Bangladesh has made remarkable strides in enhancing women's voices, choices, and lives in many domains. There has been notably less progress on closing gender gaps in several economic outcomes, however. These include labor force ...
Author: Jennifer L. Solotaroff
Publisher: World Bank Publications
Category: Business & Economics
Women have experienced significant changes in various spheres of their lives during the last decades as Bangladesh made economic progress. Yet women’s economic engagement and empowerment are subdued, as they cannot make sufficient choices for themselves. This book provides a comprehensive analysis of the economic developments in gender equality in Bangladesh. Through examining women’s participation in the labour force, ownership and control of household assets, use and control of financial assets, and opportunities for entrepreneurship, the authors have made concrete recommendations to overcome challenges that lie ahead for women’s economic empowerment. This book is an important contribution to the knowledge on interventions required by the policy makers and broader stakeholders towards narrowing gender gaps. --Fahmida Khatun, PhD, Executive Director, Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD), Bangladesh The women’s story is central to Bangladesh’s economic and social transformation. There is an urgent need to deepen researched understanding of the multidimensional pathways of women’s economic empowerment and extent of real progress made. Voices to Choices is an important contribution to this story. Surely, the journey of women’s economic empowerment remains a long and challenging one. Realizing the full benefits of new opportunities is often hampered by both new and entrenched insecurities. The task is as much one of empowering women’s agency as of dismantling barriers. The responsibility is as much women’s as society’s. --Hossain Zillur Rahman, PhD, Executive Chairman, Power and Participation Research Centre (PPRC) This book provides critical insights and is timely, as it outlines how girls and women in Bangladesh have gained more opportunities in labor force participation, control over household and financial assets, as well as greater prospects for entrepreneurship. The findings will greatly contribute to future policy and planning for government and key stakeholders working to advance women’s economic empowerment in the country. --Sabina Faiz Rashid, PhD, Dean and Professor, BRAC James P. Grant School of Public Health BRAC University
Voices , v Choices AND Second Chances How to Win the Battle to Bring Opportunity Scholarships to Your State * * * * * * * * * * Based on the Dramatic Story and Ultimately Successful Campaign of D.C. Parents for School Choice Virginia ...
Author: Virginia Walden Ford
Publisher: DC Parents for School Choice
How to win the battle to bring opportunity scholarships to your state, based on the dramatic story and ultimately successful campaign of D.C. Parents for School Choice: Get the inside story on this grassroots effort and empower parents for your own campaign. This book teaches parents how to fight to free children from failing schools. It equips you to speak out and secure school choice so that the right learning environment can be given to each child. You get both instruction and inspiration in this compelling, candid book.
Acting on the Voice of the Customer Market leaders compete against their rivals to be first to market with ... Voices into Choices offers you the FOCUS process — a proven methodology to help you ground your actions using your customers ...
Author: Gary Burchill
Publisher: Oriel Incorporated
Category: Business & Economics
Occasionally, a student would open up and tell a surprising story, revealing that many of them knew about voices that opposed, ridiculed, and attacked because of the choice they had made. Many knew the constant barrage of verbal ...
Author: D. Tony Willis
Publisher: Xulon Press
Campus Voices and Student Choices is a devotional book written from a Christian perspective to give spiritual insight to the college student. It contains more than 150 quotes from students and graduates, Scriptural and devotional lessons, and a student journal. The collegiate journey is filled with many challenges. This book offers practical and relevant insight into issues that students may face and provides valuable devotions to strengthen, encourage, and help them be successful. ______________________________________ Tony and Kathy met at Lee University in Cleveland Tennessee. They were married in 1983, and have two children, Stephanie and Jonathan. They serve as Pastors at Soul's Harbor Church of God in Manassas, Virginia. Tony and Kathy grew up in South Carolina. Tony received his B.S. degree in Biblical studies from Lee University and his M.S. degree in Pastoral Studies from the Church of God School of Theology. He has served in ministry in various capacities including youth ministry and pastoral ministry for over 30 years. Kathy received her A.A. in Business from Anderson University, her B.S. in Business Education from Lee University, and she is pursuing her M.Ed. from Liberty University. She has taught in Christian school, public school, and community college. She was awarded Miss Future Business Teacher for Tennessee in 1983. She currently teaches at Hylton High School where she serves as Business Department Chairperson.
Choice – Your Children Have A Voice Of Their Own And A Choice Of Their Own! decisions, based on their belief systems and ideas, they take away the choice from a child's world. The choice to make a mistake and learn is also a Choice.
Author: Meheck Mukherjee
Publisher: StoryMirror Infotech Pvt Ltd
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
About the Book: This BOOK is for YOU…Whether you are an enthusiastic couple, a would-be parent, a single parent, a grandparent, a counsellor, a teacher, a trainer or one who deals with children around them all the time; this book will change your perspective towards children and open all the secrets to Conscious Parenting. Parenting Journeys begin with the idea of starting a family, pursuing the idea and bringing a child into your world or adopting, or even having a surrogacy to conceive and impregnate, followed by raising infants into toddlers, progressing into young kids and teenagers, finally sending them off on their way into the world. You remain in their lives as a friend and a guide forever. This book addresses all these stages of Parenting. Are you confused and always questioning your parenting techniques , Old school v/s the new? Are you trying to give the best of both worlds to your child? Do you wish to imbibe virtues and train the child in a pragmatic manner? And in the process are you burning out? Are you constantly trying to be the Best Parent, Best Coach, Best in Everything? And, is it working for you? Are you trying to raise your child in the present, from the rules of the past to live an independent life in the future? Is it time to enter into a communion with your child? This book equips you with practical tools to shift your mindset away from the traditional parent-to-child "know it all" approach and moves towards a mutual parent-with-child conscious relationship? It is never too late. You can begin at any age! The dynamic yet simple ideas and techniques in this book will assist you in achieving results with your child that you had always dreamt of/wished for. Using the tools herein, will inspire you and your child to create a lasting bond and thrive in this Special Relationship. These concepts form the core of the '7 Tools to Cool Conscious Parenting' workshop and 'Conscious Parenting Master Class', where you can interact with Meheck and receive pragmatic and result-oriented solutions to the roadblocks in your parenting journey. I hope this book contributes to your journey. Happy Parenting! About the Author: Meheck Mukherjee, an Author, Transformation Coach, Founder of AIKYA - The Oneness Program, Children and Relationships Counsellor. She has written two books on Conscious Parenting and a Coffee Table Book which is a compilation of Empowering Poetry and Travel Photography. She graduated as a Biomedical Engineer with a Honors Degree from the University of Mumbai. She excelled at school, college and university, be it the Arts, Literature, Sanskrit, Mathematics or Sciences as well as at Dance and the performing arts. Meheck has come a long way in the journey of her life from being a perfectionist, extremely logical and practical person to being pragmatic and a fully aware energy worker. She was born in an affluent business family with strong value systems and an orthodox mindset. As she carved her way from the conventional education and career path to a completely radical energetic one, she had one flame burning all along; her Passion. She gave up her decade long status as a Professor in Quantitative Statistics and Research at Business Schools to choose Counselling and transforming peoples’ lives. She has facilitated great transformations in single or divorced women, empowering them to pursue more choices and acknowledging themselves; teenagers and youngsters who had fallen prey to various addictions, alcohol, smoke, drugs or gaming and bringing the zest for real life back in them, bringing them abreast with more possibilities and multiple career options; special children - autistic, ADHD, ADD, OCD, being the catalyst in making their parents and them aware of their special potencies and facilitating them to create lives beyond what they could imagine; individuals who have given up on life and are depressed, motivating them and facilitating them to transform their personal, professional, mental and physical health. Meheck has one ask: To be able to touch numerous lives: Spread Consciousness in the world. This book is an attempt to work at the roots and empower the future generations and bring more consciousness on the planet.
News Notes VOICES AND CHOICES In advance of the White House Conference on Library and Information Services called for November 15-19, 1979, in Washington, each state was to have its own Governor's Conference.
Author: California State Library
Vols. for 1971- include annual reports and statistical summaries.
Management choice about voice Although senior line managers make the ultimate decisions about voice in organisations, there is ample evidence that HR managers play a significant part in the process. Choices are shaped by a number of ...
Publisher: CIPD Publishing
... their voices, choices, and actions mattered in the public discourse about issues that significantly influenced their own wellbeing. They could organize and execute important actions as part of a multigenerational pursuit of HIV ...
Author: Felton,Mary Earls,Carlson
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Category: Political Science
Compiling decades of fieldwork, two acclaimed scholars offer strategies for strengthening democracies by nurturing the voices of children and encouraging public awareness of their role as citizens. Voice, Choice, and Action is the fruit of the extraordinary personal and professional partnership of a psychiatrist and a neurobiologist whose research and social activism have informed each other for the last thirty years. Inspired by the 1989 United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, Felton Earls and Mary Carlson embarked on a series of international studies that would recognize the voice of children. In Romania they witnessed the consequences of infant institutionalization under the Ceaușescu regime. In Brazil they encountered street children who had banded together to advocate effectively for themselves. In Chicago Earls explored the origins of prosocial and antisocial behavior with teenagers. Children all over the world demonstrated an unappreciated but powerful interest in the common good. On the basis of these experiences, Earls and Carlson mounted a rigorous field study in Moshi, Tanzania, which demonstrated that young citizens could change attitudes about HIV/AIDS and mobilize their communities to confront the epidemic. The program, outlined in this book, promoted children’s communicative and reasoning capacities, guiding their growth as deliberative citizens. The program’s success in reducing stigma and promoting universal testing for HIV exceeded all expectations. Here in vivid detail are the science, ethics, and everyday practice of fostering young citizens eager to confront diverse health and social challenges. At a moment when adults regularly profess dismay about our capacity for effective action, Voice, Choice, and Action offers inspiration and tools for participatory democracy.
There were also commentaries and studies that identified the nature of choices that consumers in ... It raises questions about how to capture the voices of consumers across long-term care settings and identifies barriers to eliciting ...
Author: Suzanne R. Kunkel, PhD
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
Category: Health & Fitness
IMPROVE LONG-TERM CARE WITH NEW CUSTOMER PARTICIPATION METHODS Providing clear guidance on how to apply new customer satisfaction models to the quality of long-term care, this collection reviews how consumers contribute to, and assist in, the management of their own long-term care. The latest issues and ideas are provided for the following aspects of research and management: Development and Planning Strategies Consumer Satisfaction Measurement Models Consumer Satisfaction and Quality Improvement Models Development of Case Management Guidelines From reviewing the important factors and challenges that influence consumer choice to exploring the approaches required to evaluate needs, preferences, and perspectives, this new and valuable resource is a must-have reference for the improvement of long-term care in both the institutional and community settings.