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ALTERNATIVES HUMANITAIRES

2022, Nº 19
Sortir de l'enfance icône : une exigence éthique et opérationnelle = Moving away from childhood as icon: an ethical and operational requirement

Dans la guerre qui se déroule aujourd’hui en Ukraine, les images d’enfants sont déjà nombreuses, répliques des milliers d’autres qui surgissent dès que les adultes se battent. Elles nous émeuvent et nous hantent. Elles doivent nous interroger aussi.(...)

Del editorial del nº19. Leer más aquí.

VIENTO SUR

2022, Nº 181
CRÍTICAS Y ALTERNATIVAS AL URBANISMO NEOLIBERAL

AL VUELO

  • Jaime Pastor

EL DESORDEN GLOBAL

  • Ucrania, la invasión anunciada. Roberto Montoya
  • La crisis de valores de la psiquiatría mundial. Entrevista a Dainius Pūras. Awais Aftab

MIRADAS VOCES

  • El poder de la imagen. Cristina Pontijas. Mariña Testas

PLURAL. Críticas y alternativas al urbanismo neoliberal

  • Presentación. Lorena Garrón
  • Espacios del neoliberalismo. Ibán Díaz Parra
  • El papel estratégico de las ciudades para el capital. Mats Lucia Bayer
  • El acceso a la vivienda: una panorámica. Gloria Marín
  • Urbanismo feminista interseccional contra la ciudad del capital. Col·lectiu Punt 6
  • Las ciudades en las que sobrevivimos. Ana Jiménez

PLURAL 2.

  • El impulso utópico de Fredric Jameson. Víctor Atobas

FUTURO ANTERIOR

  • Socialismo y colonialismo. Gilbert Achcar

AQUÍ Y AHORA

  • Entrevista a Mikel Soto: “Soy un superviviente de la tortura”. Begoña Zabala

OTRAS SECCIONES

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS. Advisory Reports

2021, Nº 118
SOCIAL PROTECTION IN AFRICA

Social protection, particularly income security, demonstrably improves the position of the poorest people in Africa. The Advisory Council on International Affairs (AIV) believes that Dutch involvement in social protection programmes is most successful when it is part of a multilateral effort and takes account of local conditions. There is no point in the Netherlands participating in social protection initiatives if locally there is a lack of political will, stability or trust between citizens and their government. To make long-term funding possible, the AIV also recommends that the Netherlands press internationally for combating tax avoidance.

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TIEMPO DE PAZ

2021, Nº 143
COLOMBIA: DESAFÍOS PARA LA PAZ

En muchos conflictos internacionales entre Estados un tratado de paz supone una mutación de la situación, porque la voluntad de las partes es la que ha erradicado la violencia. Pero en situaciones como las de Colombia la paz no deriva de uno o varios actos jurídicos sino que constituye en verdad un proceso continuo en el tiempo, mediante el cual se pueda contribuir a transformar los factores presentes para cambiar la situación de una sociedad.

VIENTO SUR

2022, Nº 180
EL NEOLIBERALISMO AUTORITARIO Y SUS NUEVAS CARAS

AL VUELO

  • Jaime Pastor

EL DESORDEN GLOBAL

  • Siria. Entrevista a Yassin al Haj Saleh: “Escritor sirio sin tierra bajo sus pies”. Catherine Coquio y Nisrine al Zahre
  • EE UU. El capitalismo familiar y la insurrección de la pequeña empresa. Melinda Cooper

MIRADAS VOCES

  • La fotografía y los recuerdos de días felices. Celia Larriba Muñoz. Mariña Testas

PLURAL. El neoliberalismo autoritario y sus nuevas caras

  • Presentación. Jaime Pastor
  • La pertinaz pulsión autoritaria del neoliberalismo. Manuel Garí
  • Una nueva guerra civil mundial. Christian Laval
  • Neoliberalismo y pandemia. Christian Laval
  • Iliberalismo, fase superior del neoliberalismo. Los casos de Hungría y Polonia. Miguel Urbán
  • El discurso neoliberal conservador y la lucha por el poder. El caso de Ayuso. Luisa Martín Rojo
  • El trumpismo discursivo en el Partido Popular. Laura Camargo

FUTURO ANTERIOR

  • El Amejoramiento del Fuero Navarro. Sabino Cuadra

AQUÍ Y AHORA

  • Reforma laboral a lo Zapajoy: ni pequeño avance ni en dirección contraria. Daniel Albarracín

OTRAS SECCIONES

ECONOMÍA MUNDIAL, Revista de

2021, Nº 59
DESINDUSTRIALIZACIÓN Y POLÍTICA INDUSTRIAL

Introducción/Editorial

  • Desindustrialización y política industrial. Clara García, Rafael Fernández

Sección Especial

  • The Opening of Minds Towards more Active Government that Steers the Production Structure. Robert H. Wade
  • Industrial Policy and Risk Sharing in Public Development Banks: Lessons for the Post- COVID Response from the EIB and EFSI. Stephany Griffith-Jones, Natalya Naqvi
  • The Making of East Asia’s Electronics Champions. Reda Cherif, Fuad Hasanov, Gary Xie
  • El futuro de la industria española. Rafael Myro
  • Desindustrialización y desaceleración de la productividad en Estados Unidos. Adrián Rial

Sección General

  • Exchange rate uncertainty and cereals exports: A panel VAR approach. Ronald Miranda, Leonel Muinelo-Gallo
  • The determinants of financialization - A Bayesian approach. Jakub Gazda, Pawel Marszalek, Katarzyna Szarzec
  • Análisis del grado de eficiencia débil en algunos mercados financieros europeos. Primer impacto del COVID-19. María de los Baños García-Moreno García, Jose Angel Roldán Casas

Sección de Divulgación, Revisión y Ensayos

  • ¿Es posible implantar una Renta Básica Universal en Europa? Manuela A. De Paz-Báñez, María-Teresa Aceytuno, Celia Sánchez-Lopez, María José Asensio Coto

Reseñas

  • "Combating Inequality: Rethinking Governement´s Role". Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Peterson Institute for International Economics. Oliver Blanchard and Dani Rodirk (eds.). Beatriz Benítez-Aurioles
  • "Una historia del banco de España. Oro, monedas y billetes". Los libros de la Catarata. Carlos Martínez Shaw (dir.) Ana Lara Gómez

ECOLOGIA POLITICA: CUADERNOS DE DEBATE INTERNACIONAL

2021, Nº 62
PANDEMIAS Y CRISIS CIVILIZATORIA

El número 62 de la revista Ecología Política, titulado “Pandemias y crisis civilizatoria”, nos permite visibilizar a las pandemias desde una doble perspectiva: tanto la de enfermedades que se expanden por el territorio, como la metafórica, que describe a las lógicas de poder que se desarrollan bajo las narrativas del capitalismo. Así, el número detalla la relación intrínseca entre la insostenibilidad del sistema económico y la destrucción de la vida, pero también da espacio al desarrollo de estrategias y experiencias colectivas que se enfrentan a las dinámicas del capital en tiempos de pandemia.

OPINIÓN

  • Resistencia a la pandemia en el contexto del estrés hídrico en la Ciudad de México. Esteban Gómez Becerra y Marlene Gómez Becerra
  • Todas las opresiones se conectan: pandemia y liberación total. Angélica Ordóñez
  • Viejas y nuevas «normalidades» pandémicas sobre los territorios-cuerpos de las mujeres. Patricia Agosto

EN PROFUNDIDAD

  • Austeridad y corona-shock en Ecuador: resistencias y ecologismos antineoliberales. Diana Vela-Almeida, Angus Lyall, Geovanna Lasso, Diego Andreucci
  • Lucha contra futuras zoonosis: Resistencia contra las granjas industriales en Castilla-La Mancha. Victor Sánchez Juárez
  • ¿El COVID-19 cambió la percepción de la naturaleza? Un análisis de las representaciones sociales durante la pandemia en Argentina. Peter van Aert, Laura Calvelo, Andrea Marina D’Atri, Dulcinea Duarte de Medeiros, Paula Romina Mansilla, Carlos Pescader, Facundo Rojas, Lucrecia Wagner

BREVES

  • COVID-19: ¿zoonosis o sindemia? Jordi López Ortega
  • El ciclo de la exclusión farmacéutica: pandemias, vacunas y daños globales. Jon Gómez Garmendia
  • Territorio tapajônico en disputa durante la pandemia: el capital contra nuestra casa común. Lindon Johnson Portes Portela y Edilberto Francisco Moura Sena
  • La extrema derecha y la invasión de los territorios comunitarios en la Amazonía brasileña. Lucas Ramos de Matos
  • Defender el territorio en tiempos de pandemia en México. Paulino Alvarado Pizaña, Rodrigo Rubén Hernández González y Lucia Linsalata
  • Las condicionantes neocoloniales en el esquema de salud global: Influenza A/H1N1 en México. Raúl Taiyo Kariya Muñoz
  • Maternidad doble en México: cuidar la vida y el agua en el hogar en tiempos de pandemia. María de los Ángeles Cruz Rosel
  • La urgencia de la ética ambiental en tiempos de coronavirus: una propuesta desde la economía ecológica. Gabriel Alberto Rosas Sánchez
  • Extractivismo, pandemia y profundización de las desigualdades: flexibilización socioambiental y afectación de las comunidades indígenas y campesinas de Chile y - Perú. Marina Mendoza
  • Dificultades en tiempo de COVID-19 para cumplir con la seguridad alimentaria en las escuelas municipales de São Paulo, Brasil. Carelia Hidalgo y Luana Sousa

REDES DE RESISTENCIA

  • Ecología Política de la pandemia: sufrimiento socioambiental y acción política indígena por covid-19 en la región Otomí-Tepehua, México. Oscar Adán Castillo Oropeza, Edgar Delgado Hernández
  • Cuerpos confinados: La imbricada relación entre el cuerpo y la sociedad en situación de pandemia. Lidia Abel y Tere Puig Calzadilla

REFERENTES AMBIENTALES

  • La ciencia posnormal encuentra a la ecología política. Entrevista a Silvio Funtowicz. Lucrecia Wagner

CRÍTICA DE LIBROS

  • Reseña del libro «Toda ecología es política». Julieta Godfrid
  • Reseña del libro «El murciélago y el capital». Jordi Roca Jusmet

NUEVA SOCIEDAD

2022, Nº 297
LA SOCIALDEMOCRACIA HA MUERTO, VIVA LA SOCIALDEMOCRACIA

En estos años, abundaron los análisis sobre la "crisis de la socialdemocracia", pero algunas victorias electorales parecen haber cambiado parcialmente la situación. No obstante, las ideas sobre el bienestar tienen el desafío de capturar los cambios en las sociedades y, al mismo tiempo, los triunfos socialdemócratas no siempre indican un mayor caudal de apoyo ciudadano ni recomposiciones ideológicas profundas. Por eso, es necesario reflexionar sobre los desafíos de la democracia social en el siglo XXI.


Puedes consultar el índice y leer parte del contenido siguiendo este enlace.

POLITIQUE AFRICAINE

2021, Nº 161-162
L'AFRIQUE DES SCIENCES SOCIALES. BAS, DÉBATS, COMBATS

Comment la recherche de sciences sociales en et sur l’Afrique a-t-elle évolué durant les quatre dernières décennies? Quelles sont les lignes et les fractures épistémologiques qui se dessinent aujourd’hui? Quel sens cela a-t-il de continuer à promouvoir des études africaines dans les universités? Qui y parle d’Afrique, et à qui?

Ce sont ces questions qui traversent ce double numéro, conçu à l’occasion des 40 ans de Politique africaine. La création de la revue avait marqué un engagement fort, à une époque où les contextes scientifiques, mais aussi politiques et idéologiques, n’étaient pas les mêmes. Les approches par le bas ouvraient la recherche à de nouveaux terrains tout en posant une distance critique à l’égard des compréhensions de l’Afrique focalisées sur les relations de domination entre le continent et le reste du monde. D’autres rapports de domination sont aujourd’hui mis en cause tant à l’intérieur de l’Afrique qu’au sein même du champ des études africaines. Et le continent apparaît comme un espace singulier où questionner plus globalement le devenir du monde à l’ère néolibérale. Rassemblant les contributions d’anthropologues, de démographes, de géographes, d’historiens, de politistes et de sociologues, ce volume éclaire et interroge les passés, les présents et les futurs de l’Afrique des sciences sociales. De bas en haut, débats et combats continuent.


Puedes consultar el índice y leer parte del contenido siguiendo este enlace.

POLITIQUE AFRICAINE

2021, Vol. 163
PAYSAGES MORAUX DES DROGUES (DOSSIER)

Le commerce et la consommation de produits psychoactifs ne sont pas nouveaux en Afrique, et marquent d’une manière ou d’une autre le quotidien de nombreuses populations. Ce dossier interroge les évolutions de l’économie politique des drogues sur le continent, tout en saisissant les expériences concrètes de commerçants et de consommateurs, leurs sociabilités et leurs pratiques.

Une attention particulière est portée aux frontières toujours changeantes entre le licite et l’illicite, ce qui soulève en même temps la question des risques et les opportunités offertes par la drogue. En s’intéressant ainsi aux variations de légitimité et de légalité des pratiques au niveau local, il s’agit aussi d’interroger les récits internationaux sur les drogues et le crime organisé à l’aune des vécus de commerçants et de consommateurs, tout en montrant comment ces deux champs coexistent et s’utilisent l’un l’autre.


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GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT

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Publicación de Oxfam Gran Bretaña, centrada en cuestiones internacionales de género y desarrollo. Examina las conexiones existentes entre las iniciativas sobre cooperación y género y las perspectivas feministas. Desde su creación, la revista se ha convertido en lectura obligatoria para profesionales de la gestión y del ámbito académico relacionados con la cooperación. En sus números hay cabida tanto para artículos como para estudios de caso, informes, conferencias y reseñas bibliográficas. En Hegoa puede consultarse desde 1997. Artículos aquí y acceso a la revista aquí.

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Feminist protests and politics in a world in crisis
  • Introduction: feminist protests and politics in a world in crisis. Sohela Nazneen & Awino Okech
  • Nothing is as it seems: ‘discourse capture’ and backlash politics. Tessa Lewin
  • Femonationalism and anti-gender backlash: the instrumental use of gender equality in the nationalist discourse of the Fratelli d’Italia party. Daria Colella
  • Gendered violences and resistances to development: body, land, territory, and violences against women in postwar Guatemala. Julia Hartviksen
  • Women organising in fragility and conflict: lessons from the #BringBackOurGirls movement, Nigeria. Martin Atela, Ayobami Ojebode, Racheal Makokha, Marion Otieno & Tade Aina
  • A new feminist ethic that unites and mobilizes people: the participation of young people in Argentina’s Green Wave. Gabriela Artazo, Agustina Ramia & Sofia Menoyo
  • #EndSARS movement in Nigeria: tensions and solidarities amongst protesters. Onyeka Antoinette Nwabunnia
  • Gendered social media communication around mining: patriarchy, diamonds, and seeking feminist solidarity online. Juliet Gudhlanga & Samuel J. Spiegel
  • Women and protest politics in Pakistan. Ayesha Khan, Asiya Jawed & Komal Qidwai
  • Visible outside, invisible inside: the power of patriarchy on female protest leaders in conflict and violence-affected settings. Jalila Haider & Miguel Loureiro
  • Fighting all demons: feminist voices on popular protests in Lebanon and the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. Hadeel Qazzaz
  • ‘Nenhum passo atrás’ (Not a step back): Brazilian Black women’s resistance in the era of Bolsonaro’s far-right government. Bruna Pereira & Macarena Aguilar
  • The resistance strikes back: women’s protest strategies against backlash in India. Deepta Chopra
  • South–South symbolic transnationalism: echoing the performance ‘A Rapist in Your Path’ in Latin America. Ana López Ricoy
  • When a movement moves within a movement: Black women’s feminist activism within trade unions. madeleine kennedy-macfoy, Tamara Gausi & Chidi King
  • Unpacking Bangladesh’s ‘women’s leadership paradox’ through the Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Act of 2010. Pragyna Mahpara
  • Protecting public health in adverse circumstances: subnational women leaders and feminist policymaking during COVID-19. Jennifer M. Piscopo & Malliga Och
  • Women’s movements under women presidents: bringing a gender perspective to the legal system. Ramona Vijeyarasa
  • Do women’s rights organisations need ‘femocrats’? The negotiation of the Peruvian–Spanish agreement for development co-operation 2013–2016. Susana Araujo
  • The story of the Doria Feminist Fund: de-colonising the funding narrative in the MENA region. Lina Abou-Habib, Mozn Hassan & Carla Akil
  • Chords of solidarity, notes of dissent: the role of feminist conferences in movement-building in India. Manjima Bhattacharjya
  • Resources. Compiled by Liz Cooke
  • Book Reviews
2021, Vol. 29, Nº 29:1
Health
  • Introduction: Gender, development, and health. Janice Cooper, Renu Khanna, Ines Smyth & Sally Theobald
  • Right to health, right to live: domestic workers facing the COVID-19 crisis in Latin America. Louisa Acciari, Juana del Carmen Britez & Andrea del Carmen Morales Pérez
  • ‘No one understands what we go through’: self-identification of health risks by women sanitation workers in Pune, India during the COVID-19 pandemic. Ravikant Kisana & Nioshi Shah
  • COVID-19 and gender-based violence (GBV): hard-to-reach women and girls, services, and programmes in Kenya. Neetu John, Charlotte Roy, Mary Mwangi, Neha Raval & Terry McGovern
  • Gender, health, and development in post-war Sri Lanka: access to health care for resettled women in Jaffna. Bharathi Radhakrishnan, Jane Parpart, Dhanya Ratnavale & Courtenay Sprague
  • ‘Mama take us to a country where there is no war’: COVID-19 and mental health challenges for Syrian refugee women in Lebanon. Sarine Karajerjian
  • Exploring gender, health, and intersectionality in informal settlements in Freetown. Abu Conteh, Annie Wilkinson & Joseph Macarthy
  • A sexual and reproductive health rights approach to menstruation. Margaret A. McLaren & Monalisa Padhee
  • Enhancing social accountability through adolescent and youth leadership: a case study on sexual and reproductive health from Gujarat, India. Sangeeta Mecwan, Manushi Sheth & Renu Khanna
  • How is eye care seeking affected by intersectional experiences? A study of ageing women in the Indian Sundarbans. Debjani Barman & Manasee Mishra
  • The rise of non-communicable disease (NCDs) in Mozambique: decolonising gender and global health. Claire Somerville & Khatia Munguambe
  • Resources. Compiled by Liz Cooke
  • Book ReviewS
2019, Vol. 27, Nº 3
  • Feminist Values in Research. Katy Jenkins, Lata Narayanaswamy & Caroline Sweetman
  • Making feminism count: integrating feminist research principles in large-scale quantitative research on violence against women and girls Loksee Leung, Stephanie Miedema, Xian Warner, Sarah Homan & Emma Fulu -Researching women’s leadership in Asia and the Pacific – reflections on feminist research approaches in design and in practice Alejandra Pineda & Sophie Purdue
  • The space between us: feminist values and humanitarian power dynamics in research with refugees Michelle Lokot
  • Bringing about social justice through feminist research for monitoring, evaluation, and learning? A conversation from Oxfam GB Andrea Azevedo, Rosa Wilson Garwood & Alexia Pretari
  • Do you really want to hear about my life?’: doing ‘feminist research’ with women in sex work in Eastern India Mirna Guha
  • The personal is political: a feminist reflection on a journey into participatory arts-based research with sex worker migrants in South Africa Elsa Oliveira
  • ‘Why would I want to be anonymous?’ Questioning ethical principles of anonymity in cross-cultural feminist research Rebecca Gordon
  • Using feminist ‘reflexive practice’ to explore stress and well-being of local researchers in South Sudan Dashakti Reddy, Clare Hollowell, Lona Liong Charles Aresto, Nyabol Grace, Mängu Bande Joseph, Joseph Aleu Mayen Ker, Jane Lado & Kiden Mary
  • Using digital storytelling as a source of empowerment for rural women in Benin Leva Rouhani
2019, Vol. 27, Nº 2
Humanitarian Action and Crisis Response.
  • I ntroduction: gender, humanitarian action and crisis response Julie Lafrenière, Caroline Sweetman & Theresia Thylin
  • Balancing fidelity, contextualisation, and innovation: learning from an adaption of SASA! to prevent violence against women in the Dadaab refugee camp Sophie Namy, Natsnet Ghebrebrhan, Mercy Lwambi, Rahma Hassan, Sophia Wanjiku, Jennifer Wagman & Lori Michau
  • Rapid Gender Analysis and its use in crises: from zero to fifty in five years Isadora Quay
  • ‘Localising’ humanitarian action: reflections on delivering women's rights-based and feminist services in an ongoing crisis Maria Al-Abdeh & Champa Patel
  • Women’s status and qualitative perceptions of a cash assistance programme in Raqqa Governorate, Syria Alexandra Blackwell, Jean Casey, Rahmah Habeeb, Jeannie Annan & Kathryn Falb
  • How formerly abducted women in post-conflict situations are reasserting their humanity in a hostile environment: photovoice evidence from northern Uganda Grace Acan, Evelyn Amony, John Harris & Maria del Guadalupe Davidson
2019, Vol. 27, Nº 1
  • Introduction: gender, development, and migrants in a global economy.Ruth Pearson & Caroline Sweetman
  • Women migrants in the global economy: a global overview (and regional perspectives) Tanja Bastia & Nicola Piper
  • Bringing the border to baby: birth registration as bordering practice for migrant women’s children Allison J. Petrozziello
  • Beyond development impact: gender and care in the Pacific Seasonal Worker Programme Priya Chattier
  • The Global Compact for Migration: what could it mean for women and gender relations? Carolina Gottardo & Paola Cyment
  • No city for migrant women: construction workers’ experiences of exclusion from urban governance and discrimination in labour markets in Ahmedabad Nivedita Jayaram, Priyanka Jain & Sangeeth Sujatha Sugathan
  • Skeptics’ and ‘believers’: anti-trafficking, sex work, and migrant rights activism in South Africa Kudakwashe P. Vanyoro
  • Migration as a window to empowerment: Nepalese women's experiences in South Korea Manju Shakya & Yunjeong Yang
  • Albanian women’s experiences of migration to Greece and Italy: a gender analysis Ermira Danaj
  • Resources Compiled by Liz Cooke
  • Remembering Camillia El-Solh Soraya Tremayne
2018, Vol. 26, Nº 3
  • Introduction: development and young feminisms Imogen Davies & Caroline Sweetman
  • Reclaim, resist, reframe: re-imagining feminist movements in the 2010s Esther Moraes & Vinita Sahasranaman
  • Repoliticising women’s rights in development: young African feminisms at the cutting edge Catherine Nyambura
  • Young feminists’ creative strategies to challenge the status quo: a view from FRIDA Gopika Bashi, Lucia Martelotte, Boikanyo Modungwa & Maria Eugenia Olmos
  • In the land of wise old men: experiences of young women activists in Myanmar Agatha Ma, Poe Ei Phyu & Catriona Knapman
  • Reading girls’ participation in Girl Up as feminist: club members’ activism in the UK, USA and Malawi Rosie Walters
  • Young feminists working globally to end violence against women and girls: key challenges and ways forward Christine Homan, Divya Chandran & Rita Lo
  • Reclaiming culture, resisting co-optation: young feminists confronting the rising right Isabel Marler, Daniela Marin Platero & Felogene Anumo
  • A young feminist new order: an exploration of why young feminists organise the way they do Devi Leiper O’Malley & Ruby Johnson
  • Paid work: the magic solution for young women to achieve empowerment? Evidence from the Empower Youth for Work project in Bangladesh Pushpita Saha, Saskia Van Veen, Imogen Davies, Khalid Hossain, Ronald van Moorten & Lien van Mellaert
  • Empowering youth in rural, up-country Sri Lanka through gender-equitable education and employment Ruvani W. Fonseka
2018, Vol. 26, Nº 2
  • Introduction: Gender, development and ICTs Amy O'Donnell , Caroline Sweetman
  • Social media as a gateway for young feminists: lessons from the #IWillGoOut campaign in India Divya Titus
  • ‘I don’t care about their reactions’: agency and ICTs in women’s empowerment in Afghanistan Faheem Hussain , Sara N. Amin
  • How do ICTs mediate gender-based violence in Jamaica? Dhanaraj Thakur
  • ‘We want that for ourselves’: how girls and young women are using ICTs to counter violence and demand their rights Sara Baker
  • ‘Now I want to use it to learn more’: using mobile phones to further the educational rights of the girl child in Kenya Ronda Zelezny-Green
  • Youth and ICTs in a ‘new’ India: exploring changing gendered online relationships among young urban men and women Shannon Philip
  • Potential for social media to challenge gender-based violence in India: a quantitative analysis of Twitter use Tilly A. Gurman, Catherine Nichols ,Elyssa S. Greenberg
  • Using digital technology to engage and mobilise young people to end violence in intimate relationships: lessons from Bolivia Sandrine Muir-Bouchard
2018, Vol. 26, Nº 1
  • Introduction: Sexualities Pauline Oosterhoff , Caroline Sweetman
  • Exploring experiences of heterosexism and coping strategies among lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons in Swaziland Carmen H. Logie, Amaya Perez-Brumer, Emma Woolley, Veli Madau, Winnie Nhlengethwa, Peter A. Newman , Stefan D. Baral
  • Transgender employment and entrepreneurialism in Vietnam Pauline Oosterhoff , Tu-Anh Hoang
  • Disrupting the ‘life-cycle’ of violence in social relations: recommendations for anti-trafficking interventions from an analysis of pathways out of sex work for women in Eastern India Mirna Guha
  • Lesbian and bisexual women in Cuba: family, rights, and policy Evie Browne
  • LGBTQI-identified human rights defenders: courage in the face of adversity at the United Nations Nick J. Mulé
  • Bringing diverse sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) into peacebuilding policy and practice Megan Daigle , Henri Myrttinen
  • ‘Being young and LGBT, what could be worse?’ Analysis of youth LGBT activism in Indonesia: challenges and ways forward Rinaldi Ridwan , Joyce Wu
  • Coming together. Experiences and lessons from an LGBTQI project in three countries Nicolette Matthijsen
  • Christian Aid and LGBTI rights: breaking the silence Clare Paine
  • Reconceptualising and contextualising sexual rights in the MENA region: beyond LGBTQI categories Nof Nasser-Eddin, Nour Abu-Assab , Aydan Greatrick
2017, Vol. 25, Nº 3
  • Natural Resource Justice.Caroline Sweetman and Maria Ezpeleta
  • The effects of resource extraction on Inuit women and their families: evidence from Canada Elana Nightingale, Karina Czyzewski, Frank Tester and Nadi Aaruaq
  • Indigenous women's struggles to oppose state-sponsored deforestation in Chhattisgarh, India Sulakshana Nandi and Samir Garg
  • Indigenous women's anti-mining activism: a gendered analysis of the El Estor struggle in Guatemala Kalowatie Deonandan, Rebecca Tatham and Brennan Field
  • Extractives vs development sovereignty: building living consent rights for African women The WoMin Collective
  • Extractive industries as sites of supernormal profits an d supernormal patriarchy? Sarah Bradshaw, Brian Linneker and Lisa Overton
  • Lessons learnt from gender impact assessments of hydropower projects in Laow and Vietnam Christina Hill, Phan Thi Ngoc Thuy, Jacqueline Storey and Silavanh Vongphosy
  • Artisanal gold mining: both a woman's and a man's world. A Uganda case study Ivan Mpagi, Nalubega Flavia Ssamula, Beatrice Ongode, Sally Henderson and Harriet Gimbo Robinah
  • Integrating a gender perspective into transparency and accountability initiatives: three case studies Alice Powell
  • Going underground in South African platinum mines to explore women miners' experiences Asanda Benda
2017, Vol. 25, Nº 2
  • gender, water, sanitation and hygiene Louise Medland and Caroline Sweetman
  • No relief: lived experiences of inadequate sanitation access of poor urban women in India Seema Kulkarni, Kathleen O'Reilly and Sneha Bhat
  • Mainstreaming gender in the WASH sector: dilution or distillation? Julie Fisher, Sue Cavill and Brian Reed
  • Mainstreaming gender in WASH: lessons learned from Oxfam's experience of Ebola Simone E. Carter, Luisa Maria Dietrich and Olive Melissa Minor
  • Women's environmental health activism around waste and plastic pollution in the coastal wetlands of Yucatán Anne-Marie Hanson
  • Reframing women's empowerment in water security programmes in Western Nepal Stephanie Leder, Floriane Clement and Emma Karki
  • In troubled waters: water commodification, law, gender, and poverty in Bangalore Kaveri Thara
  • Domesticating water supplies through rainwater harvesting in Mumbai Cat Button
  • Transforming gender relations through water, sanitiation, and hygiene programming and monitoring in Vietnam Caitlin Leahy, Keren Winterford, Tuyen Nghiem, John Kelleher, Lee Leong and Juliet Willetts
  • Breaking the silence around menstruation': experiences of adolescent girls in an urban setting in India Shobhita Rajagopal and Kanchan Matur
2017, Vol. 25
  • Introduction: gender, development and fundamentalisms Caroline Sweetman
  • The devil is in the details: a feminist perspective on development, women's rights, and fundamentalisms. Ayesha Imam, Shareen Gokal and Isabel Marler
  • Can faith and freedom co-exist? When faith-based health providers and women's needs clash Jon O'Brien
  • Women on the frontline: can a network provide a platform for activists in the volatile MENA region? Dido Michielsen
  • Policymaking in a 'Christian nation': women's and LGBT rights in The Bahamas' 2016 referendum Alicia Wallace
  • Desecularisation and the 'faith agenda' in an era of austerity: their impact on women's and girl's rights in the UK Sukhwant Dhaliwal and Pragna Patel
  • Engaging women in countering violent extremism: avoiding instrumentalisation and furthering agency Sophie Giscard d'Estaing
2016, Vol. 24, Nº 3
  • Working on Gender Equality in Fragile Contexts. Caroline Sweetman and Jo Rowlands
  • How can donors improve their support to gender equality in fragile settings? Findings from OECD research. Diana Koester, Emily Esplen, Karen Barnes Robinson, Clare Castillejo and Tam O'Neil
  • Refugees and 'host' communities' facing gender-based violence: developing an area-based approach to gender-based violence around Mbera Camp, Mauritania Olga Martín González
  • The reintegration of former combatants in Colombia: addressing violent masculinities in a fragile context Isabella Flisi
  • Supporting women's movements in Afghanistan: challenges of activism in a fragile context Bele Grau
  • Researching livelihoods recovery and support for vulnerable conflict-affected women in Iraq Rachel Sider and Corrie Sissons
  • The impact of war on Somali men: feminist analysis of masculinities and gender relations in a fragile context Judy El-Bushra and Judith Gardner
  • How women's silence secures the peace: analysing sexual and gender-based violence in a low-intensity conflict Sara E. Davies, Jacqui True and Maria Tanyag
  • 'Empowerment' of adolescent girls and young women in Kinshasa: research about girls, by girls Lyndsay McLean and Anny T. Modi
  • Employment, masculinities, and domestic violence in 'fragile' contexts: Pakistani women in Pakistan and the UK Punita Chowbey
2016, Vol. 24, Nº 2
  • Development and Violence Against Women and Girls. Christine Hughes, Caroline Marrs and Caroline.Sweetma
  • High risk feminism in El Salvador: women's mobilisation in violent times.Julia Zulver
  • Grassroots responses to violence against women and girls in post-earthquake Nepal: lessons from the field Kay Standing, Sara Parker and Sapana Bista
  • Faith paths to overcome violence against women and girls in Brazil Sarah de Roure and Chiara Capraro
  • 'Two months of marriage were enough to turn my life upside down.' Early marriage as a form of gender-based violence Souad Belhorma
  • Shifting negative social norms rooted in unequal gender and power relationships to prevent violence against women and girls Laura Haylock, Rukia Cornelius, Anthony Malunga and Kwezilomso Mbandazayo
  • Building capacity for a disability-inclusive response to violence against women and girls: experiences from the W-DARE project in the Philippines . Cathy Vaughan, Alexandra Devine, Raquel Ignacio, Wanet Lacsamana, M. Jesusa Marco, Jerome Zayas and Carolyn Sobritchea
  • The Communities Care Program: changing social norms to end violence against women and girls in conflict-affected communities Sophie Read-Hamilton and Mendy Marsh
  • Feminist mobilisation for policy change on violence against women: insights from Asia Paola Cagna and Nitya Rao
  • Unintended complicities: preventing violence against women in South Africa Lisa Vetten
2016, Vol. 24, Nº 1
  • Gender and the Sustainable Development Goals Valeria Esquivel and Caroline Sweetman
  • Power and the Sustainable Development Goals: a feminist analysis. Valeria Esqivel
  • The 2030 Agenda: challenges of implementation to attain gender equality and women's right. Shahra Razavi
  • From the Millennium Development Goals to the Sustainable Development Goals: shifts in purpose, concept, and politics of global goal setting for development. Sakiko Fukuda-Parr
  • Tapping the Sustainable Development Goals for progressive gender equity and equality policy? Gabriele Koehler
  • Leaving no-one behind: can the Sustainable Development Goals succeed where the Millennium Goals lacked? Elizabeth Stuart and Jessica Woodroffe
  • Agenda 2030: A bold enough framework towards sustainable, gender-just development? Nicole Bidegain Ponte and Corina Rodgríguez Enríquez
  • Women's movements engagement in the SDGs: lessons learned from the Women's Major Group Sascha Gabizon
  • Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals: gender equality at last? Daniela Rosche
  • Gender, security, and governance: the case of Sustainable Development Goal 16 Anne Marie Goetz and Rob Jenkins
2015, Vol. 23, Nº 3
  • Gender and Resilience Ines Smyth and Caroline Sweetman
  • Eventually the mine will come': women anti-mining activists' everyday resilience in opposing resource extraction in the Andes Katy Jenkins and Genys Rondón
  • Women rebuilding lives post-disaster: innovative community practices for building resilience and promoting sustainable development .Julie Drolet, Lena Dominelli, Margaret Alston, Robin Ersing, Golam Mathbor and Haorui Wu
  • Building aid workers; resilience: why a gendered approach is needed Alice Gritti
  • Reinvigorating resilience: violence against women, land rights, and the women's peace movement in Myanmar Hilary Faxon, Roisin Furlong and May Sabe Phyu
  • What if gender became an esential, standard element of Vulnerability Assessments? Daniel Morchain, Giorgia Prati, Frances Kelsey and Lauren Ravon
  • Looking within the household: a study on gender, food security, and resilience in cocoa-growing communities Elizabeth Kiewisch
  • Gender equality, resilience to climate change, and the design of livestock projects for rural livelihoods Nicola J.C. Chanamuto and Stephen J.G. Hall
2015, Vol. 23, Nº 2
  • Gender and Inequalities Naila Kabeer and Caroline Sweetman
  • Gender, poverty and inequality: a brief history of feminist contributions in the field of international development Naila Kabeer
  • Gendering the inequality debate Diane Perrons
  • Gender inequality and inter-household economic inequality in emerging economies: exploring the relationship Daria Ukhova
  • ‘Leave no one behind’ and the challenge of intersectionality: Christian Aid's experience of working with single and Dalit women in India. Jayshree P. Mangubhai and Chiara Capraro
  • Women's economic inequality and domestic violence: exploring the links and empowering women Christine Hughes, Mara Bolis, Rebecca Fries and Stephanie Finigan
  • The food insecurity - obesity paradox as a vicious cycle for women: inequalities and health Andrea S. Papan and Barbara Clow
  • Measuring the drivers of gender inequality and their impact on development: the role of discriminatory social institutions Gaëlle Ferrant and Keiko Nowacka
  • Addressing multiple dimensions of gender inequality: the experience of the BRAC Gender Quality Action Learning (GQAL) programme in Bangladesh Sheepa Hafiz, Mohammed Kamruzzaman and Hasne Ara Begum
  • Bridging inequalities through inclusion: womens' rights organisations as the 'missing link; in donor-led participatory policy development and practice Abigail Hunt, Hannah Bond and Ruth Ojiambo Ochieng
2015, Vol. 23, Nº 1
  • Working on gender equality in urban areas.Alan Brouder and Caroline Sweetman
  • Campaigning to save market women's livelihoods in Hanoi: experience from HealthBridge. Kristie Daniel, Debra Efroymson, Tran Thi KieuThanh Ha, Dinh Dang Hai and Sian Fitzgerald
  • Safe Cities programming and campaigning in the ActionAid Federation. Christy Abraham, Daphne Jayasinghe, Rachel Noble and Kasia Staszewska
  • SafetiPin: an innovative mobile app to collect data on women's safety in Indian cities. Kalpana Viswanath and Ashish Basu
  • Community mentors as coaches: transforming gender norms through cricket among adolescent males in urban India. Madhumita Das, Ravi Verma, Sancheeta Ghosh, Samantha Ciaravino, Kelley Jones, Brian O'Connor and Elizabeth Miller
  • Working with legal pluralism: widowhood, property inheritance, and poverty alleviation in urban Senegal Ruth Evans
  • Grassroots women's accountability mechanisms: strengthening urban governance through organising and partnerships Rachael Wyant and Katarina Spasić
  • Planning from below: using feminist participatory methods to increase women's participation in urban planning Sara Ortiz Escalante and Blanca Gutiérrez Valdivia. -ActionAid's Young Urban Women programme in urban India: taking an intersectional approach to decent work, unpaid care, and sexual and reproductive health and rights Baishali Chatterjee
2014, Vol. 22, Nº 3
  • What is a transformative approach to care, and why do we need it?.Valeria Esquivel
  • Public policies on water provision and early childhood education and care (ECEC): do they reduce and redistribute unpaid work?. Magdalena Sepúlveda Carmona and Kate Donald
  • Policy advocacy for women's unpaid care work: comparing approaches and strategies in Nepal and Nigeria. Deepta Chopra, Patience Ekeoba, Zahrah Nesbitt-Ahmed, Rachel Moussié and Mona Sherpa
  • Not ‘women's burden’: how washing clothes and grinding corn became issues of social justice and development. Thalia Kidder, Zahria Mapandi and Hector Ortega
  • Transforming gender roles in domestic and caregiving work: preliminary findings from engaging fathers in maternal, newborn, and child health in Rwanda. Kate Doyle, Jane Kato-Wallace, Shamsi Kazimbaya and Gary Barker
  • Valuing unpaid labour in community Fair Trade products: a Nicaraguan case study from The Body Shop International. Felicity Butler
  • Caring for people with intellectual disabilities in poor rural communities in Cambodia: experience from ADD International. Sylvie Cordier
2014, Vol. 22, Nº 2
  • Introduction to Gender, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning. Kimberly Bowman , Caroline Sweetman
  • Building capacity to measure long-term impact on women's empowerment: CARE's Women's. Nidal Karim, Mary Picard, Sarah Gillingham & Leah Berkowitz
  • A review of approaches and methods to measure economic empowerment of women and girls. Paola Pereznieto & Georgia Taylor
  • Still learning: a critical reflection on three years of measuring women's empowerment in Oxfam. David Bishop & Kimberly Bowman
  • Reflections on Womankind Worldwide's experiences of tackling common challenges in monitoring and evaluating women's rights programming. Helen Lindley
  • Capturing changes in women's lives: the experiences of Oxfam Canada in applying feminist evaluation principles to monitoring and evaluation practice. Carol Miller & Laura Haylock
  • A survivor behind every number: using programme data on violence against women and girls in the Democratic Republic of Congo to influence policy and practice._ Marie-France Guimond_ & Katie Robinette
  • Learning about women's empowerment in the context of development projects: do the figures tell us enough? Jane Carter, Sarah Byrne, Kai Schrader, Humayun Kabir, Zenebe Bashaw Uraguchi, Bhanu Pandit, Badri Manandhar, Merita Barileva, Norbert Pijls & Pascal Fendrich
  • Using the Social Relations Approach to capture complexity in women's empowerment: using gender analysis in the Fish on Farms project in Cambodia. Emily Hillenbrand, Pardis Lakzadeh, Ly Sokhoin, Zaman Talukder, Timothy Green & Judy McLean
2014, Vol. 22, Nº 1
  • Adolescent girls' experiences of violence in school in Sierra Leone and the challenges to sustainable change. Anita Reilly
  • Rebirth, empowerment and youth leading social change: non-formal education in Honduras. Amanda Moll and Lotte Renault
  • Writing gender in: reflections on writing middle-school political science textbooks in India. Dipta Bhog and Malini Ghose
  • She called, she Googled, she knew: girls' secondary education, interrupted school attendance, and educational use of mobile phones in Nairobi. Ronda Zelezny-Green
  • Co-education and the erosion of gender stereotypes in the Zambian Copperbelt Alice Evans
  • 'My grandfather broke all traditional norms by sending both his daughters to school': lessons from 'inspirational' women in Nepal. Sara Parker, Kay Standing and B.K. Shrestha
  • Communities in Conversation: opportunities for women and girls' self-empowerment Annamagriet de Wet and Glynis Parker
  • Lessons, challenges and successes while working on the 'Triange' of education, gender and sexual and reproductive health. Olloriak Sawade
  • In(Equality) and action: the role of women's training initiatives in promoting women's leadership opportunities in Myanmar. Elizabeth Maber
2013, Vol. 21, Nº 3
Conflict and violence
  • Introduction to Conflict and Violence. Caroline Green & Caroline Sweetman
  • War and security, women and gender: an overview of the issues. Cynthia Cockburn
  • From the private to the public sphere: new research on women's participation in peace-building. Zohra Moosa, Maryam Rahmani & Lee Webster
  • Girl soldiers: towards a gendered understanding of wartime recruitment, participation, and demobilisation. Myriam Denov & Alexandra Ricard-Guay
  • ‘When does the end begin?’ Addressing gender-based violence in post-conflict societies: case studies from Zimbabwe and El Salvador. Alivelu Ramisetty & Muthoni Muriu
  • From spoils to weapons: framing wartime sexual violence. Kerry F. Crawford
  • Political transition and sexual and gender-based violence in South Africa, Kenya, and Zimbabwe: a comparative analysis. Kylie Thomas, Masheti Masinjila & Eunice Bere
  • Gender, conflict, and peace-building: how conflict can catalyse positive change for women. Julie Arostegui
  • Gender-based violence and the Arms Trade Treaty: reflections from a campaigning and legal perspective. Caroline Green, Deepayan Basu Ray, Claire Mortimer & Kate Stone
  • Resources. Liz Cooke
2013, Vol. 21, Nº 2
Feminist solidarity and collective action
  • Introduction, Feminist Solidarity and Collective Action. Caroline Sweetman
  • Feminist mobilisation and progressive policy change: why governments take action to combat violence against women. S. Laurel Weldon & Mala Htun
  • Organising women workers in the informal economy. Naila Kabeer, Kirsty Milward & Ratna Sudarshan
  • ‘Pink transportation’ in Mexico City: reclaiming urban space through collective action against gender-based violence. Amy Dunckel-Graglia
  • Why gender matters in activism: feminism and social justice movements. Manjima Bhattacharjya, Jenny Birchall, Pamela Caro, David Kelleher & Vinita Sahasranaman
  • Women's collective action in African agricultural markets: the limits of current development practice for rural women's empowerment. Sally Baden
  • The importance of being connected: urban poor women's experience of self-help discourse in Cambodia. Kristy Ward & Vichhra Mouyly
  • Taking feminist activism online: reflections on the ‘Keep Saartjie Baartman Centre Open’ e-campaign. Selina Mudavanhu & Jennifer Radloff
  • More than 13 million: mass mobilisation and gender politics in the Vietnam Women's Union. Gabi Waibel & Sarah Glück
  • Feminist solidarity: no boys allowed? Views of pro-feminist men on collaboration and alliance-building with women's movements. Kate Bojin
2013, Vol. 21, Nº 1
Working with men on gender equality
  • Introduction: Working with men on gender equality. Caroline Sweetman
  • ‘I can do women's work’: reflections on engaging men as allies in women's economic empowerment in Rwanda. Henny Slegh, Gary Barker, Augustin Kimonyo, Prudence Ndolimana & Matt Bannerman
  • Promoting male involvement in family planning in Vietnam and India: HealthBridge experience. Lisa MacDonald, Lori Jones, Phaeba Thomas, Le Thi Thu, Sian FitzGerald & Debra Efroymson
  • ‘Before the war, I was a man’: men and masculinities in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Desiree Lwambo
  • Sympathetic advocates: male parliamentarians sharing responsibility for gender equality. Sonia Palmieri
  • ‘Because I am a man, I should be gentle to my wife and my children’: positive masculinity to stop gender-based violence in a coastal district in Vietnam. Tu-Anh Hoang, Trang Thu Quach & Tam Thanh Tran
  • Domestic violence prevention through the Constructing Violence-free Masculinities programme: an experience from Peru. Rhoda Mitchell
  • ‘One Man Can’: shifts in fatherhood beliefs and parenting practices following a gender-transformative programme in Eastern Cape, South Africa. Wessel van den Berg, Lynn Hendricks, Abigail Hatcher, Dean Peacock, Patrick Godana & Shari Dworkin
  • Whose turn to do the dishes? Transforming gender attitudes and behaviours among very young adolescents in Nepal. Rebecka Lundgren, Miranda Beckman, Surendra Prasad Chaurasiya, Bhawna Subhedi & Brad Kerner
  • Where the boys are: engaging young adolescent boys in support of girls' education and leadership. Stephanie Baric
  • Men's involvement in gender equality – European perspectives. Sandy Ruxton & Nikki van der Gaag
2012, Vol. 20, Nº 3
Beyond Gender Mainstreaming
  • Gender mainstreaming: recognising and building on progress. Views from the UK Gender and Development Network. Helen Derbyshire
  • ‘It's just been such a horrible experience’. Perceptions of gender mainstreaming by practitioners in South African organisations. Jenevieve Mannell
  • Mainstreaming women's safety in cities into gender-based policy and programmes. Caroline Moser
  • Looking through an equity and inclusion lens in Tanzania: the experience of WaterAid. Joyce Ndesamburo, Erin Flynn & Samantha French -The micro-politics of gender mainstreaming: the administration of policy in humanitarian work in Cambodia. Franz F. Wong
  • From the bottom up: lessons about gender mainstreaming in the Andes from Digni's Women Empowerment and Gender Equality (WEGE) programme. Heidi Holt Zachariassen
  • Substantive gender mainstreaming and the missing middle: a view from Dutch development agencies. Anouka van Eerdewijk & Ireen Dubel
  • ‘… the donor community, they are not sensitised about these kind of gender things’: incorporating ‘gender’ into the work of a Ghanaian NGO. Hannah Warren
  • Fixing women or fixing the world? ‘Smart economics’, efficiency approaches, and gender equality in development. Sylvia Chant & Caroline Sweetman
  • ‘Measuring the unmeasurable’: gender mainstreaming and cultural change. Jeanette Kloosterman, Esther Benning & Rex Fyles
  • The elephant in the room and the dragons at the gate: strategising for gender equality in the 21st century. Joanne Sandler & Aruna Rao
  • Intersectional mainstreaming and Sightsavers' Lady Health Workers Programme in Pakistan. Clara Fischer
  • Mainstreaming from Beijing to Ghana – the role of the women's movement in Ghana. Diana Højlund Madsen
  • Better than the sum of our parts? Reflections on gender mainstreaming in a confederation. Shawna Wakefield
2012, Vol. 20, Nº 2
Post-disaster Humanitarian Work
  • Introduction: post-disaster humanitarian work. Joanna Hoare, Ines Smyth & Caroline Sweetman
  • Using sex and age disaggregated data to improve humanitarian response in emergencies. Prisca Benelli, Dyan Mazurana & Peter Walker
  • Improving the effectiveness of humanitarian action: progress in implementing the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) Gender Marker. Siobhán Foran, Aisling Swaine & Kate Burns
  • Gender and building homes in disaster in Sindh, Pakistan. Shaheen Ashraf Shah
  • Women and the 2011 East Japan Disaster. Fumie Saito
  • Helping international non-government organisations (INGOs) to include a focus on gender-based violence during the emergency phase: lessons learned from Haiti 2010–2011. Sarah Jeanne Davoren
  • After the earthquake: gender inequality and transformation in post-disaster Haiti. _ Lynn Horton_
  • Women's empowerment for disaster risk reduction and emergency response in Nepal. Rajesh Dhungel & Ram Nath Ojha
  • Looking beyond gender in humanitarian interventions: a study of a drought-stricken region of Kenya. Wilson O. Ndenyele & Fathima Azmiya Badurdeen
  • The warias of Indonesia in disaster risk reduction: the case of the 2010 Mt Merapi eruption in Indonesia. Benigno Balgos, J.C. Gaillard & Kristinne Sanz
  • Resources. Liz Cooke
  • Views, events, and debates. Irene Tinker, Pooja Kishnani, Ines Smyth & Liz Cooke
2012, Vol. 20, Nº 1
  • Women producers and the benefits of collective forms of enterprise. Elaine Jones, Sally Smith and Carol Wills
  • Shampoo, saris and SIM cards: seeking entrepreneurial futures at the bottom of the pyramid. Catherine Dolan, Mary Johnstone-Louis and Linda Scott
  • Workers’ rights and corporate accountability – the move towards practical, worker-driven change for sportswear workers in Indonesia. Daisy Gardener
  • Women's entrepreneurship development initiatives in Lebanon: micro-achievements and macro-gaps. Nabil Abdo and Carole Kerbage
  • The Markets for Afghan Artisans approach to women's economic empowerment. Kerry Jane Wilson, Barbara Everdene and Floortje Klijn
  • ‘Show the world to women and they can do it’: Southern Fair Trade Enterprises as agents of empowerment. Ann Le Mare
  • Fair Trade and organic certification in value chains: lessons from a gender analysis from coffee exporting in Uganda. Deborah Kasente
  • Beyond participation: making enterprise development really work for women. Sally King, Hugo Sintes and Maria Alemu
  • Expanding women's role in Africa's modern off-grid lighting market: enhancing profitability and improving lives. Carmen Niethammer and Peter Alstone
2011, Vol. 19, Nº 3
  • Introduction to Citizenship. Caroline Sweetman, Jo Rowlands & Lina Abou-Habib
  • Preventing the gendered reproduction of citizenship: the role of social movements in South Africa. Meghan Cooper
  • Women's agency and citizenship across transnational identities: a case study of the Bangladeshi diaspora in the UK. Fatema Jahan
  • Supporting the collective power of Bolivian women to attain citizenship rights: the Raising Her Voice project. Soledad Muñiz & Hannah Beardon
  • Gender and fragile citizenship in Uganda: the case of Acholi women. Marjoke Oosterom
  • Citizenship rights and women's roles in development in post-conflict Nepal. Bijan Pant & Kay Standing
  • Locating young women in a plethora of issues: reflections from the tenth Young Women Leader's Conference 2010. Melanie Reyes & Anamaine Asinas
  • The ‘right to have rights’: active citizenship and gendered social entitlements in Egypt, Lebanon and Palestine. Lina Abou-Habib
  • What are the opportunities to promote gender equity and equality in conflict-affected and fragile states? Insights from a review of evidence. Helen O'Connell
2011, Vol. 19, Nº 2
  • Transformative social protection programming for children and their carers: a gender perspective. Rachel Sabates-Wheeler y Keetie Roelen
  • Cash transfers, gender equity and women's empowerment in Peru, Ecuador and Bolivia. Maxine Molyneux y Marilyn Thomson
  • ‘It was as if we were drowning’: shocks, stresses and safety nets in India. Karishma Huda y Sandeep Kaur
  • It buys food but does it change gender relations? Child Support Grants in Soweto, South Africa. Leila Patel y Tessa Hochfeld
  • Leaders, not clients: grassroots women's groups transforming social protection. Becca Asaki y Shannon Hayes
  • Addressing gendered risks and vulnerabilities through social protection: examples of good practice from Bangladesh, Ethiopia, and Peru. Rebecca Holmes, Nicola Jones,Fouzia Mannan, Rosana Vargas, Yisak Tafere y Tassew Woldehanna
  • Putting gender equality at the heart of social protection: lessons from Oxfam GB's experience with safety net programming. Nupur Kukrety y Sumananjali Mohanty
  • Towards transformative social protection: a gendered analysis of the Employment Guarantee Act of India (MGNREGA). Sony Pellissery y Sumit Kumar Jalan
2011, Vol. 19, Nº 1
  • Remittances and transnational families in Italy and The Philippines: Breaking the global care chain.
  • Climate change and migration: a case study from rural Bangladesh.
  • Feminised financial flows: How gender affects remittances in Honduran-US transnational families.
  • The impact of remittances on gender roles and opportunities for children in recipient families: research from the International Organization for Migration.
  • Constructing "modern gendered civilised" women and men: Gender-mainstreaming in refugee camps.
  • Protecting migrant domestic workers in the UK.
  • Who cares? HIV-related sickness, urban-rural linkages, and the gendered role of care in return migration in South Africa.
  • The influence of male migration on female resources, independence, and development in Gambian villages.
2010, Vol. 18, Nº 3
  • Challenging gender inequality in farmer's organizations in Nicaragua.
  • Agricultural livelihoods and nutrition - exploring the links with women in Zambia.
  • Transforming gender in homestead food production.
  • Maize diversity and gender: research from Mexico.
  • The nutrition transition: a gender perspective with reference to Brazil.
  • Gender, large-scale development, and food insecurity in Lesotho: an analysis of the impact of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project.
  • Women trading in food across the Zimbabwe-South Africa border: experiences and strategies.
  • Gender inequality, mothers' health, and unequal distribution of food: experiences from a CARE project in India.
  • Food price hikes, food security, and gender equality: assessing the roles and vulnerability of women in households of Bangladesh and Ethiopia.
  • New agribusiness investments mean wholesale sell-out for women farmers. 'Fat egg's': gender and fertility as important factors in HIV/AIDS prevention in Botswana.
2010, Vol. 18, Nº 2
  • The global economic crisis, its gender and etnic implications, and policy responses.
  • Gender and the global economic crisis in development countries: a framework for analysis. DIANE ELSON
  • Critical times: gendered implications of the economic crisis for migrant workers from Burma.
  • Feminised recession: impact of the global financial crisis on women garment workers in the Philippines.
  • Securing the fruits of their labours: the effect of the crisis on women farm workers in Peru's Ica valley.
  • Cheap and siposable? The impact of the global economic crisis on the migration of Ethiopian women domestic workers to the Gulf.
  • Crisis, care and childhood: the impact of economic crisis on care work in poor households in the developing world.
2010, Vol. 18, Nº 1
  • Gender and community mobilisation for urban water infraestructure investment in southern Nigeria.
  • "Good" water governance and gender equity: a troubled relationship.
  • Sustainable development, water resources management and women's empowerment: the Wanaraniya Water Project in Sri Lanka.
  • Unequal burden: water privatisation and women's human rights in Tanzania.
  • After the summit: women's access to water and policymaking in Brazil. *Oxfam experience of providing screened toilet, bathing and menstruation units in its earthquake response in Pakistan.
  • Can water proffesionals meet gender goals? A case study of the Department of Irrigation in Nepal.
  • Menstrual hygiene in South Asia: a neglected issue for WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) programmes.