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Gender related Obstacles to Vietnamese Women Entrepreneurs

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Teacher Training Modules that address gender issues and promote Gender Equality

Gender equality is one important Human Rights and social justice principle, objective and practice. Men and women are biologically different (which is reflected in the concept of sex) and may embrace specific socially constructed roles (which is captured in the concept of gender). However, biological and other differences between men and women

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