A project run by the Canadian International Development Research Centre brought together a wide variety of specialists in order to explore the links between gender, science, and development, and to shape holistic, ‘being-oriented’ approaches, where values based in religion and spirituality inform the perspective and choices of methods of development researchers and practitioners.
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