita Shrestha
Power, institutions and gender relations: can gender training alter the equations?
Ranjani K. Murthy
Soup kitchens, women and social policy: case studies
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‘A useful collection of articles which provide an excellent insight into the practice of development and the contribution that women can and do make to the process. It provides a good overview and will certainly be on my reading list.’
– Professor Haleh Afshar, University of York