Gender & Development is the only journal in the world to focus on international gender and development issues, exploring the connections between gender and development initiatives, and feminist perspectives.
Established in 1993, the journal is a forum for all involved in development initiatives: policy-makers and practitioners, researchers both inside and outside academia, and activists. It aims to debate best practice and new ideas, and to make the links between theoretical and practical gender and development work.
Gender & Development appears three times a year, in March, July, and November. Each collection of materials focuses on a current 'hot topic'. A particular feature of the project is the high level of contributions from practitioners, and from the global South. We have users in over 90 countries.
- Volume 23, March 2015: Working on Gender Issues in Urban Areas
- Volume 23, July 2015: Inequalities
- Volume 23, November 2015: Resilience to climate change
Contribute to the journal
Contributions are welcome from all involved in development initiatives: policy-makers and practitioners, researchers both inside and outside academia, and feminist activists. For more information on contributing as well as all the latest news, visit the Gender & Development website.
The Working in Gender and Development (WiGaD) book series brings together themed selections of the best articles from Gender & Development, and other Oxfam publications repackaged in book format.
Titles in this series present the theory and practice of gender-oriented development in a way that records experience, describes good practice, and shares information about resources. As such, they contribute to and review current thinking on the gender dimensions of particular development and relief issues.
You can buy print editions of this book series at the Development Bookshop.
2013: Integrating Care into Development Practice
2011: Beyond Gender Mainstreaming learning project
Gender & Development is published for Oxfam by Routledge/Taylor & Francis as a print and electronic journal, available by subscription. To find out more about how to subscribe, please visit the Taylor & Francis website.
Content is also available free of charge from the Gender & Development website. Individual articles can be downloaded from the site for the use of development practitioners, policymakers and students interested in a particular topic.
The website also offers guidance for contributors, upcoming themes and links to other materials, as well as information on our Beyond Gender Mainstreaming Learning Project. Readers are invited to participate in an online discussion related to this project via the Eldis communities.
In addition, all Gender & Development articles are available to download free of charge from this website.