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empowerment

Politics (in South Africa) a policy of providing special opportunities in employment, training, etc. for Blacks and others disadvantaged under apartheid
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Given the effectiveness of aid to women's equality organizations and institutions in promoting women's political empowerment, donors should increase this type of aid.
1 percent, was in the political empowerment category.
First, despite being set in a metropolis that was increasingly multiracial, American Babylon falls short in its portrayal of Latino and Asian politics and how the presence of these communities changed, or did not change, the patterns of economic and political empowerment.
Power Moves was also the marketing and promotional force behind Combs' wildly popular "Vote or Die" political empowerment campaign.
The report, the first of its kind by the World Economic Forum, measured the extent to which women in the polled countries have achieved equality with men in five areas -- economic participation, economic opportunity, political empowerment, educational attainment, and health and well-being.
As for quotas, I'm absolutely, unequivocally in favour of quotas in political empowerment terms,' she said.
Countries were assessed for women's economic participation, economic opportunity, political empowerment, educational attainment and health and well-being.
Given such compassion, Humanists are driven to embrace social policies that are inclusive, spread the benefits of wealth, diffuse social and political empowerment, and promote reasonable levels of self-determination.
Reed and Johnson criticize Black Power for its racism and aim at aesthetic diversity more than at any clearly articulated program for political empowerment.
Before this question can be answered, however, a foundation for studying tribal political empowerment must be established.
To question his empire building was to challenge the legitimacy of black political empowerment.