In recent years, discussions of gender equality have become integral to humanitarian discourse. Heavily influenced by established thought in �gender and development� studies, gender is now included as a priority cross-cutting issue in the policy and practice of most major (western) international humanitarian assistance (IHA) providers. The concentration of women and children in displaced populations and a growing belief amongst donors and the international humanitarian community that women are...[Show more]
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