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* Rahmonov Gʻulomjon Nematovich scientific teacher Uzbekistan state world language university Muxtorova Gulxumor Master’s of Uzbekistan state world language university
* This essay serves as an introduction to the special issue on gender in management and impact evaluation. We highlight the consequences for effectively addressing gender relations, the rights of women, and LGBTQI+ individuals as well as the lack of genderresponsive techniques in conventional impact assessment practice and management.
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