Bibliographies (38)
Author(s): E. Bell, S. Jolly, L. Narayanaswamy, Institute of Development Studies UK, Apr 2003
Labour markets have been transformed by the process of globalisation and migration in recent decades, and this transformation has had important but varied gendered dimensions and impacts. This bibliography highlights the key gender issues and concerns in relation to voluntary economic migration in... Find out more
Author(s): H. Reeves, C. Sever, Institute of Development Studies UK, Mar 2003
What lessons can be learned from the implementation of gender budget initiatives (GBIs) across the world? What tools are available to support successful implementation? This collection of resources on gender and budgets seeks to answer these questions. It complements the overview report from this... Find out more
Author(s): E. Bell, P. Brambilla, Institute of Development Studies UK, Jun 2002
This bibliography gives annotations of 52 texts on gender and economic globalisation. The texts are divided into three main sections: the impact of globalisation; trade agreements, policy and financial institutions; and responses to globalisation. The overview featured at the beginning of the... Find out more
Author(s): E. Bell (ed), Institute of Development Studies UK, Jan 2002
By directing practitioners to useful information sources and examples on gender and HIV/AIDS, this Supporting Resources Collection seeks to contribute to a better understanding of how incorporating gender awareness into approaches to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic greatly improves their chances of... Find out more
Author(s): Susie Jolly, BRIDGE, Jan 2002
This Supporting Resources Collection provides summaries and extracts on a variety of resources which address the key questions: What has gender and development got to do with culture? Is gender and development an interference in people’s cultures? How can these issues be tackled on a practical... Find out more
Author(s): E. Bell, Institute of Development Studies UK, Nov 2001
Water is fundamental to the well being of women and men both in the household and productive activities and is key to poverty reduction and development. Water is also a strategic resource in that its control is a source of power. Interventions that change the control, use of and access to water... Find out more
Author(s): E. Bell (ed), P. Brambilla (ed), Institute of Development Studies UK, Nov 2001
By directing practitioners to useful information sources and examples on gender and participatory approaches, the Supporting Resources Collection seeks to contribute to a better understanding of how gender sensitive, participatory development has been and can be achieved. This collection also aims... Find out more
Author(s): D. Furlong, L. Hulton, Institute of Development Studies UK, Jan 2001
Aiming to be a practical and useful document for DFID education advisers and those responsible for the implementation of education programmes and projects, in striving towards the international goal of removing gender gaps in education by the year 2005, this bibliography presents a wide range of... Find out more
Author(s): E. Bell, Institute of Development Studies UK, Jan 2001
This bibliography provides a wide range of references for reports, academic articles and other materials on gender and governance. Section One lists overview texts on good governance and the role of the state. Section Two provides references for donor policy documents. The remainder of the... Find out more
Author(s): Hazel Reeves, Heike Wach, BRIDGE, Jan 1999
At the macroeconomic level, public expenditure decisions have been shown to be 'gender-blind' and disadvantage women. Efforts to engender national budgets can be either initiated from within government or outside government, but most have come from outside. South Africa's national level Women's... Find out more