About Gender & Development

Gender & Development, co-published by Oxfam and Routledge/Taylor & Francis, has been a steadfast source of essential readings in the field of development for the past 25 years. It foregrounds the experience of development practitioners, many from the global South, who have valuable experiences to share but who may face barriers to publishing in conventional journals. Since its founding in 1993, the journal has critically explored a range of cross-cutting issues in the areas of gender and development. It is a trailblazer in establishing inclusive and decolonialist approaches to knowledge creation and management in the wider international humanitarian and development sectors.

From 1st January 2022, a consortium of Oxfam affiliates in the global South will be hosting Gender & Development. Together, Oxfams Brazil, Colombia, India, KEDV (Turkey), Mexico and South Africa will take over from Oxfam Great Britain, which has provided the editorial home for the journal since its founding more than 25 years ago. This consortium will continue to maintain the journal’s editorial independence and strongly position Gender & Development as a journal that gives voice to the work of gender and development practitioners, policy makers, researchers, and feminist and grassroots activists and their organisations from around the globe.

Editorial Team

Rita Soares
Liz Cooke
Ines Smyth

Editorial Advisory Group


Write for the journal

Contributions are welcome from all involved in development initiatives: policy-makers and practitioners, researchers both inside and outside academia, and feminist activists.

Gender & Development is published three times a year, in March, July and November. Articles blend clear accessible style with rigour and referencing, to be useful to the widest possible readership. For more details see our guidelines below.

Article Guidelines Book Review Guidelines

As the journal is thematic, all articles are fully commissioned through Calls for Contributions.

Forthcoming themes

2021
Feminist Protests and Politics in a World in Crisis Double issue November 2021 (call for contributions now closed)

2022
A Gender-Responsive Recovery: Ensuring Women’s Decent Work and Transforming Care Provision Double issue July 2022 Call for contributions NOW OPEN

For further information, contact Liz Cooke, at lcooke@oxfam.org.uk

Read the journal

Gender & Development is published for Oxfam by Routledge/Taylor & Francis.

For details about subscribing to the journal, please visit the Taylor & Francis website. For those who cannot afford to subscribe, individual articles from the journal are available free of charge in line with the journal’s aims as a development project, by arrangement with the publishers.

Articles are free to access via the Oxfam Policy & Practice website.

Subscription rates

A Special Rate of £40 / US$70 is available to any subscriber with an address in a low or middle income country. Visit the website for information on how to access this rate.

Please note this rate is not available for subscriptions placed via a subscriptions agent.

2021 rates

Institutional rate

£458.00

plus VATPrint and online access

Institutional rate

£389.00

plus VATOnline only

Personal rate

£151.00

plus VATPrint and online access

Low/Middle Income Country

£40.00

plus VATPrint and online access

All subscription rates for Gender & Development, except the Institutional Online rate, include both print and online access. Online access is to the current volume and full journal archive.

Subscriptions purchased at the personal rate are strictly for personal, non-commercial use only. The reselling of personal subscriptions is prohibited. Personal subscriptions must be purchased with a personal cheque or credit card. Proof of personal status may be requested.

For more information about how to subscribe, and to read a sample copy, visit the Routledge/Taylor & Francis website.

E-books and books

Selected issues of the journal from past years are available as e-books and books, published by Practical Action Publishing as the ‘Working in Gender & Development’ series. Details can be found on Practical Action’s website.