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Published by Oxfam GB in Cowley, Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sex discrimination in education -- Developing countries,
  • Women -- Education -- Developing countries,
  • Educational equalization -- Developing countries

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesProgramme insights
    Statementedited by Sheila Aikman and Elaine Unterhalter
    ContributionsUnterhalter, Elaine, Aikman, Sheila
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLC212.83.D44 P73 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 130 p. ;
    Number of Pages130
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18309586M
    ISBN 100855985984
    ISBN 109780855985981

    This book focuses on transforming policy and practice to promote equitable processes in education, in response to the need for equality, quality, and justice for all. It considers the significance of gender equality in education, and the ways in which gender inequality relates to other sources of division and conflict in society.   Among the topics discussed are feminist pedagogy, gender freedom in public education, androgyny, sex education, multiculturalism, the inclusive curriculum, and the educational significance of an ethics of multiauthor, dialogic structure of this book provides unusual breadth and cohesiveness as well as a forum for the exchange of ideas.

    In the varied discussions on the post education related agendas, there was strong consensus that gender equality in education remains a priority. Various inputs noted that inequalities in general, and particularly gender equality, need to be addressed simultaneously on multiple levels—economic, social, political and cultural. EDUCATION Equality in Enrolment and Completion Statistics gender mainstreaming into practice. To do so, is a necessary process for achieving gender equality in the most effective and efficient manner. 9. 1. A MAINSTREAMING APPROACH TO STAKEHOLDERS: WHO.

    Gender bias is a prejudice of one gender over another. It can be conscious or unconscious and can manifest in various ways ranging from subtle glances to obvious reactions. When children are about 2 years old, they learn about the physical differences between boys and girls and by the age of 4, they have a stable sense of their identity. equality in education. These are: equality of access, equality in the learning process, equality of educational outcomes, and equality of external results. Sections on each of the four dimensions include concrete activities that can be implemented as part of an overall strategy to achieve gender equality in education.


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Gender equality in schools 27 3. Gender equality and adult basic education 39 4. Beyond the mainstream: education for nomadic and pastoralist girls and boys 49 5.

Making it happen: political will for gender equality in education 61 6. Developing capacity to achieve gender equality in education 71 7. Gender-responsive budgeting in education 81 8. This book tackles these issues, drawing on the work of the Beyond Access, Gender, Education and Development project–a partnership between Oxfam GB, the Institute of Education (University of London), and the UK Department for International contributors discuss some of the key challenges in achieving gender equality in education.

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Practising Gender Equality in Education. Publication date. 15 Jun Type. Book. Authors. Aikman, Sheila Unterhalter, Elaine. Share publication. contributors discuss some of the key challenges in achieving gender equality in education, give examples of initiatives in a range of contexts, and make recommendations for action.

They suggest Cited by: Drawing on the work of the Beyond Access, Gender, Education, and Development project, contributors discuss some of the key challenges in achieving gender equality in education, give examples of initiatives in a range of contexts, and make recommendations for action.

They suggest that there is a more substantive goal to aim for than gender parity (i.e. the same proportion of girls and boys.

Practising Gender Equality in Education Sheila Aikman Elaine Unterhalter. Gender bias in textbooks (GBIT) is a low-profile education issue, givenchildren who still have no access to schooling, but this article argues that GBIT is: (1) an important, (2. Contributors to this book examine the extent and causes of gender-based inequality in education; analyse government policies and their implications for womene(tm)s empowerment; and report on original field-work in a range of local contexts where gender-equality initiatives have flourished.5/5(1).

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In recent years, both early childhood education (ECE) and gender equality have been climbing the priority list of global education.

Not surprisingly, both themes are also prominently featured on the list of focus areas of the Global Partnership for Education but also in strategically important regional frameworks like the African Union’s Continental Education Strategy for Africa (CESA ). Sheila Aikman is Global Education Policy Adviser at Oxfam Great Britain and co-editor, with Elaine Unterhalter, of Beyond Access: Transforming Policy and Practice for Gender Equality in Education.

Elaine Unterhalter is Senior Lecturer in Education and International Development at the Institute of Education, University of : $According to Drawdown, girls and women with more access to education would be more aware of the importance of family planning, contributing, for example, to the reduction of population growth and consequently of global warming (Learn more about why gender equality is one of the solutions to the climate crisis in ’s report).