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Research outputs: GENDER EQUALITY

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2015 A riddle explained: gender disparities in east African education

There can be little question that studying the relationship between education and inequality will benefit public investment in education. Al...

2015 Have we reached gender equity in mathematics education?: evidence from TIMSS South Africa 2011

This policy brief examines gender differences in South African education as documented in the 2011 Trends in Mathematics and Science Study (...

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2015 Programmatic mapping and size estimation study of key populations in South Africa: sex workers (male and female), men who have sex with men, persons who inject drugs and transgender people

Sex workers (SWs), men who have sex with men (MSM), transgender (TG) people and persons who inject drugs (PWIDs) are referred to as key popu...

2015 Directives used by senior female police officers in Lesotho: exploring the balance between culturally determined and professional interactional styles

The recent era of women's empowerment has seen women's gradual role-transition from traditional domestic roles to male-dominated professiona...