About Gender & Development
Gender & Development is a unique journal that is also a project. Its aim is to inspire, influence and support development and humanitarian policy and practice, promoting social justice and gender equality. Published by Oxfam for 25 years in partnership with Routledge/Taylor & Francis, the journal has become essential reading.
We publish accessible yet rigorous articles by gender and development practitioners, policymakers and researchers, and feminist activists from around the globe.
Each of our three issues per year focuses on a cutting-edge theme.
Editor: Caroline Sweetman
Assistant Editor: Liz Cooke
Content Development Editor: Yas Taherzadeh
Ruth Pearson, University of Leeds, UK
Ines Smyth, Independent Consultant, UK
Editorial Advisory Group
- Lina Abou-Habib, Research on Training and Development Action (CRTDA), Lebanon
- Peggy Antrobus, DAWN, West Indies
- Jo Beall, British Council, UK
- Daniela Colombo, Founder and Former President, AIDOS, Italy
- Camillia El-Solh, Socio-economist/Consultant, UK
- Valeria Esquivel, International Labour Office, Switzerland
- Alda Facio, Special Rapporteur & Chair, UN Working Group on Discrimination against Women in Law and Practice, and Founder and Academic Director, Women’s Human Rights Education Institute, Centre for Women’s Studies in Education, University of Toronto, Canada
- Anne Marie Goetz, New York University, USA
- Caren Grown, World Bank, USA
- Noeleen Heyzer, Former Executive Director, UNESCAP, Thailand
- Suad Joseph, University of California, USA
- Naila Kabeer, London SChool of Economics, UK
- Deborah Kasente, Makerere University, Uganda
- Joanna Kerr, Executive Director, Greenpeace Canada
- Koos Kingma, Van Hall Larenstein University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands
- Sara Hlupekile Longwe, FEMNET, Zambia
- Maitrayee Mukhopadhyay, Royal Tropical Institute, The Netherlands
- Ranjani K. Murthy, Researcher and Consultant, India
- Lata Naryanaswamy, University of Leeds, UK
- Shirin M. Rai, University of Warwick, UK
- Aruna Rao, Gender at Work, India and USA
- Amartya Sen, Harvard University, USA
- Gita Sen, Indian Institute of Management, India
- Ellen Sprenger, Independent Strategist and Consultant, Canada
- Rieky Stuart, Gender at Work, Canada
- Feleke Tadele, Oxfam, Ethiopia
- Nidhi Tandon, Consultant and Trainer, Canada
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.
As the journal is thematic, all articles are fully commissioned through calls for contributions, which are posted on this page. There are no current calls for contributions, but please check back soon.
ICTs (July 2018, fully commissioned)
Young Feminisms (November 2018, fully commissioned)
Global Migration (March 2019)
Crises and Humanitarian Response (tbc) (July 2019)
For further information, contact the Editor, Caroline Sweetman at email@example.com.
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Gender & Development is published for Oxfam by Routledge/Taylor & Francis.
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