Articles on gender issues from Journals Online platforms in honour of International Women’s Day
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Today is International Women’s Day; to celebrate we thought we would draw attention to some of the recent articles available through our Journals Online platforms highlighting gendered issues from around the world.

The platforms include articles discussing the gender differences in undergraduate medical examination results in Sri Lanka, women and climate change in Nicaragua, gender-based barriers to Tuberculosis vaccination in Nepal and women’s empowerment through micro-finance in Bangladesh.

Statistics from our sector emphasize that there is work to be done around the world in creating equal opportunity for female researchers, academics, scientists and research into gendered issues. UNESCO reports that on 28% of researchers worldwide are female and they remain underrepresented in research and development in every region of the world.


 

Women Managers and Their Personal Barriers for Upward Mobility in Private and Public Sectors
http://kjm.sljol.info/articles/abstract/10.4038/kjm.v2i1.6545/

Gender differences in undergraduate medical examination results in Sri Lanka
http://cmj.sljol.info/articles/abstract/10.4038/cmj.v45i3.8111/

The Impact of Economic Development upon the Lives of Women in Developing Countries and Possible Alternatives with Special Reference to Sri Lanka
http://sljda.sljol.info/articles/abstract/10.4038/sljda.v5i0.7130/

Impact of microfinance on women’s empowerment: a case study on two microfinance institutions in Sri Lanka
http://sljss.sljol.info/articles/abstract/10.4038/sljss.v38i1.7385/

Beyond the Glass Ceiling: Women Participation in Decision Making in the Public Domain
http://sljhss.sljol.info/articles/abstract/10.4038/sljhss.v1i2.2567/

Empowerment of Women through Self-Reliance Approach in the Rice Processing Village Programme
http://tar.sljol.info/articles/abstract/10.4038/tar.v25i3.8041/

An analysis of gender differences in intra-household time allocation of rural farm families in Sri Lanka
http://tar.sljol.info/articles/abstract/10.4038/tar.v26i4.8129/

Mujeres y cambios climáticos. Una perspectiva de Nicaragua
http://www.lamjol.info/index.php/CULTURA/article/view/1041

Women’s Economic Empowerment through Micro-credit program: A Case of Thengamara Mohila Sabuj Sangha (TMSS) in Rural Bangladesh
http://banglajol.info/index.php/JBT/article/view/18285

Gender Based Barriers In Accessing Tuberculosis Treatment: A Qualitative Study From Eastern Nepal
http://nepjol.info/index.php/SAARCTB/article/view/9708

Gender Representation in Agricultural Extension Workforce and its implications for Agricultural Advisory Services
http://tare.sljol.info/articles/abstract/10.4038/tare.v14i2.4839/

Beyond the Glass Ceiling: Women Participation in Decision Making in the Public Domain
http://sljhss.sljol.info/articles/abstract/10.4038/sljhss.v1i2.2567/

Economic Empowerment of Haor Women through Duck Farming in Bangladesh
http://www.banglajol.info/index.php/AGRIC/article/view/26543

Women Micro-Entrepreneurs in Bangladesh: Socio-Economic Aspects and Factors Affecting Their Development
http://www.banglajol.info/index.php/JBT/article/view/22778

Small scale integrated agriculture: a tool of poverty alleviation, gender equality promotion and improving food security at household level in coastal region of Bangladesh
http://www.banglajol.info/index.php/IJARIT/article/view/26280

Women Entrepreneurs in Bangladesh- Challenges and Determining Factors
http://www.banglajol.info/index.php/JBT/article/view/26194

Hierarchical to Gender Egalitarianism: Women Empowerment and Emancipation through Micro Finance in Rural Nepal
http://nepjol.info/index.php/JNBS/article/view/14594

Experiences of Social Inclusion and Exclusion During Professional Entry: A Case of Women Teachers in Nepal
http://nepjol.info/index.php/JER/article/view/13058

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