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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/


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

Case study

1 September 2021

New roles for grandmothers in Cameroon’s conflict zone

Authors: Saint Albert's Charity

Tags: Conflict

Published by: ALIGN

Women digging graves. © Saint Albert's Charity


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


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


19 July 2021

Gender equality in education: Digging beyond the obvious

Authors: Fabricia Devignes

Tags: Education

Published by: UNESCO

Young girls in class in the Kaduna region of Nigeria. ©UNESCO/Shutterstock


1 July 2021

Ending gender-based violence in the workplace: the need to shift norms

Authors: Rachel Marcus

Tags: Economic empowerment, Gender-based violence

Published by: ALIGN

Informal workers gather for a meeting of their association, the Makola Market Traders Union, in Accra, Ghana. The union is dominated by women and the strength in numbers provides some protection to traders. Credit: Jonathan Torgovnik/Getty Images/Images of Empowerment


29 June 2021

Can TV and radio change gender norms? And if so, how?

Authors: Faria A. Nasruddin

Tags: Media

Published by: ALIGN

Employees at Radio Rural Community de Forecariah. Credit: World Bank Photo Collection


29 June 2021

Generation Equality Forum: how to shift power for a gender-just world

Authors: Caroline Harper

Tags: Theory

Published by: ODI, ALIGN

A protest on International Women’s Day 2020 in the northern Chilean town of Antofagasta. Image license: Enfocale /

Case study

9 June 2021

Passages project 'Growing Up GREAT!' shows promise in skills development and norms shifting after one year

Tags: Adolescence

Published by: Passages

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