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The full Engendering Change course will run over six Mondays from March 4 to April 22 from 9.
It was in this global context and taking its cue from the WCC Ecumenical and Theological Education conference on the "Journey of hope continued" of 2002 that the Circle embarked on the process of engendering the theological education in Africa project.
In addition to the reasons already mentioned above for engendering theological education, Musa Dube has articulated very well the reasons for the Circle, as follows:
This paper describes in broad contours the vision of gender equality in Engendering Development and profiles the ways in which that vision diverges from the mainstream gender equality project on the international plane.
Both ministries co-sponsored a workshop to promote engendering the PRSP for representatives from a broad range of sectors.
Thus, for selected products, exports became competitive with those of the market economies, engendering rapid overall economic growth.
I like engendering enthusiasm and inspiring people,'' said Peckham.
advance original feminist readings" (xv), while successfully melded by Kahn, appear imperfectly compatible in the second book, Howard and Rackin's Engendering a Nation.
However, if feeling another's pain is so crucial in engendering compassion, how does such identification work in engendering compassion for strangers and enemies (near or remote)?
She was one of the founders and is the current chairperson of Jumpstart, a Denver-based organization dedicated to raising awareness of and engendering support for Israel.
The defense strategy of engendering compassion for the couple ignores the fact that Alfred Pohlmeier broke the law when he killed his wife, Deputy District Attorney Don Glynn said at the close of testimony Wednesday.
The WP-2000 Machine is a stimulation tool with 1 1/2-3 1/2 inch tubing, which uses 3-4,000 pounds of pressure, engendering a chemical breakdown in the molecules by scanning across the perforations creating an effect known as cavitation in the producing formations.
The Ark Trust condemned ``The World's Most Dangerous Animals'' and ``When Animals Attack'' for engendering fear of animals.
Engendering furious debate when it was first published, this book contends that intelligence can be effectively measured, that it correlates with future success, and that its presence among the country's elite is a matter of genetics.