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Content available remote Dilemata pozitivní diskriminace a gender mainstreaming jako možné řešení?
The authoress compares advantages and disadvantages of measures of positive discrimination and strategies of gender mainstreaming. At the beginning she describes the history of both measures and she focuses on their use for the purposes of gender equality. Whereas the authoress criticizes measures of positive discrimination on the basis of its stigmatizing and categorizing potential effect, she highlights the strategies of gender mainstreaming because of their neutral definitions and preventive character. In particular, she criticizes quotas that in her opinion add members of disadvantaged groups to the system without changing its systemic oppressive nature and thus stabilize institutional oppression. Nevertheless, she draws attention to a demerit of measures of gender mainstreaming as well. Namely she mentions the risk that gender mainstreaming would become measure for its own sake and that general use of these strategies would lead to 'gender oversaturation'. (
The paper surveys the life of M. K. Gandhi on the 60th anniversary of his death. His life was inseparable from the Indian independence movement; therefore the writing briefly dwells upon its most important events. The objectives of the great thinker have been only partially achieved in his country, so the paper also surveys the sixty years of the independent Indian Union. Finally, it concludes that India has been integrated into the globalising world, and did not follow the guiding principles of its great teacher, the significance of which, in turn are being increasingly recognised in India as well as in the world amidst the deteriorating environment threatening all the societies of the globe, which may halt unlimited and excessive consumption and may make sustainable economic development impossible.
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