Feminism and Adult Education: The Nexus of Policy, Practice, and Payment
AbstractThis paper provides a critical feminist analysis of the intersection of policy, practice and decisions about funding for women. Beginning with a discussion of the current Canadian context, the authors move to an examination of international policies on the lives of women such as CONFINTEA, MDGs and CEDAW. They then examine three specific international programs where these policies are enacted globally. This paper highlights the interconnections of the local and the global, and the need to look beyond our current Canadian context for insights into the practice of adult education.
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