Wendy Harcourt looks candidly at mainstreaming gender in development and in social movements. She explores the difficulties of bringing gender into development policy and social movements spaces, two areas where she has been actively engaged over the last two decades. The talk will be a critical look at gender 'mainstreaming', but not in the usual sense. It will look at the gender mainstreaming in the area of ‘body politics’ – the bureaucratizing of gender within population and development policy and in global social movement processes.

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Keywords economic development, gender
Persistent URL hdl.handle.net/1765/39063
Series ISS Staff Group 4: Rural Development, Environment and Population
Citation
Harcourt, W. (2012). Gender Matters to Whom: Keeping the Politics in Gender and Development. ISS Staff Group 4: Rural Development, Environment and Population. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/39063