Instituto de Estudios sobre Desarrollo y Cooperación Internacional

Nazioarteko Lankidetza eta Garapenari Buruzko Ikasketa Institutua

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Instituto de Estudios sobre Desarrollo y Cooperación Internacional

Nazioarteko Lankidetza eta Garapenari Buruzko Ikasketa Institutua

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ENVIO

37, Nº 430-431
  • El país en "modo apuesta"
  • Eliseo Núñez: qué debemos entender y hacer los liberales
  • Las contradictorias relaciones del FSLN con la religión
  • Un fraude electoral con sabor a golpe de Estado imperial
  • El sistema se resiste a cambiar
  • Las batallas de los lisiados de la guerra
  • Un fantasma recorre el planeta

POLITIQUE AFRICAINE

2017, Nº 147
La forge corporelle du politique
  • Derrière le sport et les pratiques ludomotrices. Subjetctivation et mobilisation para le corps en Afrique Subsharienne. Thomas Riot et Nicolas Bancel
  • Par le corps et pour l'État: l'ITORERO et les techniques réflexives du corps eu Rwanda. Molly Sundberg
  • Corps travaillés dans la lutte. Fabriquer des lutteurs de Lámb á Dakar. Francesco Fanali
  • Du "mess des officiers" à "Haleluya FC": politiquesdu corps, ivresse sportive et inflaxion de l'heritage nationaliste au Burundi. Dèsirè Manirakiza
  • Des corps connectès: les Ghana Young Pionners, tête de proue de la mondialisation du Nkrumahisme (1960-1966). Claire Nicolas
  • Un art guerrier aux frontièrs des Grand Lacs. Aux racines dansèes du Front Patriotique Rwandais. Thomas Riot, Nicolas Bancel et Paul Rutaysire
  • Les courtiers producteurs du dèveloppement agricole: tabaculture ed diffèrenciation sociale en zone rurale au Malawi. Paul Grassin

FOMENTO SOCIAL, Revista de

2017, Vol. 72/3-4, Nº 287-288
  • Efectos de la globalización sobre la distribución personal de la renta. Una aproximación teórica. Gabriel Pérez Alcalá
  • Desarrollo humano inclusivo y sostenible: objetivos, problemas, conceptos entornos y enfoques. Reflexiones para la construcción de políticas y aplicación de instrumentos. Francisco Amador Hidalgo
  • Desarrollo constitucional y globalización. _ Antonio J. Porras Nadales_
  • Claves para aprender a mirar. El lugar hermenéutico Mª Luz Ortega Carpio
  • La educación en la Agenda Internacional de Desarrollo Ana Hernández Román
  • S. I.: Capitalismo y mercado en el pensamiento de Francisco en sus cuatro primeros años de pontificado Ildefonso Camacho Laraña
  • La copa de champán: la desigualdad Guillermo Rodríguez–Izquierdo Gavala
  • Soberanía y subsidiariedad para un desarrollo humano integral José Mª Margenat Peralta S. I. y Eduardo Ibáñez Ruiz del Porta
  • “Marketing” y desarrollo: una cuestión ineludible Rafael Araque Padilla y Mª José Montero Simó
  • La crisis del proyecto de la Unión Europea. Esta vez es distinto _Pedro Caldentey del Pozo
  • De la Europa de los mercados a la Europa de las personas. La Carta de los Derechos Fundamentales de la Unión Europea Juan Ignacio Font Galán
  • Entre vieja barbarie y nueva civilización: ¿qué Europa después de Europa? José A. Pérez Tapias
  • La convergencia regional en la Unión Europea: un análisis para el periodo 1995–2007 Pilar Campoy–Muñoz
  • José Juan Romero como investigador social Adolfo Rodero Franganillo
  • Impacto de la crisis económica en la asignación y distribución de la ayuda oficial para el desarrollo para la cobertura de necesidades sociales básicas. Análisis de los principales donantes internacionales Yolanda Muñoz Ocaña, Mercedes Torres Jiménez y Mariano Carbonero Ruz
  • El oficio de reconciliar… a los que están en el camino Alberto Ares Mateos S. I.
  • ¿Tránsito seguro? Migrantes centroamericanos en México: una mirada desde Europa Cristina Manzanedo Negueruela
  • El desarrollo en Andalucía: la distribución de la renta, la pobreza y la desigualdad Mª del Carmen López Martín y Ricardo Molero Simarro
  • La cooperación universitaria para el desarrollo de ETEA: treinta años de cooperación con Centroamérica. Una propuesta entre las capacidades del ser humano y el modelo jesuita universitario y social Mª José Vázquez de Francisco
  • Influjo de José Juan Romero en el espíritu de la Fundación ETEA Lorenzo Estepa Mohedano, Francisco Rafael Santos Carrillo y Antonio Sianes Castaño
  • El arte flamenco, desde su origen hacia la internacionalización Salud Millán Lara, Juan Mª Arjona Fuentes y Genoveva Millán Vázquez de la Torre
  • Contribución de José Juan Romero a los estudios sobre desarrollo rural Eduardo Moyano Estrada
  • El sector agrario y el desarrollo de los territorios rurales en España Vicente González Cano, Pedro Pablo Pérez Hernández y José Manuel Martín Lozano
  • La investigación agraria en los años originarios de ETEA. El papel central del Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC) Antonio Rodero Franganillo, Evangelina Rodero Serrano y Evangelina Becerra Rodero
  • Ciclo adaptativo y cambio rural: el enfoque territorial en la gestión de la resiliencia rural Mateo Ambrosio–Albalá
  • La accesibilidad como instrumento para estimar la ruralidad: el caso de Andalucía Javier Rodero Cosano, Mª Luisa Rodero Cosano y Jesús de Miguel Lasarte López
  • El oleoturismo como factor de desarrollo en zonas rurales de Andalucía Luis Amador Hidalgo
  • La dehesa, un territorio añorado Augusto Gómez Cabrera
  • El fomento de la unión de ánimos, parte de la misión en una universidad jesuita José Mª Guibert Ucín S. I. - La función social de la universidad ante los retos y desafíos del siglo XXI:posibles aportaciones de las instituciones de inspiración ignaciana Julio Jiménez Escobar
  • La cultura como tarea radical de la universidad. Un tema orteguiano para homenajear a José Juan Romero
  • Misión compartida, peregrinando en fraternidad Araceli de los Ríos Berjillos, Mercedes Ruiz Lozano y Pilar Tirado Valencia
  • Reflexiones sobre la labor docente en un centro universitario de la Compañía de Jesús Francisco José Martínez Estudillo
  • Formando profesionales comprometidos con las diferencias María del Mar Ridaura López
  • Reflexiones sobre la gratuidad en el ámbito de las actividades universitarias Horacio D. Molina Sánchez y Jesús N. Ramírez Sobrino
  • Amistad como identidad (José Juan Romero) Sandra Racionero Plaza
  • La convergente misión educativa jesuita en SAFA y en ECCA Luis Espina Cepeda S. I.
  • Puentes entre el Servicio Jesuita a Migrantes y los centros jesuitas de educación superior para el diálogo interreligioso con el Islam Josep Buades Fuster S. I. y Gonzalo Villagrán Medina S. I.:
  • Pobreza, desigualdad, libertad José Javier Rodríguez Alcaide -
  • La libertad de empresa: el marco institucional y su contenido esencial Manuel Paniagua Zurera
  • Una reflexión sobre la misión de la empresa: perspectiva financiera versus “stakeholders” Manuel Cabanes Fuentes

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT JOURNAL

2018, Vol. 53, Nº 1
  • The transition movement as a politics and pedagogy in communities. _Callum McGregor and Jim Crowther.
  • Interfering politicians: the underbelly of a local community development within a South Africa context. Monique Marks and Kira Erwin
  • Participatory exclusion of women in natural resource management: silent voices from wetland communities in Bangladesh. _Mahed-UI-Islam Choudhury, C. Emdad Haque and Sanzidada Habib
  • Community participation for sustainable rural development: revisiting South Korean rural modernization of the 1970s. Yunjeong Yang
  • Love in community work in rural Timor-Leste: a co-operative inquiry for a participation framework of practice. Naomi Joy Godden
  • Measuring community resilience: developing and applying a 'hybrid evaluation' approach. Artur Steiner, Mike Woolvin and Sarah Skerratt
  • The 'business of community development' and the right to the city: reflections on the neoliberalization processes in urban community development. Julia Fursova
  • Impact of displacement on a livelihood: a case study of Odisha. _Neelman Jaysawal and Sudeshna Saha
  • Assessing the effect of corporate social responsabilty on community development in the Niger Delta: a corporate perspective. _Uwafiakun Idemudia and Nedo Osayande
  • A comparative analysis of the role of traditional and modern community development in Ogoniland, Nigeria. _Nwamaka Okeke-Ogbuafor, Tim Gray and Seline Marguerite Stead

TIEMPO DE PAZ

2017, Nº 127
Las migraciones y el desarrollo
  • Migraciones y desarrollo, una compleja vinculación. Manuel Lorenzo
  • Sobre migraciones y refugio: de los conceptos y de su marco normativo en el escenario internacional. Gemma Pinyol-Jimenez
  • Los acuerdos de la UE sobre migración, refugio y asilo. Santiago Mendioroz
  • Migraciones irregulares y desarrollo. Carmen Pérez González
  • ¿Derecho a movilidad o derecho a tener derechos? Felix Vasca Fernánez
  • El Fondo Fiduciario para África: ¿Una herramienta de desarrollo, seguridad o gestión de migraciones? Giulia da Ponte
  • La inconcebible respuesta ante el desafío de los movimientos humanos. Estrella Gálan y Núria Díaz
  • Obligaciones en materia de rescate en el mar y responsabilidad internacional. El caso de la playa de Tarajal. J. Daniel Oliva Martínez
  • Salvamento en el mar. Manuel Blanco
  • Securitización de las migraciones y la externalización de fronteras en España y la Unión Europea: es eficaz y lícito el modelo español? Ángel González Navas
  • La inclusión de jóvenes refugiados en Alemania. ¿Qué necesitan los jóvenes para establecer y hacer uso de su potencial? Irina Bohn y Alejandro Rada
  • La inmigración y su contribución a la sociedad civil española y el desarrollo. Joan Lacomba y Mourad Aboussi
  • Migraciones en Marruecos: estrategia para un proyecto social. Rachid Badouli
  • Entrevista. Cristina Álvarez Merino

REFUGEE STUDIES, Journal of

2018, Vol. 31, Nº 1
  • Beyond Labelling: Rethinking the Role and Value of the Refugee 'Label' through Semiotics. Giorgia Cole
  • Coming Out Under the Gun: Exploring the Psychological Dimensions of Seeking Refugee Status for LGBT Claimants in Canada. Sarille Khan and Edward J. Alessi
  • The Right to Belong (If You Can Afford It): Market-based Restrictions on Social Cizitenship in Refugee Resettlment? Breanne L. Grace, Stephanie J. Nawyn and Betty Okwako
  • A Moral Marriage: Humanitarian Values and Bhutanese Refugees. Alice M. Neikirk
  • Know the Neighbour: Residential Integration and Social Bridging among Refugee Settlers in Greater Brisbane. Aparna Hebbani, Val Colic-Peisker and Maired Mackinnon

VIENTO SUR. POR UNA IZQUIERDA ALTERNATIVA

2018, Nº 156
  • Chile: ¿Un parto en una funeraria? La formación del Frente Amplio. Luis Thielmann
  • Europa: Territorio, transportes y luchas locales en Notre-Dame-des-Landes y los Alpes. Kristin Ross
  • ¿Qué hacer con los cuidados?
  • Inventó Marx el socialismo? Michel Husson
  • Qué queria decir Gramsci y cómo se aplica en la actualidad? Gilbert Achar
  • Horizontes del colonialismo interno en Galiza. Javier de Pablo
  • De regreso a nosotros. Antonio Crespo Massieu
  • Cambio climático S.A. Juanjo Álvarez
  • Mujeres de Octubre. El Código Soviético de la Familia de 1918. Rebeca Moreno
  • La frontera como mètodo, o la multiplicación del trabajo. Begoña Zabala
  • Gamonal, la historia desde abajo. Victor Atobas

AMERICA LATINA HOY: REVISTA DE CIENCIAS SOCIALES

2017, Vol. 77

-Proximidad ideológica en las elecciones presidenciales en Costa Rica, El Salvador y Honduras. Juan Antonio Rodriguez Zepeda y Patricia Otero Felipe

  • La incidencia de las pandillas en los barrios salvadoreños y su efecto en la legitimidad política. Abby Córdova
  • Mujer costarricenses y multiculturalismo tardío: reforma de la Constitución de la República (blanca) de Costa Rica. Marianela Muñoz Muñoz
  • Una sensibilidad focalizada: opinión pública y politica exterior de Costa Rica hacia Nicaragua. _Adrian Pignataro y Carlos Humberto Cascante Segura.
  • Politica en las politicas de calidad de la educación en Centroamerica. Juan Muñoz Portillo
  • La movilidad de estudiantes en America Central: ¿en busca del hegemonic knowledge? Edorta Camino Esturo
  • "I can't get no satisfaction". Servicios públicos, democracia y clases medias en Amèrica Latina. Esther Güemes y Ludolfo Paramio
  • La contribución de la revista Vitral al fortalecimiento de la sociedad civil en Cuba. Delia Contreras García

PUEBLOS

2018, Nº 76
Tratados comerciales, ofensiva contra nuestra vidas
  • Claves para interpretar la nueva oleada de tratados y acuerdos de comercio e inversión Gonzalo Fernández-Ortiz de Zárate
  • Manual de instrucciones para leer un tratado Amaia Pérez Orozco
  • La Unión Europea, epicentro de la nueva oleada de tratados de comercio e inversión Tom Kucharz
  • Entrevista a Juan Hernández Zubizarreta: “Se está decidiendo quién es titular de derechos humanos y quién no” Andrea Gago Menor
  • Acuerdo UE-Mercosur, o el viejo proyecto neoliberal europeo para América Latina Gorka Martija
  • Acuerdo UE-México: fomento de inversiones que ignoran la violación sistemática de los derechos humanos por parte de las multinacionales Cecilia Olivet
  • La OMC, los tratados de comercio e inversión y sus consecuencias en la agricultura europea (Andoni García) El agua frente a la embestida de los nuevos tratados: ¿elemento de vida o recurso económico? Ruth Pérez Lázaro
  • Impactos sobre la clase trabajadora de los tratados de comercio e inversión Laura González de Txabarri
  • Sobre finanzas y acuerdos de comercio e inversión. Los capitales son mucho más libres que tú Yago Álvarez Barba
  • Impactos de la nueva oleada de acuerdos comerciales en los servicios públicos: Estado mínimo, mercado máximo Viviana Barreto
  • Regular a las empresas para defender los derechos humanos: un desafío global Erika González, Juan Hernández y Pedro Ramiro
  • “Ayuntamientos del cambio” frente al poder corporativo: límites y posibilidades Pedro Ramiro y Erika González
  • Euskal Herrian TTIP/CETA-ri ez! La experiencia vasca contra los tratados de comercio e inversión Gorka Martija y Marije Etxebarria
  • Feminismo contra el capitalismo: acumulado de las mujeres en lucha en América Latina _Tica Moreno-
  • La soberanía feminista: repensando las soberanías desde la vida Uzuri Aboitiz Hidalgo
  • Alternativas alimentarias para las mayorías Javier Guzmán

MUJERES DEL MUNDO = MUNDUKO EMAKUMEAK

2018, Nº 69
  • Apoyo desde los barrios
  • La sombra de Kafka
  • Prekarietate gorriari, kamiseta berdea eta borroka morea
  • Todos los derechos para todas las personas
  • Este padrón si que pica
  • Propuesta de reforma de la RGI
  • Sede de mujeres Antifascistas
  • Todas las homofobias son externas
  • Salarios de empleadas de hogar
  • El test de Brechdel
  • Cocinando la huelga feminista
  • Yo te creo
  • Poesía
  • Feministok garraren aurka
  • Sex o no ser
  • Mujeres refugiadas
  • Acuerpadas por Lolita
  • Taller en Marienea
  • Ágnes Varga
  • Mercado de las especias
  • Entrevista a Alejandra Muñoz
  • Taller de escritura
  • Receta y poesía
  • Reseñas
  • Direcciones útiles
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GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT

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Publicación de Oxfam Gran Bretaña, centrada en cuestiones internacionales de género y desarrollo. Examina las conexiones existentes entre las iniciativas sobre cooperación y género y las perspectivas feministas. Desde su creación, la revista se ha convertido en lectura obligatoria para profesionales de la gestión y del ámbito académico relacionados con la cooperación. En sus números hay cabida tanto para artículos como para estudios de caso, informes, conferencias y reseñas bibliográficas. En Hegoa puede consultarse desde 1997. Artículos aquí y acceso a la revista aquí.

Última entrega

  • Natural Resource Justice.Caroline Sweetman and Maria Ezpeleta
  • The effects of resource extraction on Inuit women and their families: evidence from Canada Elana Nightingale, Karina Czyzewski, Frank Tester and Nadi Aaruaq
  • Indigenous women's struggles to oppose state-sponsored deforestation in Chhattisgarh, India Sulakshana Nandi and Samir Garg
  • Indigenous women's anti-mining activism: a gendered analysis of the El Estor struggle in Guatemala Kalowatie Deonandan, Rebecca Tatham and Brennan Field
  • Extractives vs development sovereignty: building living consent rights for African women The WoMin Collective
  • Extractive industries as sites of supernormal profits an d supernormal patriarchy? Sarah Bradshaw, Brian Linneker and Lisa Overton
  • Lessons learnt from gender impact assessments of hydropower projects in Laow and Vietnam Christina Hill, Phan Thi Ngoc Thuy, Jacqueline Storey and Silavanh Vongphosy
  • Artisanal gold mining: both a woman's and a man's world. A Uganda case study Ivan Mpagi, Nalubega Flavia Ssamula, Beatrice Ongode, Sally Henderson and Harriet Gimbo Robinah
  • Integrating a gender perspective into transparency and accountability initiatives: three case studies Alice Powell
  • Going underground in South African platinum mines to explore women miners' experiences Asanda Benda
2017, Vol. 25, Nº 2
  • gender, water, sanitation and hygiene Louise Medland and Caroline Sweetman
  • No relief: lived experiences of inadequate sanitation access of poor urban women in India Seema Kulkarni, Kathleen O'Reilly and Sneha Bhat
  • Mainstreaming gender in the WASH sector: dilution or distillation? Julie Fisher, Sue Cavill and Brian Reed
  • Mainstreaming gender in WASH: lessons learned from Oxfam's experience of Ebola Simone E. Carter, Luisa Maria Dietrich and Olive Melissa Minor
  • Women's environmental health activism around waste and plastic pollution in the coastal wetlands of Yucatán Anne-Marie Hanson
  • Reframing women's empowerment in water security programmes in Western Nepal Stephanie Leder, Floriane Clement and Emma Karki
  • In troubled waters: water commodification, law, gender, and poverty in Bangalore Kaveri Thara
  • Domesticating water supplies through rainwater harvesting in Mumbai Cat Button
  • Transforming gender relations through water, sanitiation, and hygiene programming and monitoring in Vietnam Caitlin Leahy, Keren Winterford, Tuyen Nghiem, John Kelleher, Lee Leong and Juliet Willetts
  • Breaking the silence around menstruation': experiences of adolescent girls in an urban setting in India Shobhita Rajagopal and Kanchan Matur
2017, Vol. 25
  • Introduction: gender, development and fundamentalisms Caroline Sweetman
  • The devil is in the details: a feminist perspective on development, women's rights, and fundamentalisms. Ayesha Imam, Shareen Gokal and Isabel Marler
  • Can faith and freedom co-exist? When faith-based health providers and women's needs clash Jon O'Brien
  • Women on the frontline: can a network provide a platform for activists in the volatile MENA region? Dido Michielsen
  • Policymaking in a 'Christian nation': women's and LGBT rights in The Bahamas' 2016 referendum Alicia Wallace
  • Desecularisation and the 'faith agenda' in an era of austerity: their impact on women's and girl's rights in the UK Sukhwant Dhaliwal and Pragna Patel
  • Engaging women in countering violent extremism: avoiding instrumentalisation and furthering agency Sophie Giscard d'Estaing
2016, Vol. 24, Nº 3
  • Working on Gender Equality in Fragile Contexts. Caroline Sweetman and Jo Rowlands
  • How can donors improve their support to gender equality in fragile settings? Findings from OECD research. Diana Koester, Emily Esplen, Karen Barnes Robinson, Clare Castillejo and Tam O'Neil
  • Refugees and 'host' communities' facing gender-based violence: developing an area-based approach to gender-based violence around Mbera Camp, Mauritania Olga Martín González
  • The reintegration of former combatants in Colombia: addressing violent masculinities in a fragile context Isabella Flisi
  • Supporting women's movements in Afghanistan: challenges of activism in a fragile context Bele Grau
  • Researching livelihoods recovery and support for vulnerable conflict-affected women in Iraq Rachel Sider and Corrie Sissons
  • The impact of war on Somali men: feminist analysis of masculinities and gender relations in a fragile context Judy El-Bushra and Judith Gardner
  • How women's silence secures the peace: analysing sexual and gender-based violence in a low-intensity conflict Sara E. Davies, Jacqui True and Maria Tanyag
  • 'Empowerment' of adolescent girls and young women in Kinshasa: research about girls, by girls Lyndsay McLean and Anny T. Modi
  • Employment, masculinities, and domestic violence in 'fragile' contexts: Pakistani women in Pakistan and the UK Punita Chowbey
2016, Vol. 24, Nº 2
  • Development and Violence Against Women and Girls. Christine Hughes, Caroline Marrs and Caroline.Sweetma
  • High risk feminism in El Salvador: women's mobilisation in violent times.Julia Zulver
  • Grassroots responses to violence against women and girls in post-earthquake Nepal: lessons from the field Kay Standing, Sara Parker and Sapana Bista
  • Faith paths to overcome violence against women and girls in Brazil Sarah de Roure and Chiara Capraro
  • 'Two months of marriage were enough to turn my life upside down.' Early marriage as a form of gender-based violence Souad Belhorma
  • Shifting negative social norms rooted in unequal gender and power relationships to prevent violence against women and girls Laura Haylock, Rukia Cornelius, Anthony Malunga and Kwezilomso Mbandazayo
  • Building capacity for a disability-inclusive response to violence against women and girls: experiences from the W-DARE project in the Philippines . Cathy Vaughan, Alexandra Devine, Raquel Ignacio, Wanet Lacsamana, M. Jesusa Marco, Jerome Zayas and Carolyn Sobritchea
  • The Communities Care Program: changing social norms to end violence against women and girls in conflict-affected communities Sophie Read-Hamilton and Mendy Marsh
  • Feminist mobilisation for policy change on violence against women: insights from Asia Paola Cagna and Nitya Rao
  • Unintended complicities: preventing violence against women in South Africa Lisa Vetten
2016, Vol. 24, Nº 1
  • Gender and the Sustainable Development Goals Valeria Esquivel and Caroline Sweetman
  • Power and the Sustainable Development Goals: a feminist analysis. Valeria Esqivel
  • The 2030 Agenda: challenges of implementation to attain gender equality and women's right. Shahra Razavi
  • From the Millennium Development Goals to the Sustainable Development Goals: shifts in purpose, concept, and politics of global goal setting for development. Sakiko Fukuda-Parr
  • Tapping the Sustainable Development Goals for progressive gender equity and equality policy? Gabriele Koehler
  • Leaving no-one behind: can the Sustainable Development Goals succeed where the Millennium Goals lacked? Elizabeth Stuart and Jessica Woodroffe
  • Agenda 2030: A bold enough framework towards sustainable, gender-just development? Nicole Bidegain Ponte and Corina Rodgríguez Enríquez
  • Women's movements engagement in the SDGs: lessons learned from the Women's Major Group Sascha Gabizon
  • Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals: gender equality at last? Daniela Rosche
  • Gender, security, and governance: the case of Sustainable Development Goal 16 Anne Marie Goetz and Rob Jenkins
2015, Vol. 23, Nº 3
  • Gender and Resilience Ines Smyth and Caroline Sweetman
  • Eventually the mine will come': women anti-mining activists' everyday resilience in opposing resource extraction in the Andes Katy Jenkins and Genys Rondón
  • Women rebuilding lives post-disaster: innovative community practices for building resilience and promoting sustainable development .Julie Drolet, Lena Dominelli, Margaret Alston, Robin Ersing, Golam Mathbor and Haorui Wu
  • Building aid workers; resilience: why a gendered approach is needed Alice Gritti
  • Reinvigorating resilience: violence against women, land rights, and the women's peace movement in Myanmar Hilary Faxon, Roisin Furlong and May Sabe Phyu
  • What if gender became an esential, standard element of Vulnerability Assessments? Daniel Morchain, Giorgia Prati, Frances Kelsey and Lauren Ravon
  • Looking within the household: a study on gender, food security, and resilience in cocoa-growing communities Elizabeth Kiewisch
  • Gender equality, resilience to climate change, and the design of livestock projects for rural livelihoods Nicola J.C. Chanamuto and Stephen J.G. Hall
2015, Vol. 23, Nº 2
  • Gender and Inequalities Naila Kabeer and Caroline Sweetman
  • Gender, poverty and inequality: a brief history of feminist contributions in the field of international development Naila Kabeer
  • Gendering the inequality debate Diane Perrons
  • Gender inequality and inter-household economic inequality in emerging economies: exploring the relationship Daria Ukhova
  • ‘Leave no one behind’ and the challenge of intersectionality: Christian Aid's experience of working with single and Dalit women in India. Jayshree P. Mangubhai and Chiara Capraro
  • Women's economic inequality and domestic violence: exploring the links and empowering women Christine Hughes, Mara Bolis, Rebecca Fries and Stephanie Finigan
  • The food insecurity - obesity paradox as a vicious cycle for women: inequalities and health Andrea S. Papan and Barbara Clow
  • Measuring the drivers of gender inequality and their impact on development: the role of discriminatory social institutions Gaëlle Ferrant and Keiko Nowacka
  • Addressing multiple dimensions of gender inequality: the experience of the BRAC Gender Quality Action Learning (GQAL) programme in Bangladesh Sheepa Hafiz, Mohammed Kamruzzaman and Hasne Ara Begum
  • Bridging inequalities through inclusion: womens' rights organisations as the 'missing link; in donor-led participatory policy development and practice Abigail Hunt, Hannah Bond and Ruth Ojiambo Ochieng
2015, Vol. 23, Nº 1
  • Working on gender equality in urban areas.Alan Brouder and Caroline Sweetman
  • Campaigning to save market women's livelihoods in Hanoi: experience from HealthBridge. Kristie Daniel, Debra Efroymson, Tran Thi KieuThanh Ha, Dinh Dang Hai and Sian Fitzgerald
  • Safe Cities programming and campaigning in the ActionAid Federation. Christy Abraham, Daphne Jayasinghe, Rachel Noble and Kasia Staszewska
  • SafetiPin: an innovative mobile app to collect data on women's safety in Indian cities. Kalpana Viswanath and Ashish Basu
  • Community mentors as coaches: transforming gender norms through cricket among adolescent males in urban India. Madhumita Das, Ravi Verma, Sancheeta Ghosh, Samantha Ciaravino, Kelley Jones, Brian O'Connor and Elizabeth Miller
  • Working with legal pluralism: widowhood, property inheritance, and poverty alleviation in urban Senegal Ruth Evans
  • Grassroots women's accountability mechanisms: strengthening urban governance through organising and partnerships Rachael Wyant and Katarina Spasić
  • Planning from below: using feminist participatory methods to increase women's participation in urban planning Sara Ortiz Escalante and Blanca Gutiérrez Valdivia. -ActionAid's Young Urban Women programme in urban India: taking an intersectional approach to decent work, unpaid care, and sexual and reproductive health and rights Baishali Chatterjee
2014, Vol. 22, Nº 3
  • What is a transformative approach to care, and why do we need it?.Valeria Esquivel
  • Public policies on water provision and early childhood education and care (ECEC): do they reduce and redistribute unpaid work?. Magdalena Sepúlveda Carmona and Kate Donald
  • Policy advocacy for women's unpaid care work: comparing approaches and strategies in Nepal and Nigeria. Deepta Chopra, Patience Ekeoba, Zahrah Nesbitt-Ahmed, Rachel Moussié and Mona Sherpa
  • Not ‘women's burden’: how washing clothes and grinding corn became issues of social justice and development. Thalia Kidder, Zahria Mapandi and Hector Ortega
  • Transforming gender roles in domestic and caregiving work: preliminary findings from engaging fathers in maternal, newborn, and child health in Rwanda. Kate Doyle, Jane Kato-Wallace, Shamsi Kazimbaya and Gary Barker
  • Valuing unpaid labour in community Fair Trade products: a Nicaraguan case study from The Body Shop International. Felicity Butler
  • Caring for people with intellectual disabilities in poor rural communities in Cambodia: experience from ADD International. Sylvie Cordier
2014, Vol. 22, Nº 2
  • Introduction to Gender, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning. Kimberly Bowman , Caroline Sweetman
  • Building capacity to measure long-term impact on women's empowerment: CARE's Women's. Nidal Karim, Mary Picard, Sarah Gillingham & Leah Berkowitz
  • A review of approaches and methods to measure economic empowerment of women and girls. Paola Pereznieto & Georgia Taylor
  • Still learning: a critical reflection on three years of measuring women's empowerment in Oxfam. David Bishop & Kimberly Bowman
  • Reflections on Womankind Worldwide's experiences of tackling common challenges in monitoring and evaluating women's rights programming. Helen Lindley
  • Capturing changes in women's lives: the experiences of Oxfam Canada in applying feminist evaluation principles to monitoring and evaluation practice. Carol Miller & Laura Haylock
  • A survivor behind every number: using programme data on violence against women and girls in the Democratic Republic of Congo to influence policy and practice._ Marie-France Guimond_ & Katie Robinette
  • Learning about women's empowerment in the context of development projects: do the figures tell us enough? Jane Carter, Sarah Byrne, Kai Schrader, Humayun Kabir, Zenebe Bashaw Uraguchi, Bhanu Pandit, Badri Manandhar, Merita Barileva, Norbert Pijls & Pascal Fendrich
  • Using the Social Relations Approach to capture complexity in women's empowerment: using gender analysis in the Fish on Farms project in Cambodia. Emily Hillenbrand, Pardis Lakzadeh, Ly Sokhoin, Zaman Talukder, Timothy Green & Judy McLean
2014, Vol. 22, Nº 1
  • Adolescent girls' experiences of violence in school in Sierra Leone and the challenges to sustainable change. Anita Reilly
  • Rebirth, empowerment and youth leading social change: non-formal education in Honduras. Amanda Moll and Lotte Renault
  • Writing gender in: reflections on writing middle-school political science textbooks in India. Dipta Bhog and Malini Ghose
  • She called, she Googled, she knew: girls' secondary education, interrupted school attendance, and educational use of mobile phones in Nairobi. Ronda Zelezny-Green
  • Co-education and the erosion of gender stereotypes in the Zambian Copperbelt Alice Evans
  • 'My grandfather broke all traditional norms by sending both his daughters to school': lessons from 'inspirational' women in Nepal. Sara Parker, Kay Standing and B.K. Shrestha
  • Communities in Conversation: opportunities for women and girls' self-empowerment Annamagriet de Wet and Glynis Parker
  • Lessons, challenges and successes while working on the 'Triange' of education, gender and sexual and reproductive health. Olloriak Sawade
  • In(Equality) and action: the role of women's training initiatives in promoting women's leadership opportunities in Myanmar. Elizabeth Maber
2013, Vol. 21, Nº 3
Conflict and violence
  • Introduction to Conflict and Violence. Caroline Green & Caroline Sweetman
  • War and security, women and gender: an overview of the issues. Cynthia Cockburn
  • From the private to the public sphere: new research on women's participation in peace-building. Zohra Moosa, Maryam Rahmani & Lee Webster
  • Girl soldiers: towards a gendered understanding of wartime recruitment, participation, and demobilisation. Myriam Denov & Alexandra Ricard-Guay
  • ‘When does the end begin?’ Addressing gender-based violence in post-conflict societies: case studies from Zimbabwe and El Salvador. Alivelu Ramisetty & Muthoni Muriu
  • From spoils to weapons: framing wartime sexual violence. Kerry F. Crawford
  • Political transition and sexual and gender-based violence in South Africa, Kenya, and Zimbabwe: a comparative analysis. Kylie Thomas, Masheti Masinjila & Eunice Bere
  • Gender, conflict, and peace-building: how conflict can catalyse positive change for women. Julie Arostegui
  • Gender-based violence and the Arms Trade Treaty: reflections from a campaigning and legal perspective. Caroline Green, Deepayan Basu Ray, Claire Mortimer & Kate Stone
  • Resources. Liz Cooke
2013, Vol. 21, Nº 2
Feminist solidarity and collective action
  • Introduction, Feminist Solidarity and Collective Action. Caroline Sweetman
  • Feminist mobilisation and progressive policy change: why governments take action to combat violence against women. S. Laurel Weldon & Mala Htun
  • Organising women workers in the informal economy. Naila Kabeer, Kirsty Milward & Ratna Sudarshan
  • ‘Pink transportation’ in Mexico City: reclaiming urban space through collective action against gender-based violence. Amy Dunckel-Graglia
  • Why gender matters in activism: feminism and social justice movements. Manjima Bhattacharjya, Jenny Birchall, Pamela Caro, David Kelleher & Vinita Sahasranaman
  • Women's collective action in African agricultural markets: the limits of current development practice for rural women's empowerment. Sally Baden
  • The importance of being connected: urban poor women's experience of self-help discourse in Cambodia. Kristy Ward & Vichhra Mouyly
  • Taking feminist activism online: reflections on the ‘Keep Saartjie Baartman Centre Open’ e-campaign. Selina Mudavanhu & Jennifer Radloff
  • More than 13 million: mass mobilisation and gender politics in the Vietnam Women's Union. Gabi Waibel & Sarah Glück
  • Feminist solidarity: no boys allowed? Views of pro-feminist men on collaboration and alliance-building with women's movements. Kate Bojin
2013, Vol. 21, Nº 1
Working with men on gender equality
  • Introduction: Working with men on gender equality. Caroline Sweetman
  • ‘I can do women's work’: reflections on engaging men as allies in women's economic empowerment in Rwanda. Henny Slegh, Gary Barker, Augustin Kimonyo, Prudence Ndolimana & Matt Bannerman
  • Promoting male involvement in family planning in Vietnam and India: HealthBridge experience. Lisa MacDonald, Lori Jones, Phaeba Thomas, Le Thi Thu, Sian FitzGerald & Debra Efroymson
  • ‘Before the war, I was a man’: men and masculinities in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Desiree Lwambo
  • Sympathetic advocates: male parliamentarians sharing responsibility for gender equality. Sonia Palmieri
  • ‘Because I am a man, I should be gentle to my wife and my children’: positive masculinity to stop gender-based violence in a coastal district in Vietnam. Tu-Anh Hoang, Trang Thu Quach & Tam Thanh Tran
  • Domestic violence prevention through the Constructing Violence-free Masculinities programme: an experience from Peru. Rhoda Mitchell
  • ‘One Man Can’: shifts in fatherhood beliefs and parenting practices following a gender-transformative programme in Eastern Cape, South Africa. Wessel van den Berg, Lynn Hendricks, Abigail Hatcher, Dean Peacock, Patrick Godana & Shari Dworkin
  • Whose turn to do the dishes? Transforming gender attitudes and behaviours among very young adolescents in Nepal. Rebecka Lundgren, Miranda Beckman, Surendra Prasad Chaurasiya, Bhawna Subhedi & Brad Kerner
  • Where the boys are: engaging young adolescent boys in support of girls' education and leadership. Stephanie Baric
  • Men's involvement in gender equality – European perspectives. Sandy Ruxton & Nikki van der Gaag
2012, Vol. 20, Nº 3
Beyond Gender Mainstreaming
  • Gender mainstreaming: recognising and building on progress. Views from the UK Gender and Development Network. Helen Derbyshire
  • ‘It's just been such a horrible experience’. Perceptions of gender mainstreaming by practitioners in South African organisations. Jenevieve Mannell
  • Mainstreaming women's safety in cities into gender-based policy and programmes. Caroline Moser
  • Looking through an equity and inclusion lens in Tanzania: the experience of WaterAid. Joyce Ndesamburo, Erin Flynn & Samantha French -The micro-politics of gender mainstreaming: the administration of policy in humanitarian work in Cambodia. Franz F. Wong
  • From the bottom up: lessons about gender mainstreaming in the Andes from Digni's Women Empowerment and Gender Equality (WEGE) programme. Heidi Holt Zachariassen
  • Substantive gender mainstreaming and the missing middle: a view from Dutch development agencies. Anouka van Eerdewijk & Ireen Dubel
  • ‘… the donor community, they are not sensitised about these kind of gender things’: incorporating ‘gender’ into the work of a Ghanaian NGO. Hannah Warren
  • Fixing women or fixing the world? ‘Smart economics’, efficiency approaches, and gender equality in development. Sylvia Chant & Caroline Sweetman
  • ‘Measuring the unmeasurable’: gender mainstreaming and cultural change. Jeanette Kloosterman, Esther Benning & Rex Fyles
  • The elephant in the room and the dragons at the gate: strategising for gender equality in the 21st century. Joanne Sandler & Aruna Rao
  • Intersectional mainstreaming and Sightsavers' Lady Health Workers Programme in Pakistan. Clara Fischer
  • Mainstreaming from Beijing to Ghana – the role of the women's movement in Ghana. Diana Højlund Madsen
  • Better than the sum of our parts? Reflections on gender mainstreaming in a confederation. Shawna Wakefield
2012, Vol. 20, Nº 2
Post-disaster Humanitarian Work
  • Introduction: post-disaster humanitarian work. Joanna Hoare, Ines Smyth & Caroline Sweetman
  • Using sex and age disaggregated data to improve humanitarian response in emergencies. Prisca Benelli, Dyan Mazurana & Peter Walker
  • Improving the effectiveness of humanitarian action: progress in implementing the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) Gender Marker. Siobhán Foran, Aisling Swaine & Kate Burns
  • Gender and building homes in disaster in Sindh, Pakistan. Shaheen Ashraf Shah
  • Women and the 2011 East Japan Disaster. Fumie Saito
  • Helping international non-government organisations (INGOs) to include a focus on gender-based violence during the emergency phase: lessons learned from Haiti 2010–2011. Sarah Jeanne Davoren
  • After the earthquake: gender inequality and transformation in post-disaster Haiti. _ Lynn Horton_
  • Women's empowerment for disaster risk reduction and emergency response in Nepal. Rajesh Dhungel & Ram Nath Ojha
  • Looking beyond gender in humanitarian interventions: a study of a drought-stricken region of Kenya. Wilson O. Ndenyele & Fathima Azmiya Badurdeen
  • The warias of Indonesia in disaster risk reduction: the case of the 2010 Mt Merapi eruption in Indonesia. Benigno Balgos, J.C. Gaillard & Kristinne Sanz
  • Resources. Liz Cooke
  • Views, events, and debates. Irene Tinker, Pooja Kishnani, Ines Smyth & Liz Cooke
2012, Vol. 20, Nº 1
  • Women producers and the benefits of collective forms of enterprise. Elaine Jones, Sally Smith and Carol Wills
  • Shampoo, saris and SIM cards: seeking entrepreneurial futures at the bottom of the pyramid. Catherine Dolan, Mary Johnstone-Louis and Linda Scott
  • Workers’ rights and corporate accountability – the move towards practical, worker-driven change for sportswear workers in Indonesia. Daisy Gardener
  • Women's entrepreneurship development initiatives in Lebanon: micro-achievements and macro-gaps. Nabil Abdo and Carole Kerbage
  • The Markets for Afghan Artisans approach to women's economic empowerment. Kerry Jane Wilson, Barbara Everdene and Floortje Klijn
  • ‘Show the world to women and they can do it’: Southern Fair Trade Enterprises as agents of empowerment. Ann Le Mare
  • Fair Trade and organic certification in value chains: lessons from a gender analysis from coffee exporting in Uganda. Deborah Kasente
  • Beyond participation: making enterprise development really work for women. Sally King, Hugo Sintes and Maria Alemu
  • Expanding women's role in Africa's modern off-grid lighting market: enhancing profitability and improving lives. Carmen Niethammer and Peter Alstone
2011, Vol. 19, Nº 3
  • Introduction to Citizenship. Caroline Sweetman, Jo Rowlands & Lina Abou-Habib
  • Preventing the gendered reproduction of citizenship: the role of social movements in South Africa. Meghan Cooper
  • Women's agency and citizenship across transnational identities: a case study of the Bangladeshi diaspora in the UK. Fatema Jahan
  • Supporting the collective power of Bolivian women to attain citizenship rights: the Raising Her Voice project. Soledad Muñiz & Hannah Beardon
  • Gender and fragile citizenship in Uganda: the case of Acholi women. Marjoke Oosterom
  • Citizenship rights and women's roles in development in post-conflict Nepal. Bijan Pant & Kay Standing
  • Locating young women in a plethora of issues: reflections from the tenth Young Women Leader's Conference 2010. Melanie Reyes & Anamaine Asinas
  • The ‘right to have rights’: active citizenship and gendered social entitlements in Egypt, Lebanon and Palestine. Lina Abou-Habib
  • What are the opportunities to promote gender equity and equality in conflict-affected and fragile states? Insights from a review of evidence. Helen O'Connell
2011, Vol. 19, Nº 2
  • Transformative social protection programming for children and their carers: a gender perspective. Rachel Sabates-Wheeler y Keetie Roelen
  • Cash transfers, gender equity and women's empowerment in Peru, Ecuador and Bolivia. Maxine Molyneux y Marilyn Thomson
  • ‘It was as if we were drowning’: shocks, stresses and safety nets in India. Karishma Huda y Sandeep Kaur
  • It buys food but does it change gender relations? Child Support Grants in Soweto, South Africa. Leila Patel y Tessa Hochfeld
  • Leaders, not clients: grassroots women's groups transforming social protection. Becca Asaki y Shannon Hayes
  • Addressing gendered risks and vulnerabilities through social protection: examples of good practice from Bangladesh, Ethiopia, and Peru. Rebecca Holmes, Nicola Jones,Fouzia Mannan, Rosana Vargas, Yisak Tafere y Tassew Woldehanna
  • Putting gender equality at the heart of social protection: lessons from Oxfam GB's experience with safety net programming. Nupur Kukrety y Sumananjali Mohanty
  • Towards transformative social protection: a gendered analysis of the Employment Guarantee Act of India (MGNREGA). Sony Pellissery y Sumit Kumar Jalan
2011, Vol. 19, Nº 1
  • Remittances and transnational families in Italy and The Philippines: Breaking the global care chain.
  • Climate change and migration: a case study from rural Bangladesh.
  • Feminised financial flows: How gender affects remittances in Honduran-US transnational families.
  • The impact of remittances on gender roles and opportunities for children in recipient families: research from the International Organization for Migration.
  • Constructing "modern gendered civilised" women and men: Gender-mainstreaming in refugee camps.
  • Protecting migrant domestic workers in the UK.
  • Who cares? HIV-related sickness, urban-rural linkages, and the gendered role of care in return migration in South Africa.
  • The influence of male migration on female resources, independence, and development in Gambian villages.
2010, Vol. 18, Nº 3
  • Challenging gender inequality in farmer's organizations in Nicaragua.
  • Agricultural livelihoods and nutrition - exploring the links with women in Zambia.
  • Transforming gender in homestead food production.
  • Maize diversity and gender: research from Mexico.
  • The nutrition transition: a gender perspective with reference to Brazil.
  • Gender, large-scale development, and food insecurity in Lesotho: an analysis of the impact of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project.
  • Women trading in food across the Zimbabwe-South Africa border: experiences and strategies.
  • Gender inequality, mothers' health, and unequal distribution of food: experiences from a CARE project in India.
  • Food price hikes, food security, and gender equality: assessing the roles and vulnerability of women in households of Bangladesh and Ethiopia.
  • New agribusiness investments mean wholesale sell-out for women farmers. 'Fat egg's': gender and fertility as important factors in HIV/AIDS prevention in Botswana.
2010, Vol. 18, Nº 2
  • The global economic crisis, its gender and etnic implications, and policy responses.
  • Gender and the global economic crisis in development countries: a framework for analysis. DIANE ELSON
  • Critical times: gendered implications of the economic crisis for migrant workers from Burma.
  • Feminised recession: impact of the global financial crisis on women garment workers in the Philippines.
  • Securing the fruits of their labours: the effect of the crisis on women farm workers in Peru's Ica valley.
  • Cheap and siposable? The impact of the global economic crisis on the migration of Ethiopian women domestic workers to the Gulf.
  • Crisis, care and childhood: the impact of economic crisis on care work in poor households in the developing world.
2010, Vol. 18, Nº 1
  • Gender and community mobilisation for urban water infraestructure investment in southern Nigeria.
  • "Good" water governance and gender equity: a troubled relationship.
  • Sustainable development, water resources management and women's empowerment: the Wanaraniya Water Project in Sri Lanka.
  • Unequal burden: water privatisation and women's human rights in Tanzania.
  • After the summit: women's access to water and policymaking in Brazil. *Oxfam experience of providing screened toilet, bathing and menstruation units in its earthquake response in Pakistan.
  • Can water proffesionals meet gender goals? A case study of the Department of Irrigation in Nepal.
  • Menstrual hygiene in South Asia: a neglected issue for WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) programmes.