Women, Development and Empowerment: A Pacific Feminist Perspective
Seeking non-sexist, relevant literature and stories for all levels and stages of education.
Surveying, criticising and changing (re-writing) sexist materials used in and outside schools for education.
Seeking the assistance of regional organisations in achieving (13) above.
Stressing the necessity of sex education in schools as part of women's understanding of and control over their bodies.
Extending “home economics” training (or training in domestic skills) to men, and extending technical, trade and science training to women.