New Report: What Kind of Growth? Economies that Work for Women in Post-War Settings

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Friday, December 15, 2017 (All day)
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The economic challenges of post-war contexts are particularly acute and intensely gendered.  Unfortunately, mainstream economic development prescriptions often only lead to the deepening of gendered inequalities.  What's the alternative?  This workshop's unique gathering of feminist security scholars and feminist political economists explored ways in which feminist alternatives to neoclassical economic models offer the potential for generating equitable and sustainable solutions in post-war economies.  Read the press release and full report here.

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