Women, Development, and Catholic Social Thought

By: Thomas Banchoff

March 9, 2015

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March 8 each year is now marked as International Women's Day. This week, bloggers from Rwanda, Kenya, Ivory Coast, and the United States discuss resources that Catholic social thought brings to the struggle for equality on gender issues. They suggest ways for development actors to learn from the principles of the common good, dignity, participation, and subsidiarity to overcome real and ongoing challenges. 


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