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Author: Elizabeth Riddell-Dixon
ISBN: 077480842X
Language: English
Pages: 252 pages
Category: Humanities
Publisher: UBC Press (December 1, 2001)
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Canada and the Beijing. by Elizabeth Riddell-Dixon.

Canada and the Beijing. This book examines the process by which Canada's policies for the Fourth World Conference on Women were formulated: a process that involved federal government officials from some twenty departments, provincial representatives, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) from across Canada.

Between 1975 and 2005, an international norm developed treating violence against women as a fundamental question of human rights

Between 1975 and 2005, an international norm developed treating violence against women as a fundamental question of human rights. This shaped the relative importance of domestic and international factors for state policy.

Elizabeth Riddell-Dixon. This book examines the process by which Canada's policies forthe Fourth World Conference on Women were formulated: a process thatinvolved federal government officials from some twenty departments,provincial representatives, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs)from across Canada. Riddell-Dixon relates the findings of her study to two broadconcerns in the literature on Canadian foreign policy-making. First,she assesses the relative importance of developments in theinternational arena on the one hand, and of domestic pressures on theother in determining foreign.

"Contents""; ""Acronyms""; ""Preface""; ""Canada and the Beijing Conference on Women""; ""1 Introduction""; ""2 The Road to Beijing""; ""3 Governmental Politics""; ""4 Nongovernmental Organizations within Canada""; ""5 Canadian Delegation""; ""6 Canadian NGOs at the International Negotiations""; ""7 Canada and the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action""; ""8 B. .

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An examination of how Canada formulated its policies for the Fourth World Conference on Women. The author relates her findings to two concerns in Canadian foreign policy-making: developments in the international arena and domestic pressures; and government efforts to democratize foreign policy. Canada and the Beijing Conference on Women - (Contemporary Chinese Studies) by Elizabeth Riddell-Dixon.

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governmental politics and NGO participation. by Elizabeth M. Riddell-Dixon. Published 2001 by UBC Press in Vancouver. Attendance, Congresses, Foreign relations, International cooperation, Social conditions, Women, Women's rights, World Conference on Women (4th : 1995 : Beijing, China).

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Conference topics: Religion in contemporary Chinese society is undoubtedly one of many important neuralgic points that have arisen from its turbulent development and will also shape its future. Compared with the professional and public interest in popular themes of development in contemporary China (such as economics, social policy, environmental issues, ethnic relations, demographics, urbanization, migration, militarization, nationalism, et., analysing the changes and the impacts of religions in Chinese society plays rather a minor role.

An examination of how Canada formulated its policies for the Fourth World Conference on Women. The author relates her findings to two concerns in Canadian foreign policy-making: developments in the international arena and domestic pressures; and government efforts to democratize foreign policy.