Gita Sen is DAWN’s research coordinator on the Political Economy of Globalisation, and a professor of public policy at the Indian Institute of Management in Bangalore. She has been for many years a feminist analyst, activist and advocate on globalisation, and on sexual and reproductive health and rights. Well known as the author of many publications on these subjects and on gender and development more generally, she has also been a key advocate in global and regional arenas linked to both the International Conference on Population and Development and the Fourth World Conference on Women.
Books by Gita Sen
Global Feminists in the 21st Century
Edited by Marina Durano, Gita Sen
Global citizens’ struggles today stress the building of effective links between development agencies in the voluntary sector, environmental organizations, and the women’s movement. DAWN–Development Action for Women Network–which has long brought together many leading Third World women thinkers and activists, has been vigorously contributing to developing such linkages between the different approaches to and struggles for economic justice and gender justice. In this… (more information)