Bibliographies

BRIDGE Bibliographies provide a brief overview of a priority area identirifying the main themes, debates and actors. This is followed by a selection of key resources published on this issue with a useful summary and link to the resource. The Networking and Contact Details section provides a short summary and contact details of key organisations working in this area. Bibliographies are a particularly useful tool for those wishing to research more around a particular issue.

Bibliographies (38)
Author(s): G Aboud, Institute of Development Studies UK, Jan 2011
This Supporting Resources Collection - part of the BRIDGE Cutting Edge Pack on Gender and Climate Change- showcases existing work on gender and climate change. It presents summaries of a mix of conceptual and research papers, policy briefings, advocacy documents, case study material and practical... Find out more
Author(s): J. Demetriades, Institute of Development Studies UK, Apr 2009
This Supporting Resources Collection - part of the BRIDGE Cutting Edge Pack on Gender and Governance - showcases existing work on gender and governance. It presents summaries of a mix of conceptual and research papers, policy briefings, advocacy documents, case study material, and practical tools... Find out more
Author(s): E. Esplen, Institute of Development Studies UK, Feb 2009
This Supporting Resources Collection show-cases existing work on gender and care. It presents summaries and links to key texts, tools and case studies which provide further information on the five main questions addressed in the BRIDGE Gender and Care Overview Report: How can we prompt a re-... Find out more
Author(s): P. Brambilla, H. Dixon, Institute of Development Studies UK, Dec 2008
This annotated bibliography presents a selection of websites on gender and development from organisations and initiatives based in Spanish-speaking countries. It gives a flavour of the richness of feminist debates and gender sensitive work being carried out mainly in Latin America but also in Spain... Find out more
Author(s): P Brambilla, H Dixon, BRIDGE, Dec 2008
This annotated bibliography presents a selection of websites on gender and development from organisations and initiatives based in Spanish-speaking countries. It gives a flavour of the richness of feminist debates and gender sensitive work being carried out mainly in Latin America but also in Spain... Find out more
Author(s): Y. Huang, Institute of Development Studies UK, Feb 2008
How do young Chinese women perceive their bodies and their sexuality? How do male sex workers construct and act out their masculinity in contemporary China? Can women in Taiwan express their sexual desires and lead sexually liberated lives? What changes have taken place in the sexual lives of... Find out more
Author(s): Helen Dixon, Paola Brambilla (ed), BRIDGE, Jan 2008
This annotated bibliography presents a selection of materials on gender and development from individuals and organisations based in Spanish-speaking countries. The resources reflect the main issues that women's movements have recently been grappling with in Latin America, such as the impact of... Find out more
Author(s): E. Esplen, Institute of Development Studies UK, Dec 2007
Mobilising around sexuality is not new. Activists and practitioners have long been working on issues such as HIV/AIDS; sexual violence; abortion; sex work; and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights. What is new is the integrated, affirmative approach to sexuality which is increasingly being... Find out more
Author(s): A. Brody, E. Esplen, Institute of Development Studies UK, Dec 2007
Current momentum around women's economic empowerment offers huge scope for bringing about real changes in women's lives. But earning an income or having access to credit cannot be assumed to bring automatic benefits for women. We need to ask critical questions about how increased access to... Find out more
Author(s): E. Bell, E. Esplen, Institute of Development Studies UK, Jul 2007
Gender-sensitive measurements are critical for building the case for taking gender (in)equality seriously, for enabling better planning and actions by gender and non-gender specialists, and for holding institutions accountable to their commitments on gender equality. Yet measurement techniques and... Find out more

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