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Online Bibliography on Women's issues in Pakistan

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  • Bushra Almas
    Dear Colleagues, On the occasion of the upcoming International Women s Day on 8th March 2003, the United Nations Common Library presents the ONLINE access to:
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 4 1:40 AM
      Dear Colleagues,
       

      On the occasion of the upcoming  International Women's Day on 8th March 2003, the United Nations Common Library presents the ONLINE access to:

         The Annotated Bibliography of national and international books and articles on WOMEN's ISSUES in Pakistan

      The URL for this online resources is: http://www.un.org.pk/library/Women_Biblio/wbabs.htm

      This bibliography and the set of books listed in the bibliography, have been made available to the UN Common Library by courtsey of  Ms. Roohi Shoaib of  the Gender Equality Umbrella Group (GEUP) of  UNDP, Islamabad. The bibliography has been published on the UN Common Library Website and the books have been processed, catalogued and displayed
      on the Library shelves for consultation and use of all.

       This Annotated Bibliography has been produced by the ASR Women's Resource Centre on behalf of GEUP ( the Gender Equality Umbrella Group of the UNDP, Islamabad) for the MOWD (the Ministry of Women's Development). A soft copy of the bibliography has been  posted here for fast and easy consultation by anyone who so desires, and hard copies of all the books have been provided to the MOWD Library as well as the UN Common Library. Most of the books in this bibliography  are available in the UN Common Library. The MOWD Library, however, has a complete set.

      This bibliography is a reference as well as current awareness tool which provides a good information base while planning a women's development project, analysing national situation or studyng various factors involved  and peoples views on the women's issues in Pakistan. Also, it is a comprehensive list of literature published in Pakistan or elsewhere.

      Best Regards
      Bushra A. Jaswal
       
       
       

    • Umar Farooq
      Thank you Madam for sharing with us the valuable bibliography on Women s Issues in Pakistan. Usually it is difficult to locate the quality material about
      Message 2 of 2 , Mar 4 11:05 PM

        Thank you Madam for sharing with us the valuable bibliography on Women's Issues in Pakistan. Usually it is difficult to locate the quality material about Pakistan/ South Asia on the Internet, therefore, the United Nations Common Library did a good job by gathering the relevant information about the Women's issues in Pakistan on a single web page.

        I would like to share a U.S. government web site about the Women's Issues and Movement. Although, it is more focused about the women in United States, but it also provides the links to some background material on the topic.
        http://usinfo.state.gov/usa/women/history/homepage.htm

        Regards,

        Muhammad Umar Farooq
        Reference Specialist
        Information Resource Center (IRC)
        U.S. Embassy
        Islamabad
        PAKISTAN
        Phone: (Office) 92 51 2824051
        umar@...
        umarmuhammad@...

        From: "Bushra Almas"
        To: plagpk@yahoogroups.com
        Subject: [plagpk] Online Bibliography on Women's issues in Pakistan
        Date: Tue, 04 Mar 2003 14:40:36 +0500
        Dear Colleagues,

        On the occasion of the upcoming International Women's Day on 8th March
        2003, the United Nations Common Library presents the ONLINE access to:
        The Annotated Bibliography of national and international books and  articles on WOMEN's ISSUES in Pakistan

        The URL for this online resources is:
        http://www.un.org.pk/library/Women_Biblio/wbabs.htm

        This bibliography and the set of books listed in the bibliography, have been made available to the UN Common Library by courtsey of Ms. Roohi Shoaib of the Gender Equality Umbrella Group (GEUP) of UNDP, Islamabad. The bibliography has been published on the UN Common Library Website and the books have been processed, catalogued and displayed on the Library shelves for consultation and use of all.

        This Annotated Bibliography has been produced by the ASR Women's Resource Centre on behalf of GEUP ( the Gender Equality Umbrella Group of the UNDP, Islamabad) for the MOWD (the Ministry of Women's Development). A soft copy of the bibliography has been posted here for fast and easy consultation by anyone who so desires, and hard copies of all the books have been provided to the MOWD Library as well as the UN Common Library. Most of the books in this bibliography are available in the UN Common Library. The MOWD Library, however, has a complete set.

        This bibliography is a reference as well as current awareness tool which provides a good information base while planning a women's development project, analysing national situation or studyng various factors involved and peoples views on the women's issues in Pakistan. Also, it is a comprehensive list of literature published in Pakistan or elsewhere.

        Best Regards
        Bushra A. Jaswal



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