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Gender Inequality in African Education: How Can the Lessons of South Africa Apply to the Rest of the Continent?
The worldwide problem of unequal female education cannot be solved by domestic policies alone, and the global institutional order must bend to the necessity of human rights and equality. Promoting growth is not a sufficient ...
Assessing Philosophical Approaches to Combating International Poverty
This paper will examine several philosophical approaches to poverty, and attempt to find the one among them that will be most effective in the fight against international poverty. The four major approaches that will be ...
International Measurements of Womens Poverty and Capability Approach
This paper attempts to evaluate international poverty measurements using the capability approach developed by Nobel Prize winning economist and philosopher Amartya Sen. Capabilities measurements of poverty are better suited ...