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GENDER AND LEARNING IN RWANDA

GENDER AND LEARNING IN RWANDA

 

Edited by Professor Shirley Randell AO and Dr Hilary Yerbury

University of Technology Press, Sydney

ISBN

EPUB           978-0-9945039-6-1

Mobi             978-0-9924518-0-6

Paperback     978-0-9775200-7-7

PDF              978-0-9775200-9-1

Gender and Learning in Rwanda presents an unparalleled mix of aspiration and achievement, of feminist theory and practice. One part contains scholarly chapters written by academics involved in developing and teaching in the innovative master’s program in Gender, Culture and Development offered from 2011 at the Kigali Institute of Education in Rwanda. The second part contains revised and updated statements written by students in the first cohort. All contributions are informed by a set of common experiences, but each writer presents her (or his) own perspective, for example the short chapters written by the women who brought diverse backgrounds together in their passion for the scholarly development of both women and men, in an empowering, feminist, educational environment. The book is an invaluable resource for anyone interested in research-based approaches to social change, allied to personal experiences. Insights into leaders working towards gender equality is a policy area which affects relationships throughout a society, including at the most intimate level. Professor Shirley Randell AO, President of ISAA was the founder and director of the Centre, and Dr Hilary Yerbury, Member of ISAA National Council was one of the foundation lecturers. UTS has published this eBook under a Creative Commons license to make it available to readers in the developing world. The link is: doi.org/10.5130/aag

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