GAD

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GADGeneralized Anxiety Disorder
GADGeneral Anxiety Disorder (less common)
GADGlutamic Acid Decarboxylase
GADGender and Development
GADGlobal Account Director (various companies)
GADGrowth and Development
GADGeocentric Axial Dipole (physics)
GADGender & Development
GADGovernment Actuary's Department (UK)
GADGamma Alpha Delta (fraternity)
GADGeneral Anthropology Division (American Anthropological Association)
GADGeneral Accounting Division (various locations)
GADGift Aid Declaration (charitable contributions; UK)
GADGeneral Arrangement Drawing (engineering)
GADGlobal Active Directory (Microsoft)
GADGovernment Administration and Defence (Australia)
GADGesellschaft für Automatische Datenverarbeitung (German: EDP society)
GADGovernment Affairs Division (various organizations)
GADGrants Administration Division
GADGo and Die (texting)
GADGlobalization and Democracy
GADGermersheim Army Depot
GADGeorgia Association of the Deaf, Inc.
GADGenesys Agent Desktop (customer contact center industry)
GADGlobal Application Delivery
GADGuard Capacity Adaptation Based on Dropping
GADGallium Arsenide Diode
GADGender Awareness and Development
GADGeneric Accreditation Document
GADGender Alliance for Development Center (Tirana, Albania)
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The PNP Directorate for Police Community Relations launched the search for the PNP GAD mascot in October 2017 as part of its initiative to raise awareness on gender and development concepts, principles and the efforts of the police.
This resulted in the SADC Declaration on Gender and Development in 1997 and its 1998 Addendum on the Prevention and Eradication of Violence against Women and Children; and the SADC Protocol on Gender and Development that was approved a decade later, in 2008, and entered into force on 22 February 2013 following ratification.
With this communication the EC replaced its Women in Development (WID) approach with a Gender and Development (GAD) approach.
The concept of 'gender' is constantly used in a descriptive manner; for example to denote men, women, boys and girls in the Kenyan National Gender and Development Policy (2000, p.
(68) World Bank, "The World Bank Gender and Development Policy Framework: A Guidance Note" (report, World Bank, Washington, DC: 2013).
Students in various disciplines of the social sciences (such as anthropology, geography, international relations, and sociology) will also appreciate Gender and Development. Written for a student audience, the text provides an overview of key concepts specific to gender issues and globalization in the developing world and in Eastern and Central Europe.
The Institute of Women Gender and Development arranged a summer school between Ahfad University and Humbolt University, in the bilateral relationship between the two.
(69) There was an enormous amount of attention to economic concerns among women and development, and later gender and development, scholars; moreover, they were recognized as issues of equality as well as development.
A gender and development "focal point" was set up in that country's Division of Environment and Natural Resources to serve as a catalyst for gender-responsive planning and programming.
As with most of the gender and development literature, the mass of data presented in this report on 'gender inequality' mainly concentrates on how women have been denied rights, resources and voice in their many dimensions of life; male statistics are presented, generally, to illustrate their relative advantage over those of females.
In mid 1998, work began on the Policy Research Report (PRR) on Gender and Development. The objectives of the report will be to strengthen the analytical and empirical underpinnings of these links and, in doing so, to clarify the value added of bringing a gender perspective to the analysis and design of development policies and projects.
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