We’re looking for five future themes for issues from July 2020 – July 2021. To get you thinking about what you’d like to see us publish…
First, the journal has a proud history of publishing on themes which are current or emerging ‘hot topics’ for feminists working inside – and parallel to! – international development and humanitarianism – what do you think these hot emerging topics are right now?
A second set of themes are critical, ‘core’ concerns for development and humanitarian work, from a feminist perspective. Some of them we’ll have covered in the past, but now see the need to return to. What do you think these are currently? See our past themes listed here to show what’s been covered recently.
Right now we’re seeking to inspire new directions and honesty about the development sector. Please send your ideas in to Caroline, G&D’s Editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org, deadline: Tuesday 7th May. We’ll post again about themes that emerge, and to announce our selection.
Picture credit: 11 March 2013. El Fasher: A woman enjoys the music played at the celebration organized by UNAMID to commemorate the International Women’s Day in El Fasher, North Darfur. With the slogan “Together to promote the dignity of Women and Girls”, the event was organized in coordination with UNHCR, UNFPA, UNDP, UNICEF, UNWomen and the Government of Sudan. Photo by Albert González Farran, UNAMID