Third World Women in the Development Process: Feminist Thoughts and Debates
Today, the worldwide development concern is going through a new awareness of the importance of women issues in development policies and process which become crucial issue, but most of the time women’s are not actual beneficiaries of development policies especially in the Third World countries women. Women are the almost fifty percent of total population in the world, so we have to priority them to development. Otherwise in terms of socio, economic development we can not go far. In this context most of the feminist have criticized the development processes and suggests for an alternative model of development, which should be development from women’s point of view and human development. So the main objective of this paper is goes to analyze feminist debate and thoughts about third world women and development process. To discus this issue here I also discuss women and development in the third world and the situation of women in the third world process from South Asian (Bangladesh) and Sub Saharan Africa (Uganda) perspective.
Key words: Third World Women; Development of Underdevelopment; Development Process; Feminist Debate
Third World Women; Development of Underdevelopment; Development Process; Feminist Debate
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