What can I say about my article, and the responses 12 years later? What has changed and what has remained the same, and what can we learn as we move into the uncertain future? Writing these reflections at the end of 2014 is particularly appropriate as we approach the 20th anniversary of the Beijing Conference and the launch of the SDGs, the successor to the Millennium Development Goals of the first two decades of this millennium.
KeywordsSocial Contract Transformational Leadership Feminist Activism Melinda Gate Foundation Social Watch
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