Succesfully mainstreaming gender in Eu development cooperation and the role of the EU, the partner country and civil society. a best and worst ases analysis.

01 October 2012 → 30 September 2015
Regional and community funding: Special Research Fund, Research Foundation - Flanders (FWO)
Research disciplines
  • Social sciences
    • Other economics and business
    • Citizenship, immigration and political inequality
    • International and comparative politics
    • Multilevel governance
    • National politics
    • Political behaviour
    • Political organisations and institutions
    • Political theory and methodology
    • Public administration
    • Other political science
gender mainstreaming European Union development policy
Project description

The research seeks to which factors contribute to successful gender mainstreaming of EU development aid by analysing best and worst-case practices. The first hypothesis focuses on factors related to the preferences and intrests of the EU; the second hypothesis concentrates on internal political and goverance factors in the partner wountry; and the third hypothesis expolres the role of civil society.