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The archives contains presentations and materials from past events and lectures.
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February 21, 2005:
"Technical Professional and Political Approaches to Gender Equality, Equity and Women’s Empowerment: WID/WAD/GAD and Women’s Movements" by Dr. Peggy Antrobus Read Presentation »

December 2nd 2004
"Women and Leadership: Some Strategies of Transformational Women Leaders in The Caribbean" by Violet Eudine Barriteau
 




















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" Women as citizens represent more than themselves when they negotiate or are denied negotiations for inclusion in local government. Caribbean Women also represent a constituency of children and older dependents. Their needs and political relevance are not always articulated as primary citizens with an equal claim on the resources of the political system. Engendering local government strives to give women a collective political voice, to create a strong political base for policies that are just, equitable and people centered."
Engendering Local Government in the Commonwealth Caribbean, Violet Eudine Barriteau

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