Item Code: IDF559
by Kamla Bhasin & Nighat Said KhanPaperback (Edition: 2006)
Size: 8.5" X 5.4"
Weight of the Book: 78 gms
Feminism is a concept that is almost always misunderstood. Charged with being an "imported" "western" idea it is considered to be irrelevant for women in South Asia. Why is this so? Why are feminists considered to be rebels? Who are feminists, to begin with? This classic basic text answer the most commonly asked question on feminism.
About the Author:
KAMLA BHASIN worked with the Freedom From Hunger Campaign of the FAO for over twenty years, and is a well-known gender trainer. She has written extensively on participatory training; on women; and on sustainable development. She has also written many songs on all these issues!
NIGHAT SAID KHAN is Director of Applied Socio-Economic Reasearch, and of the Institute of Women's Studies, Lahore.