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Gender equality and sustainable development: world survey on the role of women in development 2014

The World Survey identifies a select range of issues that are fundamental to women’s lives and are strategic for achieving gender equality and sustainability. It analyses patterns of growth, employment generation and the role of public goods; food production, distribution and consumption; population dynamics and women’s bodily integrity; and water, sanitation and energy. The World Survey 2014 provides an in-depth analysis of sustainable development issues, the challenges and the solutions, through a gender lens.[authors abstract]
TitleGender equality and sustainable development: world survey on the role of women in development 2014
Publication TypeProgress Report
Year of Publication2014
AuthorsLeach, M., Mehta, L., Braunstein, E., Fukuda-Parr, S., Hartmann, E., Hendrixson, A., Sasser, J., Ray, I.
Document NumberRef. p. 118
Pagination132 p.;
Date Published10/2014
PublisherUN-Women
Place PublishedNew York, USA
Publication LanguageEnglish
ISBN Number 978 92 1 130330 8
ISSN Number978 92 1 057116 6
Keywordsfinancing investments, food insecurity, gender, green economy, sustainable development
Abstract
The World Survey identifies a select range of issues that are fundamental to women’s lives and are strategic for achieving gender equality and sustainability. It analyses patterns of growth, employment generation and the role of public goods; food production, distribution and consumption; population dynamics and women’s bodily integrity; and water, sanitation and energy. The World Survey 2014 provides an in-depth analysis of sustainable development issues, the challenges and the solutions, through a gender lens.[authors abstract]

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