The Relationship between Development and Gender Equality: in search of new perspectives on sustainable development through the lens of the 1959 Kuwaiti Nationality Law

Williamson, M.E.J.B. (2018) ‘The Relationship between Development and Gender Equality: in search of new perspectives on sustainable development through the lens of the 1959 Kuwaiti Nationality Law’, Journal of Law, Social Justice and Global Development (Special Issue, ‘Gender and Development’, ed. Ann Stewart), Issue 21: 2018: 58 — 73.

DOI: 10.31273/LGD.2018.2106

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Gender and Development (Special Issue 21: 2018)

 

Access to Social Protection Minimum Floors as a tool to end early marriage in Mozambique

Mamad, F. and Foubert, P. (2018) ‘Access to Social Protection Minimum Floors as a tool to end early marriage in Mozambique’, Journal of Law, Social Justice and Global Development (Special Issue, ‘Gender and Development’, ed. Ann Stewart), Issue 21: 2018: 49 — 65.

DOI: 10.31273/LGD.2018.2104

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Travels of the ‘Authentic Craftswoman’: representing lives of value across transnational markets

Russo, A. (2018) ‘Travels of the ‘Authentic Craftswoman’: representing lives of value across transnational markets’, Journal of Law, Social Justice and Global Development (Special Issue, ‘Gender and Development’, ed. Ann Stewart), Issue 21: 2018: 15 — 32.

DOI: 10.31273/LGD.2018.2102

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The Victim, the Villain and the Rescuer: the trafficking of women and contemporary abolition

Faulkner, E.A. (2018) ‘The Victim, the Villain and the Rescuer: the trafficking of women and contemporary abolition’, Journal of Law, Social Justice and Global Development (Special Issue, ‘Gender and Development’, ed. Ann Stewart), Issue 21: 2018: 1– 14.

DOI: 10.31273/LGD.2018.2101

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Children’s Roles in Social Reproduction: re-examining the discourse on care through a child lens

Camilletti, E., Banati, P. and Cook, S. (2018) ‘Children’s Roles in Social Reproduction: re-examining the discourse on care through a child lens’, Journal of Law, Social Justice and Global Development (Special Issue, ‘Gender and Development’, ed. Ann Stewart), Issue 21: 2018: 33 — 48.

DOI: 10.31273/LGD.2018.2103

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Sexual Violence and its Resistance in Postrevolutionary Egypt: at the intersection between authoritarianism and patriarchy

Heijthuyzen, M. (2018) ‘Sexual Violence and its Resistance in Post-revolutionary Egypt: at the intersection between authoritarianism and patriarchy’, Journal of Law, Social Justice and Global Development (Special Issue, ‘Gender and Development’, ed. Ann Stewart), Issue 21: 2018: 50 — 57.

DOI: 10.31273/LGD.2018.2105

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Gender and Development (Special Issue 21: 2018)

 

Gender and Development (Special Issue 21: 2018)

The rise of Gender as subject and object of research in recent years is significant. Gender equality and women’s rights have become central to our concept of social justice. Their significance for development, however, extends beyond the concern for social justice to the organisation of political resistance, solidarity, and civil society. Research in Gender and women has provided new critical frameworks on the very concept of development as well as new intellectual movements calling for the revision of development policy, identifying the how agents of development are so often compromised by patriarchal power, their postcolonial condition and the continued hegemony of the West. In this special issue, six distinct papers tackle a diversity of subjects, from people trafficking to craft markets to children and early marriage — and they all make reference to the centrality of recognition, protection and justice made possible only through a deomcratically determined law and legal system.