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Gender Justice and the Politics of Sexual Harassment in Cairo
Hala Nasr
Unpaid Care Work Inequality and Women’s Employment Outcomes in Senegal
Racky Balde
Women’s Transformational Leadership in Bangladesh: Potentials and Challenges
Nazmunnessa Mahtab
Financing for Gender-Responsive Peacebuilding: Setting Financial Targets as a Tool for Increasing Women’s Participation in Post-Conflict Recovery
Sarah Douglas and Cécile Mazzacurati
Popular Songs of Antonio Vanegas Arroyo: Emotionology of Love in Mexico 1880–1911
Oliva López Sánchez and Edith Flores Pérez
Learning from Women for Women
Tahera Aftab
Post-What? Global Advocacy and Its Disconnects: The Cairo Legacy and the Post-2015 Agenda
Rishita Nandagiri
Neoliberal Capitalism: An Ally for Women? Materialist and Imbricationist Feminist Perspectives
Jules Falquet
Concluding Thoughts: Connecting Women’s Struggles. Reorganizing Social Reproduction, Democratizing Solidarity Economy, Reframing Value
Isabelle Guérin, Isabelle Hillenkamp and Christine Verschuur
Gender and Sustainable Livelihoods in Urban Honiara
Anita Lacey
Women, Politics and Patriarchy: A Case of Bangladesh
Mahmuda Islam
Quechua Women: Agency in the Testimonies of the CVR—Peru Public Hearings
Sofía Macher
Care (Un)skilled: Fragmented Markets and Nursing Labour, Contemporary Kolkata
Panchali Ray
Surviving Domestic and Intimate Partner Violence
Sherna J. A. Alexander Benjamin
When Women Go to the City: African Women’s Rural-Urban Migration and the Sustainable Development Goals
Lynda Pickbourn
Beyond Investing in Women and Girls: Why Sustainable Long-Term Support to Women’s Rights Organizations and Movements is Key to Achieving Women’s Rights and Gender Equality
Angelika Arutyunova
Where Are the Men? Reflections on Manhood, Masculinities and Gender Justice
Jan Reynders
Margaret Alston
Afterword: The Cross-Fertilization Between Feminism and the Solidarity Economy
Jean-Louis Laville
Emotional Education: Creating a Modern Child–Adult Relationship in Colombia
Zandra Pedraza
My Life Before and After Women’s Studies
Kwon Insook
Neoliberalism and the Global Economic Crisis: a View from Feminist Economics
Lourdes Benería
The Effects of Indigenous Patriarchal Systems on Women’s Participation in Public Decision-Making in Conflict Settings: The Case of Somalia
Fowsia Abdulkadir and Rahma Abdulkadir
Deepening the Dialogue—Strengthening Domestic Violence Policy and Charting a Way Forward
Oscar Noel Ocho
Gender and Climate Justice
Ana Agostino and Rosa Lizarde
Making Waste Matter: Reimagining Urban Renewal and Advocating for Women Waste-Pickers’ Right to a Dignified Livelihood
Sohnee Harshey and Pratibha Sharma
Epilogue: Green-Washing Warnings
Wendy Harcourt
A Personal Odyssey Towards “Feminist Curiosity”
Hülya Adak
Women Empowerment and Child Obesity: Evidence in Comoros, Malawi, and Mozambique
Carolyn Chisadza, Eleni Yitbarek and Nicky Nicholls
Accounting for Episodes of Domestic Violence in the Anglophone Caribbean: Novel Achievements in the Midst of Persistent Challenges
Godfrey St. Bernard
Climate Finance: Why Does It Matter for Women?
Mariama Williams
‘Women Are Not Ready to [Vote for] Their Own’: Remaking Democracy, Making Citizens After the 2007 Post-Election Violence in Kenya
Christina Kenny
Nostalgia as Historical Critique: Time and Desire in Alejandro Modarelli’s Rosa Prepucio
Mariela Solana
Body Politics, Human Rights and Public Policies in Brazil: In Conversation with Jacqueline Pitanguy
Wendy Harcourt and Jacqueline Pitanguy
The Personal Is (Still) Political: Feminist Reflections on a Transformative Journey
Simona Sharoni
Self-Employment, Waged or Unpaid Work: Influences on the Choices of Poor Women
Dimple Tresa Abraham
Women, Inclusive Finance and the Quality of Life: Evidence from Zambia
Lwanga Elizabeth Nanziri
Solidarity Economy Revisited in the Light of Gender: A Tool for Social Change or Reproducing the Subordination of Women?
Isabelle Guérin and Miriam Nobre
Some Thoughts on New Epistemologies in Latin American Feminisms
Virginia Vargas
Intoxicated Stories and Stained Bodies: Muddy Methodologies in the Oral History of Queer Politics of the Global South
Nicolás Cuello
‘An Education Without any Fear?’ Higher Education and Gender Justice in Afghanistan
Anne Maree Payne, Nina Burridge and Nasima Rahmani
State Feminism, Feminists and Women’s Studies in Sweden
Mona Eliasson
Through the Eyes of the Perpetrator: The Historical and Contemporary Cultural Context of Intimate Partner Violence in the Caribbean
Camille Huggins
Women’s Bargaining Power and Households’ Living Standards in West Africa: Evidence from Benin, Togo and Mali
Monsoï Kenneth Colombiano Kponou
Conclusion: Body Politics and the Making and Unmaking of Gender and Development
Wendy Harcourt
Renegotiating Patriarchal Bargains? Rural Women’s Collective Livelihood Initiatives in India
Bina Fernandez
The Subject of Porn Research: Inquiring Bodies and Lines of Resistance
Karen Gabriel
Transitioning with Disability: Justice for Women with Disabilities in Post-War Sri Lanka
Dinesha Samararatne and Karen Soldatic
Female Policymakers and Women’s Well-Being in Africa
Maty Konte
My Life and Women’s Studies
Geraldine Forbes
An American’s View of Trans* Emergence in Africa and Feminist Responses
Chloe Schwenke
Pathways to Political Empowerment: An Examination of Factors That Enable Women to Access Political Leadership Positions in Kenya
Lanoi Maloiy
Rita Shackel and Lucy Fiske
It Is All about Power: Corruption, Patriarchy and the Political Participation of Women
Ortrun Merkle and Pui Hang Wong
Facts, Narrative and Action on Gender Equality in Modern Africa: A Sociological Approach to Priorities and Omissions
María José Moreno Ruiz
Maty Konte and Nyasha Tirivayi
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