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Blog

17 March 2022

Why indigenous voices matter in the fight for climate and gender justice

Authors: Mitzy Violeta

Tags: Social movement, Climate change, Gender-based violence

Published by: ODI

A Wiphala Andean Indigenous Flag at the International Women's Day march in Santiago de Chile, 8 March 2022. © Emilie Tant

Blog

19 January 2022

Social media, violence and gender norms: The need for a new digital social contract

Authors: Lucina de Meco, Alcy MacKay

Tags: Media, Gender-based violence

Published by: ALIGN

A drawing of a victim of Internet bullying, is sitting in front of a laptop, covering their face with their hands. © Shutterstock ID:2059491032/Chugunova Anastasia

Blog

7 January 2022

10 things we learnt in 2021

Authors: Rachel Marcus, Emily Subden

Tags: Social movement, Intersectionality, Gender-based violence, Covid-19, Men, boys and masculinities, Broadcast media, Data, tools and measurement

Published by: ALIGN

Number ten on a jetty. BMJ/Shutterstock ID: 111378512

Blog

25 November 2021

Does marching for change, change anything? Why mobilising against male violence changes everything

Authors: Caroline Harper, Emilie Tant

Tags: Gender-based violence

Published by: ODI

Original illustration provided by Maia Bergh, Design by Maia, 2021.

Blog

9 November 2021

Gender Day at COP26: We must listen to women building environmental movements

Authors: Diana Jiménez Thomas Rodriguez

Tags: Climate change, Social movement

Published by: ALIGN

Demonstrators raise placards at one of the protests outside COP26 in Glasgow, November 2021 ©Toby Parkes/Shutterstock/2070571724

Blog

8 November 2021

Norms Changing Strategies - West Africa Lessons

Authors: Judi Aubel, Mamadou Coulibaly

Tags: Normative change

Published by: The Communication Initiative Network

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Blog

26 October 2021

What do recent high-profile cases of male violence in the UK tell us about gender norms?

Authors: Emilie Tant

Tags: Gender-based violence

Published by: ALIGN

Flowers with messages about women’s safety left by people who attended a vigil for Sarah Everard in Clapham Common. March 2021, London. Credit: Vincenzo Lullo/Shutterstock.com

Blog

29 September 2021

The virus doesn’t understand war rhetoric: Why the ‘strong-man’ approach to COVID-19 harms us all

Authors: Peny Rahmadhani, Fiona Vaz, Rizki A. Affiat

Tags: Covid-19

Published by: ALIGN

war word banner

Blog

16 August 2021

Why the most ‘gender-equal’ Olympics were far from equal

Authors: Meg Smith

Tags: Sport

Published by: ALIGN, Women Win

A women's football team having a team talk. © Empodera

Blog

22 July 2021

Sport: A reinforcer of gender norms or a force for change?

Authors: Emily Subden

Tags: Sport

Published by: ALIGN

Sculptures of women running with Olympic torches in Beijing, China. © Sam Balye/Unsplash