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Blog

21 July 2020

Care, debt, and safety – how can Sierra Leone’s women cope with the Covid-19 crisis?

Authors: Sripriya Iyengar Srivatsa

Tags: Covid-19

Published by: ALIGN

Jeneba, a school girl in Sierra Leone, left school when her bump began to show © Olivia Acland

Blog

15 June 2020

Teasing apart the relationship between family planning and Covid-19

Authors: Sarah Castle

Tags: Covid-19

Published by: ALIGN

A market seller in Kenya. ©World Bank / Sambrian Mbaabu

Blog

9 June 2020

Could the Covid-19 crisis advance gender equality? Perspectives from Fiji

Authors: William Hamilton

Tags: Covid-19

Published by: ALIGN

A remote village on Vanua Balavu island, Fiji. © Will Seal

Blog

19 May 2020

Building momentum for scaling-up prevention of gender-based violence: the importance of norm change initiatives at community level

Authors: The Community for Understanding Scale Up

Tags: Gender-based violence, Community development

Published by: ALIGN, CUSP

Young women dancing in Gambia © Matthew Shaw

Blog

4 May 2020

Transforming men, transforming masculinities

Authors: Nalini V. Khurana, Sapna Kedia, Ravi Verma

Tags: Men, boys and masculinities

Published by: ALIGN

Men smiling in Raniganj, Bihar, India. © Paula Bronstein/Getty Images/Images of Empowerment

Blog

17 April 2020

Tackling a double pandemic – how Covid-19 influences gender-based violence, and what can be done

Authors: Carmen Leon-Himmelstine

Tags: Gender-based violence, Covid-19

Published by: ODI

Silhouette of a women © Yoab Anderson/Unsplash

Blog

16 April 2020

How gender norms play out in the Covid-19 response

Authors: Rosemary Morgan, Sara E. Davies

Tags: Covid-19, Health, Gender-based violence, Social movement

Published by: ALIGN

A nurse checks the temperature of a patient at Redemption Hospital in Monrovia, Liberia. © Dominic Chavez/World Bank

Blog

8 April 2020

The influence of urban millennials on gender norms

Authors: Kim Patria

Tags: Economic empowerment

Published by: ALIGN

The female labour force participation rate is high in Vietnam, but inequalities informed by traditional social norms persist in workplaces between women and men. © Thang Tung / Institute for Studies of Society, Economy and Environment Vietnam

Blog

6 April 2020

Tracking attitudes on gender equality

Authors: Carolina Rivera Vázquez

Tags: Data, tools and measurement

Published by: ALIGN

A female trader at the Al Obaied Crop Market, Sudan. © Salahaldeen Nadir / World Bank

Blog

23 March 2020

Data on gender norms: can we find and use what is missing?

Authors: Rebecka Lundgren , Meredith Pierce, Anita Raj, Namratha Rao

Tags: Data, tools and measurement

Published by: ALIGN

Girls taking part in sport at school. Credit: Tanya Holden/DFID