Local Government, Decentralization and Gender by Roxanne Myers

5 de marzo de 2013

In many Caribbean countries there are continued articulations about the need for local government reforms to be context specific, they have been associated with a particular menu of components such as: improving service delivery, devolution of power and resources and citizen consultation with a view to greater accountability and transparency and improved revenue garnering mechanisms. A major cross-cutting issue that merits on-going attention is the fact that women’s participation in Caribbean local authorities remains low and limited.

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