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The religion-gender nexus in development : policy and practice considerations / [edited by] Nora Khalaf-Elledge.

Other author/creatorKhalaf-Elledge, Nora, editor.
Format Book and Print
Publication Info Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2022.
Copyright Notice ©2022
Descriptionviii, 152 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 23 cm.
Subject(s)
Series Routledge research in religion and development
Routledge research in religion and development.
Contents Part I: Why the religion-gender nexus matters in development -- 1 Religion and gender at the crossroads: key concepts and theories -- 2 Gender in development theory and practice -- 3 Religion in development and its impact on gender issues -- Part II How to engage with the religion-gender nexus in development policy and practice -- 4 Realising religious literacy: moving beyond religious partnerships -- 5 Fulfilling the promise of GAD: addressing religion in gender analyses -- 6 Tackling the taboo: transforming practitioners' attitudes towards religion (and gender!) -- 7 Changing the sector: enabling practitioners to drive internal change
Abstract "This book illuminates the intersections of religion and gender within the development sector, exposing challenges in both policy and practice and suggesting implementable solutions. This book argues that a better understanding of the religion-gender nexus is needed by development sector practitioners, especially at a time when religious arguments are being used around the world to justify gender inequality and violence against women. The book situates the nexus in the context of the wider power balances dynamics in both donor and recipient countries, drawing on extensive qualitative research with senior gender personnel, religion advisors, and implementation partners from across the largest bilateral-development agencies. The nexus is considered from the grassroots level up to donor country politics and across key themes such as gender-based violence, reproductive rights, unpaid care and domestic work, and women's participation in leadership roles. The book concludes by offering implementable solutions for practitioners to address the religion-gender nexus in a more meaningful way. Bridging the gap between academic theory and day-to-day development practice, this book is an important reference for development practitioners, and for researchers from across development studies, gender studies and religious studies"-- Provided by publisher
General note"Routledge Focus"--from cover.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references and index.
Issued in other formOnline version: Khalaf-Elledge, Nora. Religion-gender nexus in development. New York : Routledge, 2021 9781003112549
LCCN 2021016552
ISBN9780367632328 hardcover
ISBN0367632322 hardcover
ISBN9780367632342 paperback
ISBN0367632349 paperback
ISBNelectronic book
ISBNelectronic publication
ISBNelectronic book

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