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Chapter 1 - References

Modified on 2015/05/07 12:00 by Sean Zheng Paths: Read in Order Categorized as Chapter 1 - An overview on Gender statistics
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Corner, Lorraine (2003). From margins to mainstream: from gender statistics to engendering statistical systems. Available from www.academia.edu/1646587/From_margins_to_mainstream._From_gender_statistics_to_engendering_statistical_systems.

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____Regional Office for Africa (2005). Agricultural censuses and gender: lessons learned in Africa. Accra.

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Hedman, Birgitta, Francesca Perucci and Pehr Sundström (1996). Engendering Statistics: A Tool for Change. Stockholm: Statistics Sweden.

Klugman, Jeni, ed. (2002). A Sourcebook for Poverty Reduction Strategies, vol. 1, Core techniques and Cross-cutting Issues. Washington, D.C.: World Bank.

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____(2007). Report of the Inter-agency and Expert Group Meeting on the Development of Gender Statistics. New York, 12–14 December 2006.

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____(2009). Report of the Second Global Forum on Gender Statistics, 26-28 January 2009, Accra. Available from http://unstats.un.org/unsd/gender/Ghana_Jan2009/L3.pdf.

____(2012). Report of the Fourth Global Forum on Gender Statistics, 27-29 March 2012, Dead Sea, Jordan. Available from http://unstats.un.org/unsd/gender/Jordan_Mar2012/Report%20of%204th%20GFGS_2012_final.pdf.

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United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Country Technical Services Team for South and West Asia (2004). Report of the Regional Knowledge-sharing Workshop on Engendering Population Census in South and West Asia, Kathmandu, 8-10 March.

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UNFPA, Technical Division (2014). Methodological Guidelines for the Gender Analysis of National Population and Housing Census Data.

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