Publish Year : 2006
Thematic Area: Human Rights, Planning and Budgeting, Budget Monitoring and Advocacy
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Region: Global
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Author: Diane Elson

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The report makes a significant contribution to the advocacy work on the transparency of budgets. It provides arguments for increasing the accountability of government budgets to women's rights.

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