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If messages about equality are for all, gender and development practice should not be about elite meetings and confusing jargon argues Mariz Tadros in this article for The Guardian. 

Gender and development practice, immediately brings to mind endless workshops, conferences, seminars, roundtables, policy briefings and media statements addressed to the converted, semi-converted and pretenders, but while these are helpful, Mariz suggests there remains something very disconcerting about how the integration of gender into development has left it disconnected from the public.

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