This short article examines the evolution of ACORD’s approach to gender issues, and summarises the main conclusions emerging from a recent review of the organisation’s gender policy. Some strengths and weaknesses of particular strategies adopted at various levels of the organisation are indicated. The article goes on to discuss future directions for the implementation.
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