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Education & Research links

Below are links to a selection of websites concerned with education and research on women and gender issues. Please let us know if there are any sites you think should be added here.


A Quick Guide to Using Gender Sensitive Indicators: A Reference Manual for
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Toolkit - Gender in Monitoring & Evaluation in Rural Development
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Gender Evaluation Toolkit
Incorporating gender analysis into evaluation of of information and ICT projects tested by APC, WNSP more...

Monitoring & Evaluation Tools, Issue No 23
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Women's Studies International Forum
WSIF is a bimonthly journal which aids the distribution and exchange of feminist research. This web-link allows for previews and downloads of published articles from the Journal. more...

LSE gender institute
The LSE Gender institute exists to address the major intellectual challenges posed by contemporary changes in gender relations. Their website includes information on the recent Women Connect conference 'Women with megaBYTE'. more...

Public Libraries on the Web
Public Libraries on the Web aims to provide an up-to-date picture of public library activity in the UK. This website indludes information on library opening times and internet activities. more...

International Centre for Research on Women
ICRW aims to improve the lives of women in poverty, advance women's equality and human rights, and contribute to economic and social well-being through research. Their website includes information on current research and publications. more...

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