Implementing The Paris Declaration: Implications For The Promotion Of Women’s Rights And Gender Equality
by Cecilia Alemany, Nerea Craviotto, Fernanda Hopenhaym.
with Ana Lidia Fernández-Layos, Cindy Clark and Sarah Rosenhek
Despite changes in how aid is delivered to partner governments, civil society organisations contend that the Paris Declaration remains an unjust and unequal framework for understanding and implementing the aid effectiveness agenda. Among other concerns, the Paris Declaration is gender blind, and as a result, fundamentally flawed.
This paper provides an in-depth analysis of the issues related to gender equality in the aid effectiveness agenda.
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The Aid Effectiveness Primers break these issues into seven sections.