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Service and self-respect: women leaders in Latin American universities - (UNESCO Canada)
This paper is an examination of why there are so few women in senior administrative positions in Latin American universities.

UNESCO 1997 - 45 pages.

Women labourers and their struggle to win a space for living - (UNESCO CLT/DEC/CP)
Socio-cultural innovation among the women porters of the central fruit and vegetable market of Gultekadi, Pune (Maharashtra).

UNESCO 1991 - 194 pages

Education for a Culture of Peace in a Gender Perspective - (UNESCO Publishing)
Ed CoP gender perspective.jpg(UNESCO, 2001) This publication, based on a comprehensive, gender-sensitive approach to peace education, has been written during the first year of the United Nations International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-violence for the Children of the World (2001-2010).

Poverty, Gender and Human Trafficking in Sub-Saharan Africa: Rethinking Best Practices in Migration Management - (UNESCO)
poverty_gender_human+trafficking thumbnail.jpg(UNESCO, 2006)By Dr TD Truong. This publication tries to unpack the connection between human trafficking and poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa, based on a critical analysis of migration processes in relation to human rights abuse.

Gender-responsive best practices for Human Settlement (MOST Clearing House) - (UNESCO MOST Clearing House)
MOST database thumbnail copy.jpgDatabase of good practices

Inclusion of gender perspectives in family education: training manual - (UNESCO)
SHS1.bmpThe present training manual has been prepared within the framework of The Inclusion of Gender Perspective in Family Education Project, which is part of a larger UNESCO’s programme entitled Information and Communication Technology (ICT)-based Training on Basic Education for Social Development;

Women's Best Practices in Peace Building and Non-violent Conflict Resolution in Africa - (UNHCR, UNESCO, UNDP, UNFPA, UNICEF, UNIFEM)
Conflict resolution pub copy.jpg(1998) This publication aims to enhance good practices in conflict resolution by identifying the common denominators in the initiatives as well as their strategic elements. Subsequently, on the basis of the impact registered and the lessons learnt, it suggests a framework that can be the basis of strengthening women in their role as promoters of a culture of peace.





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