Gender & Development translates activism and analysis both ways, between practice and policy and academic research and back the other way, helping to get development programmes and policies relevant, helpful and transformational for poor women

Professor Naila Kabeer

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Gender & Development

Gender & Development is the only journal published to focus specifically on international gender and development issues, and to explore the connections between gender and development initiatives, and feminist perspectives.

The journal is co-published by Oxfam and Taylor & Francis.

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Latest issue

Volume 24 Issue 3

Working on gender equality in fragile contexts

Table of contents

Editor Caroline Sweetman blogs about the new issue: Women leading in the peace


New call for papers - Natural Resource Justice

Our November 2017 issue will focus on Natural Resource Justice. Read the call for papers (Deadline for proposals is 15 December 2016.)

New issue - Working on gender equality in fragile contexts

Our November 2016 issue is now available. See the table of contents

Our Special Virtual Issue on gender equality in Latin America

Created specially  for the AWID 2016 International Forum, held in Costa do Sauípe, Bahia, Brazil, 8-11 September 2016, this online issue of G&D brings together key articles from the journal that examine issues of gender inequality across the Latin America region. Read the special virtual issue

Forthcoming Themes 

We're pleased to announce the themes for the following issues:

March 2017: Fundamentalisms (fully commissioned)

July 2017: Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (fully commissioned)

November 2017: Natural Resource Justice

March 2018: Sexualities

We will be publishing calls for papers for all these issues here on the website and via Twitter, so do check regularly if you are interested in contributing an article.