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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Forthcoming Themes 

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

November 2016: Working on Gender in Fragile Contexts

March 2017: Natural Resource Justice

July 2017: Fundamentalisms

November 2017: Water

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.

Practising Intersectionality in gender and development work: papers from the Oxfam/Simmons College Intersectionality Symposium now available

These specially commissioned papers share experience from Oxfam staff and partners of working on gender and intersectionality in international development. Read the papers

G&D Event at the LSE - Gendered Inequalities: Policy and Practice Perspectives - Watch the Video

We held our very successful public lecture at the London School of Economics on Friday 2 October. Moderated by Laurie Adams, Oxfam's Women's Rights Director, Professors Naila Kabeer and Diane Perrons from the LSE, Daria Ukhova, Policy Adviser at Oxfam, and Chiara Capraro of Christian Aid discuss their contributions to our July 2015 Inequalities issue. Watch the video

Our special issue on Intersectionality

On 23 - 24 March 2015 G&D attended a Symposium - organised by Oxfam America and the Center for Gender in Organizations, Simmons College in Boston, US - on Gender & Intersectionality.  

As our contribution to the Symposium we have created a special, digital issue, which looks at intersecting inequalities, women's rights and development.  Read the issue here