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  • By: Tina Wallace, Fenella Porter, Mark Ralph-Bowman

    This book explored how international NGOs are navigating fast moving changes such as the economic crisis, aid conditionality and increased competition for funding. The authors see a crisis for...

  • By: Elisabeth Armstrong

    This book describes the changing landscape of women’s politics for equality and liberation during the rise of neoliberalism in India. Neoliberal measures vastly reduced poverty alleviation...

  • By: Susie Orbach

    This book explores our love/hate relationship with food and describes how fat is about so much more than food. According to the author, fat is a response to our social situation and the way we...

  • By: Devaki Jain

    This volume brings together 14 essays by feminist thinkers from different part of the world reflecting on the flaws in the current patterns of development, and arguing for political, economic, and...

  • By: Phyllis Chesler

    In her cathartic book, Chesler addresses the double standards in psychology. She draws on studies, various theories as well as on many interviews and on her own personal experience. She argues...

  • By: Debbie Budlender, Eileen Alma

    This book focuses on recent findings from sub-Saharan Africa where researchers in 12 countries explored the topic of women and land from many angles - legal, customary, political, and economic....

  • By: Kira Cochrane

    This book is a collection of key articles and interviews which have appeared in the Guardian newspaper since the 1970s to date beginning with the first women’s liberation conference in the UK and...

  • By: Margot Badran & Miriam Cooke

    This is the second edition of this volume and includes a generous selection of texts produced by Arab women challenging the widely accepted view of Middle Easter women as submissive non-thinkers...

  • By: Shulamith Firestone

    This book was a best seller when it was first published in 1970. The book is one of the first on the women’s liberation movements to put forth a feminist theory of politics. The book begins with...

  • By: Walter, Natasha

    This book is about empowerment, liberation and choice. Once the watchwords of feminism, these terms have now been co-opted by a society that sells women an airbrushed, highly sexualized and...