Decentralisation and Gender Balancing by Doctrine of Equity: Empowering Women Through PRIs in InWorld Bank Institute's Public Finance Course Study Material & NICM Bulletin (2003)
AbstractFor sustainable economic and social development to take place in any country, it is necessary that people participate in the political process. The process of participation is complex—and it is by no means clear that it is comprehensively inclusive. By this, we mean that it is not possible to assume that all sections of the population take part effectively in the political and democratic processes of society. There are many reasons why people may not participate—from apathy to a sense of helplessness. Women are one side of a coin, half in every respect, then why not in power? The paper discuss, the effect after Indian constitution provided women resevation for women in local government elections in mid 90s. In first one decade more than one million women took active part in Indian local politics and have shown their ability in political management.
- Women Empowerment,
- Gender Balancing,
- Women Reservation
Citation InformationVrajlal K Sapovadia. "Decentralisation and Gender Balancing by Doctrine of Equity: Empowering Women Through PRIs in In" World Bank Institute's Public Finance Course Study Material & NICM Bulletin (2003)
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