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Blog

24 November 2020

How can we better understand and measure violence against women in politics?

Authors: Nandita Bhan, Jennifer Yore, Anita Raj

Tags: Gender-based violence, Intimate partner violence

Published by: ALIGN

Nohra Padilla, leader of the Asociación de Recicladores de Bogotá (ARB) leads a contingent of waste pickers as they demonstrate against city policies and programmes affecting waste pickers. © Juan Arredondo/Getty Images/Images of Empowerment

Blog

28 October 2020

Using the Social Norms Analysis Framework (SNAP) to explore the influence of social norms on women’s economic participation in Vietnam

Authors: My Linh Nguyen

Published by: ALIGN, Care

A busy Vietnamese high street. © Thanh Tung/Institute for Studies of Society, Economy and Environment

Blog

15 October 2020

To support women in leadership, address their caregiving burden

Authors: Takara Morgan, Le Thi Hong Giang

Tags: Leadership, Economic empowerment

Published by: Care, CARE International in Viet Nam, ALIGN

Women account for around half of the Viet Nam's workforce, but occupy less than a quarter of senior management roles. © Thanh Tung/Institute for Studies of Society, Economy and Environment

Blog

1 October 2020

25 years after Beijing: Time to kick-start a new era for gender equality through norm change

Authors: Sophia M. D’Angelo

Tags: History and change

Published by: ALIGN

The birth of the Commission on the Status of Women in the 1946 UN General Assembly. © UN Women

Blog

25 September 2020

World Contraception Day: Why men must be part of the story

Authors: Kuhika Seth, Sharmishtha Nanda, Aishwarya Sahay, Pranita Achyut, Sneha Sharma

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

Published by: ALIGN, ICRW

A family spending time with their child. A scene from the documentary film, Parwaaz | Flight (2020), produced by ICRW and directed by Mixed Media Productions © ICRW

Interview

16 September 2020

Gender norms, intersectionality and social protection: In conversation with UNICEF's Dr Zahrah Nesbitt-Ahmed

Authors: Zahrah Nesbitt-Ahmed, Carmen Leon-Himmelstine

Tags: Intersectionality

Published by: ALIGN

Sudanese weigh in on peace agreement in Blue Nile State, Musfa, Sudan. © UN Photo/Tim McKulka (Photo ID 462222. 25/01/2011)

Interview

16 September 2020

The intersectionality of gender norms: In conversation with TrueChild's Riki Wilchins

Authors: Riki Wilchins

Tags: Intersectionality

Published by: ALIGN

Pride in San Francisco 2015 with Apple. © Thomas Hawk

Blog

12 August 2020

Gender norms, intersectionality and a COVID-19 ‘global reset’

Authors: Caroline Harper

Tags: Intersectionality, Covid-19

Published by: Gender and Covid-19 Working Group

Women on a bus wearing facemasks. Credit: Gender and Covid-19 Working Group

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

Interview

7 July 2020

Women’s leadership - and gender-sensitive leadership - during Covid-19 and beyond: Interview with Sara Pantuliano

Authors: Sara Pantuliano, Rachel George, Caroline Harper

Tags: Political representation and mobilisation, Leadership, Covid-19, Law and policy

Published by: ALIGN

Jacinda Ardern, who has been described as being gender-sensitive leader, at the World Economic Forum. © World Economic Forum/Boris Baldinger