Women and Local Economies, Territories, Knowledge and Power: Recognizing the processes of women entrepreneurship in the rural areas of Central America
Authors/editor(s): Rita Cassisi, Gilda Esposito, Mayra Falck, Angelica Faune
The publication also seeks to deconstruct inequality, stereotypes and dynamics, with a focus placed on the need to protect women entrepreneurs from anonymity and discrimination, which is a way to address the issue of economic justice.
This publication was developed within the framework of a broad process of reflection and discussion with the participation of over two thousand people. This process began at the local level, by listening to the stories and knowledge of women in territories; then, by defining a conceptual framework and research methodology. Several workshops and seminars were conducted in Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua during the research phase, and produced results that became the foundation for this systematization.
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Languages available: English, Spanish
Resource type: Best practices
UN Women office involved in publication: UN Women Headquarters
Publication year: 2009
Number of pages: 278
Publishing entities: United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women)