Periodical Reports

Migrant Women Workers in Southeast Asia Challenges, Programs and Best Practices

Published on October 01, 2013 | By Ariana Leon Rabindranath

This report offers an overview of the major issues related to social protection for migrant women workers in Southeast Asia. It includes a keynote address and summary findings from a symposium that took place in October 2012.

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Integrating a Gender Perspective into Development: What Works and Why?

Published on December 01, 2011 | By Barbara Miller and Andrea Bertone

This report provides an introduction to gender inclusion in the U.S. Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review (QDDR); includes the text of the Annual James P. Grant Lecture, given by The Honorable Melanne Verveer, Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women’s Issues in the U.S. State Department; offers a summary of a Roundtable at which five experts on women in development provide examples from their experience on what works in promoting and implementing a gender perspective in development policies, programs, and projects; and concludes with a section on data needs for genderresponsive development.

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Gender Inclusion for Social Resilience: A Key Factor in Disaster Reduction, Relief, and Recovery

Published on December 01, 2012 | By Milad Pournik, Jaeeun Chung, and Barbara Miller

This report offers a brief review of the concept of social resilience, especially in relation to natural disasters and with specific attention to women and girls as victims of disasters and active participants in disaster prevention and response.

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