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Themes : Social justice, peace and solidarity
Martha Lanza, March 2012
2011 Volume 12
Ariel Salleh (ed.), London & New York : Pluto Press, 2009
International Newsletter for Sustainable Local Development Newsletter #95
International Newsletter for Sustainable Local Development Newsletter #94
Eléonore Dupré, November 2012
Article published in the International Newsletter on Sustainable Local Development, #60
Yvon Poirier, July 2009
Rajni Bakshi, September 2008
A holistic approach to community development
Yvon Poirier, October 2004
Sheelu Francis is an outstanding leader of the 60 thousand-strong women’s collective, active in the whole state of Tamil Nadu, Southern India. Sheelu is also the international spokesperson for the Collective, speaking about the impacts of international trade, debt and activities of transnational corporations on local development, on food security and sovereignty.
Marcos Arruda, February 2004
Case study of the Finsol workshop, Cameroun
Alice Tchepannou, June 2002
This document presents the foundation and gives a progress report of its financial activities between 2000 and 2002.
Case study of the Finsol workshop, India
This is a compilation of the Women’s Major Group Rio+20 position statements based on input from the March 2011 Women’s Major Group Position Paper, women’s statements presented at the Bonn UNDPI conference, the UNEP global Rio+20 consultation in Bonn and the Regional Rio+20 preparatory meetings in Santiago de Chile, Seoul, Cairo and Addis Ababa. This is a working document in continued progress. A globally developed summary of this document has been submitted as the Women’s Major Group submission for the zero-‐draft document for Rio+20. This compilation document is an annex.
Yahya Msangi, 2011
Ariel Salleh, May 2010
Permanent Mission of Germany to the United Nations
Concept paper written for the WSSE Dakar, Senegal meeting (Nov 19-21,2005)
Isabelle Guérin, September 2005
Equal opportunity for women and men and the question of reconciling professional and family life constitute an important aspect of a company’s social sustainability. Three member organisations of a European network of responsible shareholders launched a campaign to contact companies they hold shares in for a status report concerning equality between women and men.
Ariel Salleh, March 2004
RAP publication 2004/01
Women’s entry into public life has been a major event in history. It has caused an upheaval in dominant mindsets and highlighted a number of contradictions that are inherent to the organization of the social order. Women recommend that the dominant values of the patriarchal system be fundamentally questioned and condemned for their responsibility in excluding a greater part of humankind, in establishing the domination of the strong, and in the destruction of our planet.
Nadia Leïla Aïssaoui, November 2003
In this text, the author analyses subjects such as women, gender and feminism; visibility of practices; current importance of the debate between feminism and the solidarity-based economy; limits, problems and challenges. Mirian Noble concludes: « The Solidarity-Based Economy is an ideal terrain for exercising new practices and fostering experiences based on equality and autonomy for women. »
Miriam Nobre, October 2003
This Proposals Paper summarizes the work of the Women and the Economy workshop, in which more than 50 people took part via an electronic forum, and two meetings, one in Paris between October 9 and 11, 2000, and the other in Havana between April 9 and 11 2001.
The paper presents the theoretical foundations as well as the theoretical contributions of Feminist Ecological Economics. In addition, it provides some applications of Feminist Ecological Economics and discusses future trends and perspectives.
Ellie Perkins, November 2001
M. Gracy, September 2001
Text on the gender aspects of international trade and globalisation in general, and the positive and negative gains made by women.
Sonia Ruiz Garcia, November 2000
The paper discusses the relationship between sustainability of communities and the contribution of women’s work to it.
Ellie Perkins, January 1998
RAP publication 2004/01
Contribution to Asian Solidarity Economy Forum 2009
Yoko Kitazawa, April 2009
Final report of the Women and Solidarity Economics seminar co-hosted by the Center for World Solidarity (Secunderabad, India) and the Women and Economy Workshop, Alliance for a Responsible, Plural and United World. The seminar took place in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India from January 9-11 2004.
Josée Belleau, January 2004
Reflections of the author on how to take into account women experiences of the economy in solidarity.
Cécile Sabourin, November 2000