Development

, Volume 52, Issue 1, pp 64–67 | Cite as

Approaches to Sexuality in a Multilateral Fund in Nicaragua

  • Camilo Antillón Najlis
Dialogue

Abstract

Camilo Antillón Najlis identifies the interests and priorities of different actors in the development industry in Nicaragua regarding sexuality issues, through the analysis of documents produced by FED and civil society organizations (FED's framework document and 122 project proposals) in the context of two of the project selection processes one in 2006 and the other in 2007.

Keywords

fund for gender equity sexual rights and reproductive rights 

References

  1. FED (2006) ‘Documento Base’, Consulted on 10 March 2008 from http://lationamerica.forumsyd.org/content/Resurser/left/FED/DocumentoBaseFEDb.pdf.
  2. Jolly, Susie (2006) ‘Not so Strange Bedfellows: Sexuality and international development’, Development 49 (1): 77–80 Consulted on 10 March 2008. http://palgrave-journals.com/development/journal/v49/n1/pdf/1100208a.pdf.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  3. Jolly, Susie (2007) Why the Development Industry Should Get Over its Obsession With Bad Sex and Start to Think About Pleasure, Brighton: Institute of Development Studies.Google Scholar
  4. Rubin, Gayle S. (1994) ‘Thinking Sex: Notes for a radical theory of the politics of sexuality’, in Carole Vance (ed.) Pleasure & Danger: Exploring female sexuality second edition, London: Pandora.Google Scholar

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  • Camilo Antillón Najlis

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