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The materials collected by Irene Tinker, a professor and researcher on world development and the impact of development on women and men, includes correspondence with individuals and corporations; programs, plans and reports on development topics; governmental and organizational reports and research on development topics; working papers; curriculum guides and modules, manuals, plans, and lessons on development education; journals, newsletters, magazines, newspapers related to development and women studies; novels on development and women's issues; correspondents and reports from the Street Foods project; conference papers and reports related to development and women studies topics; background materials on Irene Tinker; her own publications and manuscripts; United Nations documents; and an author/article index. Significant topics include: women-status and culture; development; women in development; rural development; youth and children; education; mass media and communications; aging and the elderly; peace and violence; health and nutrition; food and agriculture; the Street Foods Project; labor, employment and work; urban life; population; refugees and migration; energy and environment; the future of development and women studies. Significant correspondents include: Agency for International Development (AID), Association of Women in Development (AWID), Commission on the Status of Women, Equity Policy Research Center (EPOC), Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Michigan State University- Office of International Development, Overseas Development Council, Overseas Education Fund, Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA), United States Council for INSTRAW, UNICEF, UNIFEM, and Women in Development (WID).
Organizational and individual correspondence and content files (continued).