[COMM-ORG] Special Issue of Community Development Journal: Feminisms and Community Development
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From: Akwugo Emejulu <Akwugo.Emejulu at ed.ac.uk>
Apologies for cross-posting.
List members may be interested in the latest Special Issue of the
Community Development Journal entitled, 'The Politics of Everyday Life:
Feminisms and Contemporary Community Development'.
This Special Issue was inspired by the call from Elizabeth Wilson to
'inject some feminism into the community work scene'. Wilson argued
that community development workers, so focused on political struggles in
the workplace or in state structures, ignored the fight for gender
equality and social justice in the home and in the community. Although
Wilson was writing more than thirty years ago, the editors wanted to
revisit her critiques about the political orientation of community
development in order to assess the state of contemporary feminist
community development around the globe.
You can access this special issue and back issues of the Community
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Highlights from the issue include:
- The politics of everyday life: feminisms and contemporary community
Akwugo Emejulu and Audrey Bronstein
- Bringing women into local governance: a review of enabling mechanisms
in South Africa:
- Women's leadership in camps for internally displaced people in Darfur,
Devanna de la Puente
Dr. Akwugo Emejulu
Moray House School of Education
University of Edinburgh
Holyrood Road, Edinburgh EH8 8AQ
T: 0131 651 4167
E: akwugo.emejulu at ed.ac.uk
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