AFRA confronts gender issues: the process of creating a gender strategy
The process of incorporating a gender strategy for its work was not without problems for AFRA. In the South African context, the issues of race and gender can interact to cause conflict and misunderstanding. This article describes how the organisation dealt with the difficulties that had to be overcome in order to develop a common perspective and approach.
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