3 edition of Investigating the Implications of Ten Years of Democracy for Women found in the catalog.
September 5, 2000
by The Institute for Democracy in South Africa
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||96|
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Get this from a library. Investigating the implications of ten years of democracy for women: what do the budgets say?. [Penny Parenzee; Women's Budget Initiative (South Africa);]. This study analyses ten years of South Africa's government budgets from a gender perspective.
It considers the budgets of four government departments - Labour, Social Development, Justice and Constitutional Development, and Safety and Security - assessing the role each department has played in implementing gender equality during the first ten years of post-apartheid democracy.
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Page 4 of 4. Implications for Democracy. All the literature in comparative politics, writings about democracy, democratization, point to the importance of the middle class as the foundation of a working democratic system.
Investigating the Implications of Ten Years of Democracy for Women. Institute for Democracy in South Africa: Cape Town, pp.
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