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Information Skills for Education Students

Lloyd Richardson
Learning Matters
Exeter
2009
Changing in information and communications technology are radically transforming our lives and the pace of change is accelerating at such a rate that traditional. Patterns of education will no longer suffice if we are to cope with the economic and social challenges of the so-called Information Age.

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Women and the Subsistence Sector: Economic Participation and Household Decisionmaking in Nepal

Meena Acharya
The World Bank
Washington
1982
The intent of this discussion is to initiate an analysis of the relationships between cultural patterns and norms of female behavior, the sexual division of labor and women`s status, as indicated by their relative input into the household decision-making process. Although it is recognized that status is a multi-dimensional concept and there are other equally important indicators, household decision- making is singled out here as a particularly powerful indicator of the internal dynamics of sexual stratification within the household when caste and economic status are held constant.

Promoting Basic Education for Women and Girls: Four African Case Studies

Pai Obanya
Unesco
Paris
2004
The four case studies reported here are a follow-up to the study entitled " Promoting Basic Education for Women and Girls: a survey of structures, programmes and activities in Africa" which has been published in this series.All the studies examine developments in both the formal and the non-formal sectors of basic education.

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Meeting The Challenge : Vocational Training : Current Status and Future Perspective

Mazen Hashweh
Amin Ghosheh
Muhannad Tull
Ahmad Hmeidan
Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation
Jerusalem
1996
The most important factor distinguishing this work is its view of the training system as a production facility where raw material ( in this case students) is subjected to many processes in order to produce the finished goods (graduates). The best result would be achieved if this production facility were capable of producing the best quality at the lowest cost, and also capable of responding to the changing needs of the consumer, in this case employers in the labor market

Youth Against Corruption

The Lebanese Transparency Association
The Lebanese Transparency Association
Lebanon
If we considered young people to be between the age of 15 and 24, the first observation we can make is that Lebanese young people were born after the beginning of the war and sometime during the conflict (1975-1990) , thus, the term "war generation" is an appropriate one. The second conclusion, which is no less important, is that although the war is present in the consciousness of most youg people, none of them took part in it or likely even followed it, depending on a person`s political maturity. The war ended in 1990, when the oldest young person today was approximately 14 years old,. Therefore, the majority of young people reached political maturity after the war, they found themselves paying its price and suffering from its political, economic and social consequences.

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Choice and Power: A Discussion of Early Marriage in The Gaza Strip

Mona Gali
Munther Emad
Iman Radwan
Women`s Affairs Center
Gaza
1999
A clear indicator of the level of socio-economic development in a society is female age at first marriage.Women enter marriage at a later age in modernized states, deferring marriage for schooling and careers. Women from developing areas, and including the Gaza Strip, marry at comparatively younger age.

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Engendering the Peace Process: A Gender Approach to Dayton- and Beyond

The Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation
Sweden
2000
During war and armed conflicts, particularly internal ones, civil society is usually represented to a great extent by women and women`s organisations, responsible for holding the societies together and ensuring the safety for children and the elderly, consequently, as women experience the immediate consequences of war on civil society, they are in general the first to work for peace and reconciliation.

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Gender 21: Women`s Recommendations to the 2nd Ministerial Conference on Water

International Information Centre and Archives for the Women's Movement
Amsterdam
2000
Governments are urged: To consider developing and issuing by the year 2000 a strategy of changes necessary to eliminate constitutional. legal, administrative, cultural, behavioral, social and economic obstacles to women`s full participation in sustainable development and in public life.

Teacher Education Guidelines: Using open and Distance Learning

Hillary Perraton
Charlotte Creed
Bernadette Robinson
UNESCO Pub.
Paris
2002
These guidelines are designed to help anyone considering the use of open and distance learning for teachers. They try to answer eight major questions- and more minor one- and in the light of answers to them to identify the options available to planners and strategies for choosing between the options.

Gender Issues and Best Practices in Land Administration Projects: A Synthesis Report

Agriculture & Rural Development Department The World Bank
The World Bank
Washington, D.C.
2005
The report is a synthesis of information gleaned from four case studies of World Bank- financed land programs in Azerbaijan, Bolivia, Ghana, and the Lao people`s Democratic Republic. The case studies were designed to both broaden and deepen our understanding of how land policies affect women and men with an aim to applying this knowledge in very practical ways to World Bank- supported land projects.

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