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IDS Bulletin Vol. 46 Nos. 4

Big Plans, Small Steps: Learnings from Three Decades of Mobilising Resources for Women’s Rights

Published on 19 July 2015

The women’s funding movement has contributed to and been a product of women’s rights movements around the world.

This article looks at the history of Mama Cash, the first international women’s fund, to chart how the effort to mobilise resources for women’s rights activism has been going – before and since the Fourth World Conference on Women held in Beijing in 1995.

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This article comes from the IDS Bulletin 46.4 (2015) Big Plans, Small Steps: Learnings from Three Decades of Mobilising Resources for Women’s Rights

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Moosa, Z. and Kinyili, H., M. (2015) Big Plans, Small Steps: Learnings from Three Decades of Mobilising Resources for Women's Rights. IDS Bulletin 46(4): 101-107

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Zohra Moosa

Alum, MA Gender and Development

Happy Mwende Kinyili

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Institute of Development Studies
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10.1111/1759-5436.12164

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