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La gouvernance territoriale genrée : un enjeu du développement durable pour les régions rurales.

Abstract : Working in regional development means planning and creating well-structured, appealing and environmentally friendly communities conducive to human fulfillment. Communities that are good places to live today and in the future, within the meaning of sustainable development as defined in the Brundtland Report. However, community development, just like territory development, is not unbiased. It reflects the values of the people who live there; it is a reflection of their history and how they use natural resources. These populations consist of men and women, both actors in territorial development. There are a number of global issues related to sustainable development: food security, depletion of natural resources, exhaustion of non-renewable resources, poverty, employment, etc. These issues do not affect men and women in the same way. Therefore we have to ask ourselves what kind of territory do we want: a territory with gendered governance or a territory with governance that reproduces gender inequalities?
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Otilia Puiggros. La gouvernance territoriale genrée : un enjeu du développement durable pour les régions rurales.. 1ère Conférence Intercontinentale d'Intelligence Territoriale "Interdisciplinarité dans l'aménagement et développement des territoires", Oct 2011, Gatineau, Canada. pp.11. ⟨halshs-00965023⟩



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