Gender equality

  • Analysis

    Gender equality: Women still lag behind

    By Lynnet A.S Farirai THE marginalisation of women in socio-economic and political affairs in society has always been a major talking point since time immemorial. Mainly led by feminists, the quest to push for equality between men and women was witnessed between the 17th and 19th century and it was rooted in the liberal tradition of rights and freedoms. The…

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  • Analysis

    Gender equality a key ingredient for sustainable development

    By Percy Shonhiwa The Aristotelian views that saw women as subject to men and lacking authority contributed immensely to the gender inequality that exists in the world. Gender inequality hinders the prospects of poverty reduction and endangers the prospects of human and economic development. Inequality to resource access and disposal; the gender division of labour which results in highly paid…

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  • Analysis

    Globalisation, gender and environment | ANALYSIS

    By Gift Mazhozho GLOBALLY, the evidence has been mounting in linking gender equality and enhanced environmental outcomes. In fact, evidence reveals that there is a correlation between environment and gender; when gender inequality is high, forest depletion, air pollution and other measures of environmental degradation are also high. Gender inequality is one of the most persistent risks to sustainable development and is adversely affecting the access to, and the use of natural resources such…

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