gender

How to be a Gender-Reponsive Legislator

This handbook aims to provide legislators with basic information on GAD in the context of lawmaking. It answers questions that lawmakers may have on gender-responsive legislation. It discusses concepts such as gender, gender equality, GAD, and the role of legislature in gender mainstreaming. It presents mandates related to gender mainstreaming, as well as the Women’s Priority Legislative Agenda of the PCW.

Trends and Updates on the Submission, Review, and Endorsement of FY 2018-2019 Gender and Development (GAD) Plans and Budgets; and Acceptance of FY 2017-2018 Gender and Development (GAD) Accomplishment Reports

The Trends Report covers a three-year period – FYs 2016-2018 for the submission, review, and acceptance of GAD ARs; and FYs 2017-2019 for the submissions, review, and endorsement of GPBs. The data covers submitting agencies such as national government agencies (NGAs), state universities and college (SUCs), and government–owned and controlled corporations (GOCCs) with GAA support for fiscal years (FY) 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.

Perfect Little Feminists? Young girls in the US interpret gender, violence, and friendship in cartoons.

Britney, Beyoncé, and me – primary school girls’ role models and constructions of the ‘popular’ girl

The Making of Female President and Prime Ministers: The Impact of Birth Order, Sex of Siblings, and Father-Daughter Dynamics

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Citizenship beyond politics: the importance of political, civil and social rights and responsibilities among women and men

Writing, the Feminine and Organization

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Roepke Lecture in Economic Geography— The Lives of Others: Body Work, the Production of Difference, and Labor Geographies

Hysterical Blokes and the Other’s Jouissance

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Finding Science in Surprising Places: Gender and the Geography of Scientific Knowledge. Introduction to ‘Beyond the Academy: Histories of Gender and Knowledge’