Implementing Inequality

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Rebecca Warne Peters
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Implementing Inequality argues that the international development industry's internal dynamics-between international and national staff, and among policy makers, administrators, and implementers-shape interventions and their outcomes as much as do the external dynamics of global political economy. Through an ethnographic study in postwar Angola, the book demonstrates how the industry's internal social pressures guide development's methods and goals, introducing the innovative concept of the development implementariat: those in-country workers, largely but not exclusively "local" staff members, charged with carrying out development's policy prescriptions. The implementariat is central to the development endeavor but remains overlooked and under-supported as most of its work is deeply social, interactive, and relational, the kind of work that receives less recognition and support than it deserves at every echelon of the industry. If international development is to meet its larger purpose, it must first address its internal inequalities of work and professional class.

While it took just nine months for global billionaire fortunes to return to their pre-pandemic highs ... Implementing Inequality: The Invisible Labor of International Development: Peters, Rebecca Warne: Selecteer uw cookievoorkeuren We gebruiken cookies en vergelijkbare tools om uw winkelervaring te verbeteren, onze services aan te bieden, te begrijpen hoe klanten onze services gebruiken zodat we verbeteringen kunnen aanbrengen, en om advertenties weer te geven. Inequality is pervasive and women, girls and transgender people remain disproportionately discriminated against across social, economic and public life. This is a barrier to sustainable development as was highlighted by the inclusion of a stand-alone Sustainable Development Goal that aims to achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls. Inequality is a multi-dimensional challenge, it goes beyond income and it affects the well-being of our people.

Central to development and humanitarian work is the goal to address inequalities and enable a dignified life for all. The terms 'not-for-profit', 'for people' and 'leave no one behind' inspire an image of selflessness often associated with the development ... Implementing Inequality The Invisible Labor of International Development by Rebecca Warne Peters and Publisher Rutgers University Press.