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Despite being considered one of the most economically successful countries in Latin America, Chile is marked by high levels of social inequality. Women working in the agricultural and fish-farming sectors are particularly marginalised, and often work in unacceptable conditions, with little opportunity to challenge exploitative practices or to influence political decisions. This paper describes Oxfam GB’s strategies to increase women’s leadership and participation in economic and political sectors. It looks at the impact of these strategies and presents lessons learned.

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9781848140103

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