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Title Changing their world: concepts and practices of women's movements ( Building Feminist Movements and Organizations)
Call Number KP.II.SRI.C
Author(s) Srilatha Batliwala
Subject(s) Changing their world-concepts and practices
women's Movement
building Feminist-movement and organizations
Classification KP.II
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Language English
Publisher Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID)
Publishing Year 2008
Publishing Place New Delhi
Collation 68 Hal.;illus.; 28cm.
Abstract/Notes the book is an initiative to advance our understanding of feminist movements in the current global context, and to apply that understanding to strengthening the capacity of women's organizations to better catalyze, support, and sustain movement building.This compilation of case studies highlights the origins, structures, strategies, and impacts of various women's movements around the world. We undertook a series of 14 case studies from different regions of the world that have mobilized women to make a difference. The case studies are not a full representation of current women’s movements but rather an initial effort to document an interesting variety of movement experiences. The case studies were undertaken by researchers and advisors in different regions. A case guideline was developed to broadly obtain comparative data on the origins, structures, strategies and impacts of the movements. The studies were conducted and documented between July 2007 and February 2008.

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