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Barbara Evelyn Bailey
Mmádu
ụdịekerenwanyị Dezie
mba o sịJamaikạ Dezie
Aha enyereBarbara Dezie
aha ezinụlọ yaBailey Dezie
ụbọchị ọmụmụ ya14 Maachị 1942 Dezie
Ebe ọmụmụKingston Dezie
asụsụ ọ na-asụ, na-ede ma ọ bụ were na-ebinye akaBekee Dezie
Ọrụ ọ na-arụuniversity teacher, Odee akwụkwọ Dezie
ụdị ọrụ yagender studies Dezie
onye were ọrụUniversity of the West Indies Dezie
ebe agụmakwụkwọUniversity of the West Indies Dezie
okpukpere chi/echiche ụwaMethodism Dezie
Ihe nriteCARICOM Triennial Award for Women Dezie

Barbara Evelyn Bailey (a mụrụ ya na iri na anọ Maachị n'afọ Puku narị iteghete, iri ano na abụọ ) bụ onye nkuzi, onye edemede na onye ọkà mmụta gbasara okike na Kingston, Jamaica. Na mgbakwunye na ọrụ agụmakwụkwọ ya, ọ nọchitere anya Jamaica n'ọtụtụ nzukọ na Mgbako gbasara ikike ụmụ nwanyị. N'afọ Puku abụọ na asatọ, ndị otu Steeti họpụtara ya dị ka onye otu Kọmitii Mba Ndị Dị n'Otu na-ahụ maka iwepụ ịkpa ókè megide ụmụ nwanyị.[1]

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Bailey gara Mahadum nke West Indies (UWI), ebe ọ nwetara nzere bachalo nke sayensị na microbayoloji n'afọ Puku narị iteghete na iri asa na anọ , nna-ukwu na nka na agụmakwụkwọ n'afọ Puku narị iteghete na 1983, na Ph.D. na agụmakwụkwọ n'afọ 1987. Ọ rụrụ ọrụ dị ka onye nkuzi na UWI site n'afọ 1980 ruo n'afọ 1996.[2] Site n'afọ 1995 ruo 2010, ọ rụrụ ọrụ dị ka onye nhazi mpaghara nke ụlọ ólu nkè ikike na mmepe ọmụmụ nke mahadum ahụ.[1] N'afọ 2003, a kpọrọ Bailey Prọfesọ nke ikike yana agụmakwụkwọ na UWI.[2]

Bailey malitere itinye aka na mba ụwa n'amaghị ama n'afọ ndị 1980 mgbe a kpọrọ ya ka ọ bụrụ onye isi nke National Executive of Methodist Women na Jamaica.[1] Site na ọrụ ya n'ebe ahụ nakwa dị ka onye guzobere ma mesie bụrụ onye isi oche nke Women in the Methodist Church na Caribbean na Amerika, ọ malitere inwe mmasị n'ụzọ iji nye ụmụ nwanyị ike site na mmemme mgbasa ozi ọha na eze.

N'afọ 1985, Bailey so na ndị Nnọchite anya Jamaica na Nzukọ Ụwa nke Atọ gbasara ụmụ nwanyị na Nairobi, Kenya. Ọ bụkwa otu n'ime ndị nochite anya mba ya na 1995 maka Nzukọ nke Anọ nke Ụwa na ụmụ nwanyị na Beijing.[1] N'afọ 2000 ọ sonyere na nzukọ ọzọ, "Beijing + 5," nke emere na Nzukọ Ezumezu nke UN na New York City.[3]

Bailey served as chair of the National Gender Advisory Committee for Jamaica, working to develop policy that would promote gender equality and social justice within the country.

Ndị otu steeti ahụ họpụtara Bailey dị ka onye otu Kọmitii CEDAW ka ọ rụọ ọrụ site na Jenụwarị 2009 ruo na ngwụcha afọ 2012. Kọmitii a na-enyocha nkwenye mba na Nkwekọrịta CEDAW, nke na-enye usoro isiokwu na-achọ ịkwụsị ịkpa ókè megide ụmụ nwanyị.[4] N'ajụjụ ọnụ nke afọ 2015, Bailey ghọtara mgbagwoju anya nke iru nhata ụmụ nwanyị, na-akpọ "echiche nna ochie" dị ka isi ihe na-eme ka enweghị nhata na echiche.[5]

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N'afọ 2008, e nyere Bailey onyinye CARICOM (Caribbean Community) Triennial Award for Women.[3]

Ebensidee[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Barbara Bailey. Caribbean Review of Gender Studies. University of the West Indies. Retrieved on 9 December 2016.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Barbara Evelyn Bailey (Jamaica). United Nations Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner. United Nations.
  3. 3.0 3.1 "Professor Barbara Bailey recipient of CARICOM Triennial Award for Women", Jamaica Page, Heat Ray Media.
  4. Professor Barbara Bailey Elected Jamaica’s Representative of CEDAW Committee. University of the West Indies at Mona, Jamaica (2008). Retrieved on 9 December 2016.
  5. Alcorn (2015). Interview with CEDAW Treaty Monitor, Barbara Bailey. Country Global Citizenship Report Card. Archived from the original on 20 December 2016. Retrieved on 9 December 2016. “Gender inequality is both structural and ideological and, in my opinion, the overarching factor driving gender inequalities is the entrenched patriarchal ideology that undergirds most gender equity issues. This patriarchal ideology imposes on society what is regarded as appropriate roles and responsibilities for men; whereby men usually play the dominant roles and females the subordinate roles in most relationships.”

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