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Jamie Hagen,
Queen’s University Belfast
This work considers how the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) agenda can better include LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender and queer) voices in gender, peace and security initiatives. Central to including lesbian, bisexual and transgender women in WPS is confronting heteronormativity and cisprivilege.
Allison Petrozziello,
Wilfrid Laurier University
This article discusses the ways babies born to migrant and refugee women are being excluded from birth registration and calls for rights defenders to recognize and resist these practices. It focuses on the Dominican Republic’s denial of birth certificates for people of Haitian descent, and an action-research project ai
Tazkia Tarannum,
Queen Mary, University of London
Understanding and emphasising on social determinants of healths and inequality is as important as focusing on biological or clinical causes of female adolescent malnutrition especially in lower middle income countries like Bangladesh which can have both undernutrition and overnutrition. Tackling malnutrition should be
Eileen Nchanji,
CGIAR
Even though men make most of the decisions in relation to access to land and productive technologies, the increasing role of international organisations, especially those who push for gender equality and policies, have provided an avenue for women to be able to access these resources in the non-traditional sense.
Erwin Bulte,
Wageningen University & Research
An experiment within an experiment. A randomised controlled trial determines whether women received training or not, both groups of women played lab games for real money, which were used to measure the extent to which they would hide income from their husbands.