About the Book
This book is a comprehensive and critical investigation of the various issues associated with the gender mainstreaming in ten chapters that deals with social, economic and political empowerment. Gender mainstreaming is a process of redefining women’s and men’s involvement in determining who does what, who has the ownership, who has access to education, employment, income, who controls resources and institutions and who makes decisions and who determines priorities. Hope this books will be good source of information for the students, teachers, researchers, professionals in particular and for the others who are interested in this field.
About the Author
Robert Antoinette is the Research Director of the Igarape Institute, Canada. He is also associate at the Center for Conflict, Development and Peace Building (CCDP) Switzerland. He received his D.Phil from Oxford University and his M.Phil at the Institute for Development Studies, University of Sussex. He has lead or conducted applied research on themes of security promotion, governance and development. He has worked with multilateral and bilateral agencies in over twenty developing countries. He currently oversees several projects on urban violence, stabilization and humanitarian action. His work is published in peer-reviewed and policy-relevant journals, academic volumes and the international media.