The art of gender training
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CTA. 2002. The art of gender training. Spore 99. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Gender training in Ghana. Politics, issues and tools Edited by D Tsikata, Woeli Publishing Services, Ghana, 2001. 450 pp. ISBN 9964978766 GBP 21.50 Euro 34.55
To impart to others what gender issues are and to make other people gender sensitive is easier said than done. Training is one way of conveying this. Dzodzi Tsikata brought together an interesting set of essays on gender training in Ghana. One angle she elaborates, is based on research among trainers, training institutes and participants of gender trainings. Secondly, various gender trainers, including one male, share their methods and tools, such as theatre or social impact assessment, used in their trainings, and finally, the book incorporates the results of a national conference of gender trainers, discussing the research, underlying this publication. All in all, this sturdy publication provides a comprehensive picture of the Ghanaian situation and is interesting for people elsewhere who work on gender awareness raising. Books like these are sorely needed in other countries too. Gender training in Ghana. Politics, issues and tools Edited by D Tsikata, Woeli Publishing Services, Ghana, 2001. 450 pp. ISBN 9964978766 GBP 21.50 Euro 34.55 African Books Collective Ltd The Jam Factory, 27 Park End Street, Oxford, OX1 1HU, UK Fax: + 44 1865 79 32 98 Email: email@example.com
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