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Development

, Volume 55, Issue 3, pp 352–357 | Cite as

Women's Movements and Economic Power: Connecting the local and the global

  • Lisa VeneKlasen
  • Alia Khan
Local/Global Encounters
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Abstract

Lisa VeneKlasen and Alia Khan of Just Associates present first a contextual analysis of the forces and actors shaping the reality of women's lives today. They outline the importance of changing hearts and minds with time-tested strategies and new forms of organizing that can fuel development of and support for alternative economic arrangements that respect the rights, dignity, and interconnectivity of people and the planet.

Keywords

social justice gender civil society alternatives democracy netizens 

References

  1. Bhargava, Deepak (2003) ‘Speech to the Ford Foundation’, Executive Director, Center for Community Change, Washington, DC.Google Scholar
  2. Finnegan, William (2003) ‘The Economic of Empire: Notes on the Washington Consensus’, Harpers Magazine, May.Google Scholar

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© Society for International Development 2012

Authors and Affiliations

  • Lisa VeneKlasen
  • Alia Khan

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