Mainstreaming Gender in Development
This volume offers a critical review of gender mainstreaming and aims to be enabling and practical, offering ways to help identify solutions and move past dilemmas into action. Articles discuss how gender mainstreaming has been understood in different organisations; provide examples of good work, which supports the empowerment of women; and look beyond gender mainstreaming to what new possibilities exist for transformation.
|Fenella Porter and Caroline Sweetman|
|Gender mainstreaming since Beijing: a review of success and limitations in international institutions|
|Caroline Moser and Annalise Moser|
|Gender mainstreaming or just more male-streaming? Experiences of popular participation in Bolivia|
|Freedom for women: mainstreaming gender in the South African liberation struggle and beyond|
|Gender mainstreaming in government offices in Thailand, Cambodia, and Laos: perspectives from below|
|Is there life after gender mainstreaming?|
|Aruna Rao and David Kelleher|
|Re-thinking gender mainstreaming in African NGOs and communities|
|Senorina Wendoh and Tina Wallace|
|Strategic gender mainstreaming in Oxfam GB|
|NGOs, gender mainstreaming, and urban poor communities in Mumbai|
|Compiled by Kanika Lang|
Fenella Porter Fenella Porter lectures in development at Birkbeck College, University of London. She has been an activist and researcher on development and gender, with NGOs and women’s organizations in Africa and the UK.
Caroline Sweetman was previously Editor of the international journal Gender & Development.
Mainstreaming disaster risk management into management education: case of the Mona School of Business & Management
(2016) P.177https://doi.org/10.17230/ad-minister.28.9 [Citations: 3]
Do local needs matter?: the relevance of women’s NGOs in sub-Saharan Africa
Jasor, Océane M.
Gender, Place & Culture, Vol. 23 (2016), Iss. 5 P.694https://doi.org/10.1080/0966369X.2015.1058757 [Citations: 5]
The Palgrave Handbook of Intersectionality in Public Policy
How Intersectionality-Based Approaches to International Development Illuminate the Plight of Palestine Refugees
Burnett, Charla M.
2019https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-98473-5_25 [Citations: 0]
Women and WASH in Nepal: a scoping review of existing literature
Gautam, Madhu Sudan
Water International, Vol. 45 (2020), Iss. 3 P.222https://doi.org/10.1080/02508060.2020.1754564 [Citations: 5]
The Palgrave Handbook of Gender and Development
Mainstream(ing) Has Never Run Clean, Perhaps Never Can: Gender in the Main/Stream of Development
de Jong, Sara
2016https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-137-38273-3_7 [Citations: 9]
Normalizing Masculinities in Water Bureaucracy in Thailand
International Journal of Public Administration, Vol. 35 (2012), Iss. 9 P.577https://doi.org/10.1080/01900692.2012.661177 [Citations: 9]
Feminisms, Women's Rights, and the UN: Would Achieving Gender Equality Empower Women?
ARAT, ZEHRA F. KABASAKAL
American Political Science Review, Vol. 109 (2015), Iss. 4 P.674https://doi.org/10.1017/S0003055415000386 [Citations: 28]
Intersectionality at Work: South Asian Muslim Women’s Experiences of Employment and Leadership in the United Kingdom
Sex Roles, Vol. 77 (2017), Iss. 7-8 P.510https://doi.org/10.1007/s11199-017-0741-3 [Citations: 35]
Gender-Sensitive Approaches to Extension Programme Design
Sulaiman V, Rasheed
The Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension, Vol. 19 (2013), Iss. 5 P.469https://doi.org/10.1080/1389224X.2013.817345 [Citations: 9]
Expertes en genre et connaissances féministes sur le développement
Beyond depoliticisation: the multiple politics of gender expertise
2017https://doi.org/10.4000/books.iheid.7175 [Citations: 2]
Mainstreaming Gender and Climate Change to Achieve a Just Transition to a Climate‐Neutral Europe
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol. 58 (2020), Iss. S1 P.173https://doi.org/10.1111/jcms.13082 [Citations: 6]
Can we turn the tide? Confronting gender inequality in climate policy
Ilham, Jasmin Irisha Jim
Gender & Development, Vol. 28 (2020), Iss. 3 P.571https://doi.org/10.1080/13552074.2020.1836817 [Citations: 9]
World Population Policies
Future Prospects for Population Policies
May, John F.
2012https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-007-2837-0_9 [Citations: 1]