Moving the Goalposts: Gender and Globalisation in the Twenty-First Century

Citation:

Pearson, Ruth. 2000. “Moving the Goalposts: Gender and Globalisation in the Twenty-First Century.” Gender & Development 8 (1): 10-9.

Author: Ruth Pearson

Abstract:

Development institutions saw their work challenged by those working on gender and development in the last third of the twentieth century. Ruth Pearson argues that the new century will witness an assertion of the global relevance of gender in development, and see gender analysis applied in new contexts, and to men as well as women.

Topics: Development, Gender, Women, Gender Analysis

Year: 2000

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