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Blog

5 January 2023

Reflections on 2022: what were the trends in gender norms research?

Authors: Aatif Somji, Diana Jiménez Thomas Rodriguez, Ján Michalko, Emilie Tant, Emily Subden

Tags: Social movement, LGBTQI+, Political representation and mobilisation, Paid and unpaid work, Men, boys and masculinities

Published by: ALIGN

Review 2022

Blog

1 December 2022

Unpacking the context of femicide in Mexico

Authors: Diana Jiménez Thomas Rodriguez

Tags: Gender-based violence

Published by: ALIGN

Relatives protest by placing red shoes to pay tribute to the hundreds of disappeared women in Juarez and across Mexico. ©David Peinado Romero / Shutterstock ID: 2128849571

Blog

23 November 2022

Icebergs and black holes: the stories of femicide in Mexico

Authors: Diana Jiménez Thomas Rodriguez

Tags: Gender-based violence

Published by: ALIGN

A group of women protest for the numerous feminicides in Mexico. © artcgix / Shutterstock ID:2133578879

Blog

15 November 2022

Changing the face of local politics for the better in the Netherlands

Authors: Lilianne Ploumen

Tags: Political representation and mobilisation

Published by: ALIGN

A sign directing voters to a polling station for municipal elections in the Netherlands. ©Rene Notenbomer / Shuttertock 2122158884

Case study

14 November 2022

CARE gender norms studies

Tags: Economic empowerment

Published by: Care

Cover of Peru report case study

Blog

11 November 2022

What do we mean by ‘there’s no climate justice without gender justice’?

Authors: Areebah Shahid

Tags: Climate change

Published by: ALIGN

A woman looking at Hunza valley in Gilgit Baltistan, Pakistan. © Punnawit Suwattananun / shutterstock 1694778085

Blog

6 October 2022

Women in leadership: how fear of violence is shaping women's political aspirations

Authors: Ján Michalko

Tags: Political representation and mobilisation, Gender roles, Gender-based violence, social media

Published by: ALIGN, ODI

 Sarah Kilemi, wife of Parliament member Kilemi Mwiria, speaks to "Women without Husbands" who have been ostracized from society. Meru, Kenya, 2007. © Shutterstock/Joseph Sohm ID:105700322

Blog

11 August 2022

How feminist artivism and social media inspires change in gender norms

Authors: Ipsita Divedi

Tags: Social movement, social media

Published by: ALIGN

Yes we can concept banner in collage style. Stock Vector ID: 2044607141

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

Mural being painted of indigenous woman in Santiago de Chile, 8 March 2022. Credit: 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