Effective Support for Women's Leadership in the Pacific:Lessons from the Evidence
Improving women’s leadership prospects in the Pacific is a priority for development organisations – but, after years of efforts to understand and help overcome the barriers that women face - what actually works? Elise Howard’s paper, released on the International Women’s Day, unpacks how to understand leadership in the Pacific and draws conclusions on the lessons that can be learnt from decades of work.
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