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Trading women's health and rights? : Trade liberalization and reproductive health in developing economies
This book reviews linkages between international trade liberalization and reproductive health and rights, and focuses on how these linkages are mediated through women's employment, using case studies from Bangladesh, Egypt, Vietnam, China, Mexico and Sri Lanka. It takes up the issue of how trade liberalization affects government capacity to deliver reproductive health services and the international migration of nurses and midwives. It addresses policy and advocacy issues for advocates of both reproductive health and rights and economic justice, and argues how trade agreements weighted against the poor in the South have very specific gendered consequences.
Grown, Caren / Braunstein, Elissa / Malhotra, Anju
boek
2006
handel / beleid / internationale betrekkingen / reproductieve rechten / voortplanting / gezondheid / gezondheidszorg / moederschapszorg / verloskundigen / migratie / werkgelegenheid / ontwikkelingslanden / wereld / bundel
[etc.]
Aletta
via de website van Aletta.

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