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News, topics & links
New Call for Papers: Education and Learning
The March 2014 issue of G&D will focus on Education and Learning from a gender justice and women's rights perspective. Read the Call for Papers
New issue themes announced for 2013 and 20142013
July: Feminist solidarity and collective action
Nov: Conflict and violence
March: Education - Read the Call for Papers
July: After the MDGs
Nov: The care economy
If you're interested in contributing to any of these issues, check our website for calls for papers, or for more regular updates follow us on twitter.
From November 2011 to November 2012 Gender & Development ran a major Learning Project on Beyond Gender Mainstreaming, in partnership with the UK Gender and Development Network (GADN).
The Beyond Gender Mainstreaming Learning Project
It involved a conceptual discussion about experience and successes of different approaches to integrating gender and women’s rights into development and humanitarian work.
Read the Beyond Gender Mainstreaming issue >
Oxfam at AWID 2012 >
We will be adding information on events planned for 2013 shortly.
Other organisations working on gender and development issues:
Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID)
Bridge (at IDS)
Eldis Gender Resource Guide
Gender & Development Network (GADN), UK
UK Development Studies Association Gender and Practice Study Group
Women’s Human Rights net (WHRnet)
Women in Development Europe (WIDE)
Tracking the impact of the global economic crisis - 10 things women's groups can investigate
Read the article (PDF) >
The International Handbook of Gender and Poverty: Concepts, Research, Policy edited by Sylvia Chant
Read Caroline's chapter (PDF) >
Order a copy of The International Handbook of Gender and Poverty with a 10% online discount >
More Oxfam resources on gender are available to search and download free from the Oxfam Policy & Practice website.