The vision of a feminist policy needs practical approaches to implementation, writes John Sinclair, in this assessment of the winners and losers of the new policy and the many steps to help improve its impact.
John Sinclair is a Cambridge UK economics graduate who worked for many years as a senior official in CIDA and the World Bank. He is a Senior Fellow at Ottawa University, a development co-operation commentator with the McLeod Group, and regularly writes for OpenCanada, and also the Hill Times, Policy Options, CIPS and Huffington Post.
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