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Women in the Context of International Development and Co-operation

Review and Perspectives- Selected Papers and Abstracts presented at the Justus-Liebig-University Gießen 26-28 October 2000

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Ingrid Ute Leonhäuser

Contents: Angelika Hartmann: Opening remarks – Ingrid-Ute Leonhäuser: Eulogy to the prize winner Dr. Emma Zapata Martelo – Emma Zapata Martelo: Organized Women: Their Voices and Spaces – Ulrike Rötten: Impact of labour-intensive public works on nutrition security – Katinka Weinberger: Women’s participation: Is it the same thing under a different setting? – Judith Bernhard: Meat and fish consumption in Burkina Faso with special regard to gender – Astrid Ritter-Weil: The role of women in development politics: Views and experiences of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung – Monika Baumhauer: The role of women in development politics: views and experiences of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung – Gabriele Reitmeier/Almut Thébaud: Women’s interests in development policy: views and experiences of the Friedrich-Naumann-Stiftung – Annekathrin Linck: Empowerment of women in political decision making processes. Local and global strategies of women in political agenda setting, Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung – Bianca Schimmel: Women’s projects in development co-operation: issues and examples from the perspective of technical co-operation, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit – Arlina Tarigan Sibero: Helping People to help themselves, experiences of the Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau – Annette Benad: Women and gender in development projects: experiences of the Deutsche Welthungerhilfe – Brun-Otto Bryde: Eulogy to the prize winners – Michaela Wittinger: Women and human rights in developing countries: The rights of women in the African charter on human and peoples’ rights and in the American convention on human rights – Christiane Simmler: The uti possidetis principle - on boundary definition between newly independent states.