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Title:Gender & poverty reduction
Editors:Reddy, Vasu
Moletsane, RelebohileISNI
Periodical:Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity (ISSN 1013-0950)
Geographic term:South Africa
Subjects:poverty reduction
gender inequality
External link:https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/ragn20/23/81
Abstract:This issue of 'Agenda' examines the intersections of gender, poverty and social policy in South Africa and some of the changes that have occurred in the postapartheid context. Articles: Gender and poverty reduction in its African feminist practice: an introduction (Vasu Reddy and Relebohile Moletsane); Gender and poverty reduction: the challenge of intersection (Elaine Unterhalter); Women, income and poverty: gendered access to resources in post-apartheid South Africa (Dorrit Posel and Michael Rogan); Farming and familial relations: women's fragile land rights under communal tenure in Namaqualand (Karin Kleinbooi); A gender analysis of national poverty reduction strategies (Jane Bennett); Rethinking poverty reduction strategies: a gendered analysis between Chile and South Africa (Harsha Dayal); Understandings about the interrelationship of gender inequality, poverty and education, and gender-based strategies to reduce poverty: some findings from two case studies in the South African education sector (Jenni Karlsson); Gender approaches to poverty reduction in informal settlements in South Africa: some perspectives from the Social Movements Indaba - KZN, KwaZulu-Natal (Lubna Nadvi); Confronting social exclusion, HIV and gender inequalities in South Africa (Laetitia Rispel and Jennie Popay); Challenging city imaginaries: street traders' struggles in Warwick Junction (Caroline Skinner); Gender, skills development and poverty reduction (Pontso Moorosi); The Development Caravan system: partnering with the poor to eradicate poverty (Girlie Silinda); Migration and development: the contribution of women migrant workers to poverty alleviation (Annette Lansink); Gender, poverty and taxation: an overview of a multi-country study of gender and taxation (Imraan Valodia). [ASC Leiden abstract]