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Substantive, non-biased, well-researched discussions of timely topics and issues. Go to Browse Topics > Issue Tracker > Poverty and Homelessness. Find useful reports, such as: Domestic Poverty; Fighting Urban Poverty; Housing the Homeless; and Child Poverty.
Table of Contents
pt. 1. Concepts and methodologies for gendered poverty -- pt. 2. Debates on the 'feminism of poverty', and female-headed households -- pt. 3. Gender, family and lifecourse -- pt. 4. Gender, 'race' and migration -- pt. 5. Gender, health and poverty -- pt. 6. Gender, poverty and assets -- pt. 7. Gender, poverty and work -- pt. 8. Gendered poverty and policy interventions -- pt. 9. Microfinance and women's empowerment -- pt. 10. New frontiers in gendered poverty and research and analysis.
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