Decentralization as a narrative of opportunity for women in Indonesia

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Women Research Institute , Jakarta, Indonesia
StatementEdriana Noerdin, Sita Aripurnami, Yanti Muchtar.
ContributionsAripurnami, Sita., Muchtar, Yanti., Women Research Institute.
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 221 p. :
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Open LibraryOL18519101M
ISBN 139789799930569
LC Control Number2008312404
OCLC/WorldCa215180237

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Noerdin, Edriana. Decentralization as a narrative of opportunity for women in Indonesia. Jakarta, Indonesia: Women Research Institute, Decentralization as a Narrative of Opportunity for Women in Indonesia. By Edriana Noerdin, This book offers a gendered analysis of decentralization to capture the efforts of women and women organizations to make decentralization meaningful for their daily life.

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