Tag: women

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Is action research an empowering tool? Reflections from the Women Participating In Public Life Programme

By Suzanne Hammad, INTRAC Associate. “Empowerment cannot be defined in terms of specific activities or end results because it involves a […]

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High level obstruction? Politics at the UN CSW and civil society driven empowerment of women

By Arantxa Mandiola Lopez and Michael Hammer. In 1995, the fourth women’s world conference in Beijing sought to set out […]

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Using Action Research to promote women’s participation in North Africa

By Rowan Popplewell. I recently returned from a whirlwind trip across North Africa, facilitating workshops on Action Research with local […]

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Using Action Research to promote women’s participation in North Africa

By Rowan Popplewell. I recently returned from a whirlwind trip across North Africa, facilitating workshops on Action Research with local […]

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Action research and advocacy training for Women Participating in Public Life programme

Between 2012 and 2016 INTRAC delivered the design and implementation of an action research approach as part of the British […]

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Praxis Note 59. Leadership, gender and youth: Reviewing the old and experimenting with the new

  Gender had long been a priority in INTRAC’s programme to strengthen NGOs supporting self-help movements in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and […]

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