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Research Area/ Research Interest: Gender  mainstreaming in Electrical Engineering

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1. Policy learning to reduce inequalities: the search for a coherent Scottish gender mainstreaming policy in a multilevel UK
2. Gender mainstreaming urban waste reduction in European cities
3. Policy framing and resistance: Gender mainstreaming in Horizon 2020
4. Gender sidestreaming? Analysing gender mainstreaming in national militaries and international peacekeeping
5. Gender mainstreaming in a Disaster-Resilient Village Programme in Aceh Province, Indonesia: Towards disaster preparedness enhancement via an equal …
6. Inclusive Higher Education and the Built Environment. A Research and Teaching Agenda for Gender Mainstreaming in Architecture Studies
7. Strategies to gender mainstreaming in Engineering studies: a workshop with teachers
8. Rural poverty, violence, and power: Rejecting and endorsing gender mainstreaming by food security NGOs in Armenia and Georgia
9. Gender mainstreaming in risk reduction and resilience-building strategies: local conceptualisation of gender and masculinities in Malawi and Zambia
10. Gender Mainstreaming in Drought Disaster Risk Reduction
11. “Let them sing!” The paradoxes of gender mainstreaming in urban policy and urban scholarship
12. Institutional gender mainstreaming in health in UN Agencies: Promising strategies and ongoing challenges
13. Strengthening the transformative potential of gender mainstreaming in global health
14. Ticking boxes and clocking in: A critical view of gender mainstreaming in labour-market integration
15. Strategy for strengthening gender mainstreaming (PUG) in the marine and fisheries sector
16. Aligning Perspectives in Gender Mainstreaming: Gender, Health, Safety, and Wellbeing
17. From the inside out: gender mainstreaming and organizational culture within the aid sector
18. The Female ‘Boot on the Ground’: Indian Ambivalence Over Gender Mainstreaming in UN Peacekeeping Operations
19. International knowledge transfer and Russian social policy: The case of gender mainstreaming
20. Post-NPM gender accounting—can public value management enhance gender mainstreaming?
21. Implementing gender mainstreaming in Swedish model municipalities
22. Budgetary Impact of Gender Mainstreaming and Its Implementations in the EU and Turkey
23. Three Dimensions of Gender Mainstreaming in Economic Peacebuilding: Insights from Indonesia and Nigeria
24. Gender Mainstreaming in Male-Dominated Nigerian Industries
25. Gender Mainstreaming Role Preferences and Perceptions of University Students Enrolled at Van School of Health
26. Mechanisms of atrocity prevention policy brief on gender mainstreaming
27. A Gender Mainstreaming Approach to South Africa’s Budget Response to COVID-19
28. The Implementation of Presidential Decree on Gender Mainstreaming: Insight From IAIN Ponorogo
29. The Implementation of Gender Mainstreaming Program to Health Polytechnic Diploma in Jakarta III
30. Gender equality by mobilising actors Exploring how organisational actors could be mobilised to contribute to gender equality within the gender mainstreaming strategy …
31. GENDER MAINSTREAMING: Problematizations of Gender Inequality in Rwanda
32. Gender Mainstreaming Approaches on the Performance of Rice Growers’ Cooperative in Bugesera District, Rwanda
33. Working Party on Gender Mainstreaming and Governance
34. Gender and the’Tyranny of Urgency’: A qualitative study of gender mainstreaming practices in the field of disaster risk reduction
35. Inter-organizational learning within an organization? Mainstreaming gender policies in the Swedish ministry of foreign affairs
36. Gender Mainstreaming in the Media: The Issue of Professional and Workplace Safety of Women Journalists in Nepal
37. Gender mainstreaming in the European Commission
38. Gender Mainstreaming and Women’s Involvement in Urban Planning Strategies
39. Gender Mainstreaming in Peacebuilding and Localised Human Security in the Context of the Darfur Genocide: An Africentric Rhetorical Analysis
40. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND GENDER MAINSTREAMING INPRESENT CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY
41. 2.1 From Gender Mainstreaming to Intersectionality: Advances in Achieving Inclusive and Safe Cities
42. The Evolution of Gender mainstreaming in ICARDA Lentil Program
43. Mainstreaming gender in REDD+ policies and projects in 17 countries
44. Gender Mainstreaming in Egyptian Media: The issue of gender representation on and off screen
45. The Urbanization of Social Justice Through Gender Mainstreaming in Vienna, Austria
46. Gender Mainstreaming and Development Implications for Nigeria: A Textual Reading of Selected Ahmed Yerima’s Plays
47. Path dependence or policy change in the EU?: A case study on EU policy change and gender mainstreaming
48. Gender mainstreaming into climate change adaptation options in oil palm agriculture in Nigeria
49. The coloniality of neoliberal biopolitics: Mainstreaming gender in community forestry in Oaxaca, Mexico
50. Gender, development and the state in India: by Carole Spary, Abingdon, Routledge, 2020, xii+ 257 pp.,£ 36.99 (paperback), ISBN 9780367661045
51. Game changer or accounting practice? Gender responsive budgeting in India
52. Gender back on the agenda in higher education: perspectives of academic staff in a contemporary UK case study
53. Gender Mainstreaming im Europäischen Parlament: Geschichte, Institutionalisierung, Hindernisse
54. From Gender Mainstreaming to Intersectionality: Advances in Achieving Inclusive and Safe Cities
55. It Matters How You ‘Do’Gender in Peacebuilding: African Approaches and Challenges
56. European Integral Urban Policies from a Gender Perspective. Gender-Sensitive Measures, Transversality and Gender Approaches
57. Empowerment and Gender Mainstreaming-A Review of three Policies for Women
58. ‘Pinkwashing’the radical‐right: Gender and the mainstreaming of radical‐right policies and actions
59. Equity and implications of response strategies on gender relations: Identifying ways of mainstreaming gender into response strategies in Southeast Nigeria
60. Gender Equality Policy and Universities: Feminist Strategic Alliances to Re-gender the Curriculum
61. Aligning Perspectives and Mainstreaming Gender at Work
62. Approches féministes du gender mainstreaming dans les syndicats
63. Gender Mainstreaming in UN Peace Operations and the Prevention of the Recruitment and Use of Child Soldiers
64. And if the opponents of gender ideology are right? Gender politics, Europeanization, and the democratic deficit
65. … da pesquisa pré-clínica a partir de uma perspetiva do sexo e do género: Um guia do projeto” Building capacities in gender mainstreaming for ethics committees …
66. Accounting for gender in climate policy advice: adapting a gender impact assessment tool to issues of climate change
67. EU Foreign Policy and Gender: How Does the EU Incorporate Gender in Its External Relations?
68. How Can Gender Smart Mobility Become A More Intersectional Form Of Mobility Justice
69. Gender, Work, and Health: Some Introductory Thoughts
70. From fringe to centre-stage: experiences of mainstreaming health equity in a health research collaboration
71. Examining the Barriers to Gender Integration in Agriculture, Climate Change, Food Security, and Nutrition Policies: Guatemalan and Honduran Perspectives
72. From fringe to Centre-stage: experiences of mainstreaming health inequalities through in a collaborative health research organisation
73. Energy justice as a search light for gender-energy nexus: Towards a conceptual framework
74. Women in Mainstreaming Peace and Security in South Sudan: Lessons Learnt and Way Forward
75. Taking the gender agenda forward in EU programming
76. Gender budgeting in the crossroad of gender policy and public financial management: The Finnish case
77. Freedom of Choice and Gender Equality in Swedish Home-Based Elderly Care
78. Educating on Sexuality to Promote Health: Applied Experiences Mainstreaming the Gender and Human Rights Approach
79. Female careers in Italian universities: The role of gender budgeting to achieve equality between women and men
80. Social work empowerment model for mainstreaming the participation of rural women in the climate change discourse
81. The Impact of the European Union-Mercosur Association Agreement on gender inequality: A global South perspective
82. Embedding gender-responsive approaches in impact assessment and management
83. Gender and Transformative Education in East Africa
84. STEM students’ perceptions of self-efficacy for a gender equality practice: A cross-cultural study
85. Introduction of the gender perspective in the university teaching: a study about inclusive language in Spanish
86. Gender-Sensitive Interventions in the Workplace: Examples from Practice
87. NGO strategies for sex and gender-based violence protection and accountability in long-term displacement settings: Reviewing women’s participation in humanitarian …
88. Addressing gender imbalance in intensive care
89. Gender & Diversity in Contracting and Grants Management
90. Gender Equality in the Workplace: Key Driver of Well-Being, Business Performance and Sustainability
91. Construction of a Gender Equality Regime? The Case of European Union Assistance in Turkey
92. The promise and perils of mainstreaming intersectionality in the Colombian peace process
93. Gender equality and the European Commission
94. Gender equality and legislative evaluation of gender-based laws in Korea
95. Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) in Village Development
96. From promoting gender equality to managing gender equality policy
97. Gender Responsive Planning and Budgeting in the Department of Health, Department of Education and Culture, Kebumen District 2017-2019
98. Realising gender and diversity sensitive smart mobility futures using IdLabs (at a distance): the TInnGO experience.
99. Social Engineering in the Empowerment of Craftswomen: A Gender Analysis
100. A STUDY ON MAINSTREAMING GIRL CHILDREN INTO EDUCATION
101. Mainstreaming Buddhist Music in Twenty-First Century Malaysia
102. Wasting resources: Challenges to implementing existing policies and tools for gender equality and sensitivity in climate change–related policy
103. Allocation to gender empowerment towards gender equality of Sustainable Development Goals
104. Gender, Anti-discrimination and Diversity: The EU’s Role in Promoting Equality
105. Union framing of gender equality and the elusive potential of equality bargaining in a difficult climate
106. The European Union and Regional gender equality agendas: Wales in the shadow of Brexit
107. Exploring the Gender Perspective in English Language Teaching (ELT): Voices from ELT Practitioners in Philippine Higher Education Institutions
108. Sex-and gender-sensitive public health research: an analysis of research proposals in a research institute in the Netherlands
109. The integration of sex and gender considerations in health policymaking: a scoping review
110. Gender budgeting in Slovenia—approaches, achievements, and complexities
111. Gender Responsive Budgeting: A tool for gender equality
112. Have policies tackled gender inequalities in health? A scoping review
113. GENDER AND JOURNALISM EDUCATION: UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS RESPONSES TO THE GLOBAL MEDIA MONITORING PROJECT
114. Why Gender Matters: Climate Change and Agriculture in India
115. Gender perspectives in contemporary peacebuilding: collaborative approaches to conflict responses
116. Silenced at the border: Norwegian gender-equality policies in national branding
117. Gender and Corporate Social Responsibility
118. Family-tree mapping and gender-based violence (GBV) in Niue: research method and intervention
119. Gender-Transformative Programming
120. Measurement Invariance of the Sensitive Assessment for Gender Equality (SAGE) Index Across Degree: Findings from two Teacher Education Programmes in Spain
121. A study of the context of organizational (input) level factors to promoting gender equality in gambella regional state of Ethiopia
122. THE VALUE OF gender equality has experienced considerable growth within European
123. Role of gender participation in urban household energy technology for sustainability: A case of Kathmandu
124. Gender equality mainstreaming and the Australian academy: paradoxical effects?
125. IMPLEMENTASI KEBIJAKAN PENGARUSUTAMAAN GENDER DALAM PERENCANAAN, PENGANGGARAN RESPONSIF GENDER DI LINGKUP ORGANISASI …
126. Gender budgeting in public financial management: a literature review and research agenda
127. Unpacking the perceived benefits and costs of integrating gender into conservation projects: voices of conservation field practitioners
128. Gender Equality in Feminine Registers Used by Female Parents in Blitar: A Case Study of Local Wisdom of Addressing among Women with Respect to their Husbands …
129. GENDER ROLES OF UNIVERSITY OFFICIALS IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS
130. Gender Inequality in the Indonesian Labor Market
131. Gender inequality in an ‘Equal’environment
132. Mainstreaming the Female Gender in Trade Union Leadership Structure in Nigeria
133. Women, academic leadership and the ‘constricting’gender equity policies in Nigerian universities: an integrated feminist approach
134. GENDER COMPETENCE OF PARTICIPANTS IN THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS IN THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF THE NATIONAL GUARD OF UKRAINE AS …
135. Gender Bias in Organisations: From the Arts to Individualised Coaching
136. Gender-based politics should extend beyond the struggle against patriarchy
137. Disaster-induced water conflicts and gender: A study of floods in South Asia
138. How Heads of Departments Find It Meaningful to Engage with Gender Balance Policies
139. ‘It’s not something that we think about with regard to curriculum.’ Exploring gender and equality awareness in higher education curriculum and pedagogy
140. EU-Africa Relations: looking through a gender lens
141. Gender issues in the development of small and medium scale enterprises: An appraisal of the Fadama-III agricultural project in Edo State, Nigeria
142. The European standard of gender equality in Turkey: Harmonization, cross-fertilization or reputational reforms?
143. Mainstreaming gender in research methods
144. OECD scan of equality budgeting in Ireland: Equality mainstreaming and inclusive policy making in action
145. Developmental regionalism strategies and gender in Africa: A study of the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD)
146. Productive farmers and vulnerable food securers: contradictions of gender expertise in international food security discourse
147. Gender Perspective to COVID-19 Pandemic: Assessing the Impact on Women
148. Gender mainstreaming in Iraqi universities, an analytical study
149. Gender Parity and Corporate Social Responsibility in the Oil Industry: An Impetus to Sustainable Development in Nigeria
150. Gender Inclusive Curriculum in Higher Education
151. Gender assessment in energy projects: perceptions, practices and the role of a regional directive in ECOWAS
152. Gender, intersectionality and institutions
153. Addressing Gender Inequality Through Corporate Social Responsibility: A Review of Public Governance in Latin America
154. The South African Military and Gender Integration: Bridging Theory and Practice
155. Gender, Work and Health Inequalities
156. 4 How to make Germany’s climate policy gender-responsive
157. Gender und LGTBQ: Unbekannte Begriffe als Machtinstrumente in Polen
158. Performance Analysis of Gender Mainstreaming Program in Agriculture: Cases in Bangli and Kuningan Regencies, Indonesia
159. Power Struggles in the Implementation of Gender Equality Policies: The Politics of Resistance and Counter-resistance in Universities
160. International gender equity in soil science
161. WHO runs the world–(not) girls: gender neglect during global health emergencies
162. Exploring gender inclusion in small-scale fisheries management and development in Melanesia
163. Towards a Gender-Sensitive Private Sector in the OPT
164. Global Water Partnership: Gender Action Piece
165. Gender Equality in the Arctic, Phase 3
166. Gender, global governance, and the limits of expertise on women: A feminist critique of postconflict statebuilding1
167. Integration of gender practices and promotion of diversity in customs and trade: the case of East and Southern Africa
168. Catherine Strong, Sarah Raine (eds.), Towards Gender Equality in the Music Industry: Education, Practice and Strategies for Change. New York/London …
169. Agricultural market access and dietary diversity in Kenya: Gender considerations towards improved household nutritional outcomes
170. Gender-responsive budgeting in Austria: The narrow line between implementation and confirmation
171. Prevention of Violence Against Women and Girls: Mainstreaming in Development Programmes
172. Introduction: Why Gender and the EU?
173. Taking food out the private sphere? Addressing gender relations in urban food policy
174. Examining the promise of ‘the local’for improving gender equality in agriculture and climate change adaptation
175. Sex, mines, and pipelines: Examining ‘Gender-based Analysis Plus’ in Canadian impact assessment resource extraction policy
176. The Intricacies of Transnational Relationships in the Promotion of Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment
177. Promoting gender equality and structural change in academia through gender equality plans: Harmonising EU and national initiatives
178. Ethical Dimensions in Research: Informed Consent and Female Gender in Nigeria
179. Gender and the Integration of Newcomers in Merkel’s Germany
180. Climate change, adaptation and gender concernsApproaches and learnings from global and Indian experiences
181. Gender in global trade: Transforming or reproducing trade orthodoxy?
182. Work-life balance and gender: challenging assumptions and unravelling complexity
183. Gender equity and sports coaching in Norway: Political discourses and developmental trajectories from 1970 to 2020
184. Sexual and sexist harassment in Spanish universities: policy implementation and resistances against gender equality measures
185. Gender Roles in Wetlands Conservation and Restoration in Murang’a County, Kenya
186. GENDERMAINSTREAMING IN THE DEVELOPMENT POLICY FROM THE EUROPEAN UNION
187. Promoting Gender Equality in Colleges of Education in Ghana Using a Gender-Responsive Scorecard
188. Resolution 1325 (2000): A Note on Its Background
189. Integrating gender into spatial planning: Gendered approaches to spatial development in Europe. Perspectives, similarities, differences, Barbara Zibell, Doris …
190. On the realities of gender inclusion in climate change policies in Nepal
191. With a different name, the rose is not a rose anymore: legislative quality and gender equality in the AKP’s Turkey
192. Gender and EU climate policy
193. Decoupling gender equality from gender pay audits in Swedish municipalities
194. Gender Dynamics and Climate Change in Nigeria
195. Female presence in lobbying careers in Europe: A comparison of women in the lobbying workforce in three national political systems and the EU
196. Gender issues in tourism organisations: insights from a two-phased pragmatic systematic literature review
197. Missing in Action: Sex-and Gender-Based Analysis (SGBA) in Public Health
198. The politics of gender in the field of European agencies
199. Feminist framing of Europeanisation: Gender equality policies in Turkey and the EU
200. 10 Why radical transformation is necessary for gender equality and a zero carbon European construction sector
201. The External Dimension of EU Migration and Refugee Policies: Gender-Specific Challenges
202. Trading for Equality: The Use of Legal Harmonization Requirements to Further Gender Equality in European Union Association Agreements
203. 8 Gender, global governance, and the limits of expertise on women
204. 5 Promoting a gender agenda in climate and sustainable development
205. TURNING RESEARCH KNOWLEDGE INTO PRACTICE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF RIJEKA: CREATING AN ONGOING LEARNING CYCLE
206. Training the troops on gender: the making of a transnational practice
207. The Dynamics of Gender Differences on Tourism Governance in Indonesia
208. Utopian imagination, critical thinking, and encouragement to act: New ways of teaching in times of crises
209. An Ecofeminism Perspective: A Gendered Approach in Reducing Poverty by Implementing Sustainable Development Practices in Indonesia
210. Examining gender integration in food security, nutrition, and climate change policies in the agricultural sector: Perspectives from Guatemala and Honduras
211. The EU as a gender equality regime: A core research concept
212. Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) for Strengthening Disaster Resilient Village
213. The European External Action Service
214. Gender and tuna industries in the Pacific Islands
215. The Treaty of Lisbon and the gender–blind responses to the EU crises: impact on the quality of European democracy
216. Addressing climate policy-making and gender in transport plans and strategies: The case of Oslo, Norway
217. Where’s Betty?: Integrating Gender-Based Analysis Plus (GBA+) in Canada’s Federal Government Evaluation Function
218. GREAT Expectations: building a model for applied gender training for crop improvement
219. Striving for Gender Equality: The EU, Research, and Higher Education
220. Gender expertise and policy analysis
221. How to make Germany’s climate policy gender-responsive: Experiences from research and advocacy
222. How to mainstream” gender” into the” gender-neutral” Rural Development Policy?–Difficulties and prospects from…
223. Female Peacekeepers: UNSC Resolution 1325 and the Persistence of Gender Stereotypes in the Chilean Armed Forces
224. The EU as a gender equality regime
225. Directions of thought for single parents in the EU
226. Socialisation and women’s participation in governance: exploring important themes from Ghana
227. Gender, Intersectionality and Climate Institutions in Industrialised States
228. Case study: gender equality (SDG5): Ten stages of women’s mobility in Pakistan and Malaysia
229. EU external climate policy
230. Internationalism and Europeanisation in the Struggle Over Gender Equality: Women’s Rights/Feminist Movement in Turkey
231. Stakeholder engagement in gender and climate change policy processes: Lessons from CCAFS
232. Track 9: Gender Inequality and Poverty
233. Towards a climate-friendly turn?: Gender, culture and performativity in Danish transport policy 1
234. Has the vision of a gender quota rule been realized for community-based water management committees in Kenya?
235. Analisis Anggaran Responsif Gender di Sektor Kesehatan pada APBD Provinsi DKI Jakarta Tahun 2017-2019
236. Making India’s Social Protection Gender Responsive: Opportunities for a post COVID-19 world
237. Thailand: Gender Budgeting Action Plan
238. Institutional Gender Representation and Career Progression Disparities at Management Levels in Selected Public Academic Libraries in Kenya
239. Development and foreign aid
240. Global Demands–Local Practices: Working towards Including Gender Equality in Teacher Education in Finland and Sweden
241. Gender Diversity in Research and Innovation Projects: The Proportion of Women in the Context of Higher Education
242. The Gender Dimension of Environment in the Maldives
243. Associate Professor Irina Strelnikova
244. Gender Roles and Women Participation in Bee Keeping: A Focus on Baringo South Sub-County, Baringo County
245. The Logic of Intersectional Marginalization: Palestinian and Israeli Practitioners’ Observations of Inequitable Labour Practices in Grassroots Peace Organizing
246. Exploring the Other: Analysing Programme Formations, Recruitment Patterns, and Gender in Swedish Upper Secondary School
247. Public Policies and Gender Equality in Cabo Verde from the Study on the Use of Time to the National Care System
248. Woman, Rattan, whereis Justice?
249. Challenges faced by the LGBTQ community-A comparative study between India and Australia.
250. Mechthild Wörsdörfer, Sara Moarif and Amrita Dasgupta (IEA), Magdalena Olczak and Wei-Shieun Ng (ITF), as well as other OECD colleagues, contributed with …
251. Feminist political economy and its explanatory promise
252. Neglecting Reproductive Labor: A Critical Review of Gender Equality Indices
253. The rise of non-communicable disease (NCDs) in Mozambique: decolonising gender and global health
254. Women empowerment: A new agenda for socio-economic development in Saudi Arabia
255. Urban Farming as Women Empowerment: Case Study Sa’uyunan Sarijadi Women’s Farmer Group in Bandung City
256. Indigenous Knowledge of Women: Alternative Methods of Water Conservation in Rajasthan
257. Delivering gender justice in academia through gender equality plans? Normative and practical challenges
258. Smart economics
259. Development policy
260. Whose story is it anyway?: Studying European integration with a gender lens
261. Assessing Gender Equality in Climate Change Advocacy Campaign for Sustainable Agricultural Food Security in Uganda: Gender Equality in Climate Information …
262. Why Ranting about the COVID-19 Economy as a Woman Sounds Different in Copenhagen and in Cincinnati
263. 8 Wasting resources
264. Relocating power: the feminist potency of language, gender and sexuality research
265. Gender approaches to cybersecurity: design, defence and response
266. Gender Relations and Forest Resource Management in Post-COVID-19 Age
267. Gender and politics research in Europe: towards a consolidation of a flourishing political science subfield?
268. Promoting a gender agenda in climate and sustainable development: A civil servant’s narrative
269. PORTRAYAL OF HIJRA (LGBTQAI) IN MARATHI CINEMA
270. Gendering Crisis Management: Examining the Role of Gender in the Report of The Parliamentary Committee on Crisis Management
271. Gender in the nationally determined contributions of African countries: a way forward for effective implementation of adaptation and mitigation strategies
272. Evaluating Beijing+ 25: The Case of Joint Programming in Prevention and Response to Violence against Women in Uganda
273. Measures initiated by the Institution for the promotion of gender equity
274. Bright as night: Illuminating the antinomies of ‘gender positive’solar development
275. Gender Justice and Equality in Rice Farming Friendly Environment in Realizing Family Food Security
276. Classification of work: An approach to the exploration, understanding, and prevention of gender differences in working conditions
277. Policy foundations for transformation: a gender analysis of adolescent health policy documents in South Africa
278. FADAMA III FINANCING AND FARM HOUSEHOLDS ASSETS ACQUISITION AND SERVICE DELIVERY IN AKWA IBOM STATE, NIGERIA
279. Economic and monetary union
280. The Conceptualization problem in research and responses to sexual and gender-based violence in forced migration
281. Gender capacity development in agriculture: insights from the GREAT monitoring, learning, and evaluation system
282. Educating prospective teachers for a sustainable gender equality practice: survey design and validation of a self-efficacy scale
283. TRANSGENDER IDENTITY AND POLICY DISCOURSES
284. Creating a gender-inclusive mining industry: Uncovering the challenges of female mining stakeholders
285. Drought risk-reduction and gender dynamics in communal cattle farming in Southern Zimbabwe
286. Creating Inclusion to Leverage Workforce Diversity from a Work Characteristics Perspective
287. Unveiling Complex Discrimination at the Court of Justice of the European Union: the Islamic Headscarf at Work
288. Toward structural change: Gender transformative approaches
289. Inspiring Change: Women Organising Across the Devolved Nations
290. Gender-Transformative Public Health Approaches
291. Is feminism doomed? Feminist praxis in the times of ‘gender ideology’in Slovakia
292. Anti-Gender-Diskurse–vom› gesunden Menschenverstand‹ zur› Politik mit der Angst‹
293. THE MYTHS AND THE REALITIES OF GENDER EQUALITY IN NIGERIA: AN APPRAISAL OF THE SITUATION IN SOUTH-WEST NIGERIA
294. Trends in land administration and management with particular reference to World Bank support for projects in the East Asia Region
295. Climate Change in the Arctic—The Need for a Broader Gender Perspective in Data Collection
296. Unwanted Sexual Behaviour and Public Transport: The Imperative for Gender-Sensitive Co-design
297. Governing development: global performance indicators and gender policy change in Sub-Saharan Africa

 

 

 

 

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