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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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The 10,76 percent ordinary equity that is subscribed and acquired by the Tobacco Empowerment Trust will improve the livelihoods of indigenous farmers in Zimbabwe.
st] Century Learner" empowerment session on Friday, August 21, at the Dallas Convention Center.
Empowerment and organizational commitment among staff in the central offices of the Maskan Bank, there is a significant relationship.
Where the business environment is best suited to a production-line approach, such e as in a fast food restaurant, organizations might use a production-line approach but try an empowerment approach for jobs that have a greater degree of flexibility and ambiguity.
However, empowerment in this book has three aspects: economic, social and political.
Oikocredit board president Shobha Arole said the study was the first step towards ensuring the organization's contribution to women empowerment through its field work.
Economic dimension of the women empowerment has been discussed in the second section and a lot of economic reforms have been suggested by the authors.
The psychological approach was initiated by Conger & Kanungo (1988), who described empowerment as a psychological state and more specifically a psychological enabling.
While most theorists have described empowerment in similar terms (McWhirter, 1991), the exact definition of empowerment remains vague (Perkins & Zimmerman, 1995; Peterson, Hamme, & Speer, 2002; Zimmerman, 1995; Zimmerman & Warschausky, 1998).
The discussion of conditions for empowerment, combined with the book's historical overview, provides a foundation for developing empowerment strategies that are rooted in practice, policy, and theory.
But empowerment in theory is not the same as empowerment in practice, particularly when the therapy takes place on a sound stage before an audience of millions.
From the moment we opened Six House, one of the initiatives we wanted to tackle was economic empowerment," says Swann, assistant pastor and program director of the Hampton, Virginia-based organization.

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