A unique journal aiming to inspire and support development policy and practice, for social justice and gender equality.

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Health
Volume 29, Issue 1, March 2021

Our health and well-being is determined by a variety of factors. Social and economic inequalities play out in the area of health leading to unequal health outcomes, something only too evident during the COVID-19 pandemic. Applying a gender lens helps us understand the way harmful gender norms help perpetuate ill-health and inequality.

The researchers, activists and practitioners who have contributed to this issue explore gender-differentiated experiences across a wide range of health contexts from around the world.

Their articles underscore the need for an intersectional feminist approach to be adopted to first recognise, and then tackle, the inequalities that prevent so many from enjoying the good health that we all have a right to.

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Past Issues

For 25 years, Gender & Development has published a range of voices from development research, policy and practice and feminist activists across the globe.

The journal publishes three issues a year on key themes.

 

A unique journal aiming to inspire and support development policy and practice, for social justice and gender equality.

Latest Issue

Past Issues

For 25 years, Gender & Development has published a range of voices from development research, policy and practice and feminist activists across the globe.

The journal publishes three issues a year on key themes.

A unique journal aiming to inspire and support development policy and practice, for social justice and gender equality.

A unique journal aiming to inspire and support development policy and practice, for women’s rights and gender equality.

 

A unique journal aiming to inspire and support development policy and practice, for social justice and gender equality.

 

Latest Issue

Latest Issue

Health
Volume 29, Issue 1, March 2021

Our health and well-being is determined by a variety of factors. Social and economic inequalities play out in the area of health leading to unequal health outcomes, something only too evident during the COVID-19 pandemic. Applying a gender lens helps us understand the way harmful gender norms help perpetuate ill-health and inequality.

The researchers, activists and practitioners who have contributed to this issue explore gender-differentiated experiences across a wide range of health contexts from around the world.

Their articles underscore the need for an intersectional feminist approach to be adopted to first recognise, and then tackle, the inequalities that prevent so many from enjoying the good health that we all have a right to.

Access the issue pageRead the issue blog

Migrants in a Global Economy
Volume 27, Issue 1, March 2019

This issue explores the diversity, scope and value of migrant women’s work, and challenges enduring misconceptions and myths about women migrant workers and the work they do. Feminist researchers and activists are challenging policymakers to shift their focus wider to see migration from an intersectional feminist perspective.

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Past Issues

For 25 years, Gender & Development has published a range of voices from development research, policy and practice and feminist activists across the globe.

The journal publishes three issues a year on key themes.

access all the issues since 1993

Past Issues

For 25 years, Gender & Development has published a range of voices from development research, policy and practice and feminist activists across the globe.

The journal publishes three issues a year on key themes.

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