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, International development agencies have used the empowerment approach since the Beijing conference in 1995 in a more depoliticised version, aiming only at individual empowerment and tending to reduce it to gains in economic power

, We received for example the following remarks: "I never asked myself this question before !

, This might imply that some members become shareholders themselves, in a minimalistic way

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