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Digital Dangers: Information and Communication Technologies and Trafficking in Women

It seems unlikely that whoever coined the term ‘information superhighway’ anticipated that the traffic on the internet would be in people, as well as information. How, and how much, the internet and other ICTs are implicated in trafficking is the subject of this paper.

We, the Women: The United Nations, Feminism and Economic Justice

This paper aims to contribute to the debate around internationally agreed development and human rights goals not being met, what this implies for economic justice and women's engagement with the UN, and about the role of the UN.

We, the Women: The United Nations, Feminism and Economic Justice

This paper aims to contribute to the debate around internationally agreed development and human rights goals not being met, what this implies for economic justice and women's engagement with the UN, and about the role of the UN.

We, the Women: The United Nations, Feminism and Economic Justice

This paper aims to contribute to the debate around internationally agreed development and human rights goals not being met, what this implies for economic justice and women's engagement with the UN, and about the role of the UN.

Civil Society, Community Participation and Empowerment in the Era of Globalisation

In this article, feminist political economist Marilyn Waring looks at international development, civil society and the rights agenda through a feminist movement history lens.

Civil Society, Community Participation and Empowerment in the Era of Globalisation

In this article, feminist political economist Marilyn Waring looks at international development, civil society and the rights agenda through a feminist movement history lens.

Civil Society, Community Participation and Empowerment in the Era of Globalisation

In this article, feminist political economist Marilyn Waring looks at international development, civil society and the rights agenda through a feminist movement history lens.

A Rights-Based Approach to Development

This primer describes the rights-based approach to development, presents its benefits to the development community, and suggests some ways that it can be used.

A Rights-Based Approach to Development

This primer describes the rights-based approach to development, presents its benefits to the development community, and suggests some ways that it can be used.

A Rights-Based Approach to Development

This primer describes the rights-based approach to development, presents its benefits to the development community, and suggests some ways that it can be used.