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Blog

25 July 2019

Social norms and women’s financial inclusion: The role of providers

Authors: Yasmin Bin-Humam

Tags: Economic empowerment

Published by: CGAP

Photo: Yavuz Sariyildiz, 2012 CGAP Photo Contest

Blog

9 July 2019

We need to focus on gender norms to reach the global goal on education

Authors: Rachel Marcus

Tags: Education

Published by: ALIGN

© Stef Glinski

Blog

4 July 2019

Social norms and the ‘power within’ – how MUVA builds young people’s soft skills

Authors: Jana Bischler, Anne Cecile Manicom Rebelo

Tags: Economic empowerment

Published by: ALIGN

© Daniel Jack Lyons

Blog

24 June 2019

Did Women Deliver 2019 actually deliver?

Authors: Caroline Harper

Tags: Theory

Published by: ALIGN

Power, progress, change

Blog

14 June 2019

Re-think, re-boot, re-imagine and re-act!

Authors: Sapna Kedia

Tags: Men, boys and masculinities, Sexual and reproductive health, Sport

Published by: ALIGN

Participants sit outside at the conference

Blog

2 June 2019

Eliminate gender inequality and restrictive gender norms and improve health for all

Authors: Gary Darmstadt

Tags: Health

Published by: ALIGN

 A mobile clinical outreach team from Marie Stopes International, a specialized sexual reproductive health and family planning organization in Senegal. © Jonathan Torgovnik

Blog

29 May 2019

How media can shape social and gender norms

Authors: Poonam Muttreja

Tags: Media, Economic empowerment, Sexual and reproductive health

Published by: ALIGN

Women at a concert in India

Blog

16 May 2019

Diagnosing social norms in women’s financial inclusion programming

Authors: Yasmin Bin-Humam

Tags: Economic empowerment

Published by: CGAP

A worker at a silk thread factory in Turkey. Photo: Bulent Suberk, 2016 CGAP Photo Contest

Blog

26 April 2019

Gender norms and women’s economic empowerment in low-income countries: What we learned by reviewing the evidence

Authors: H. Elizabeth Peters, Shirley Adelstein, Robert Abare

Tags: Economic empowerment

Published by: Urban Institute

A woman distributes cassava cuttings while others plant them on on July 12, 2017 in Nigeria. (Photo by STEFAN HEUNIS/AFP/Getty Images).

Blog

16 April 2019

Exploring the potential for adolescent girls to disrupt harmful gender norms: Evidence from Africa

Authors: Lilli Loveday, Jenny Rivett

Tags: Normative change, Theory, Gender-based violence

Published by: ALIGN, Plan International UK

Credit: Plan International