Re-thinking the integration of women in population development initiatives

@article{Norwood2009RethinkingTI,
  title={Re-thinking the integration of women in population development initiatives},
  author={Carolette Norwood},
  journal={Development in Practice},
  year={2009},
  volume={19},
  pages={906 - 911}
}
This article argues that the integration of women in population development initiatives was largely the outcome of four overlapping historical events: the decolonisation of the South; the population ‘explosion’ following World War II; the momentous developments in contraceptive technology; and the re-emergence of women's movements in the North. These developments pushed women to the forefront of development initiatives, in part because of lingering assumptions that population size is associated… 

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