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Gender & Development: Working on Gender Equality in Fragile Contexts

By 2030, the global share of people living in poverty in fragile and conflict-affected situations is estimated to reach 46 per cent. This issue of Gender & Development looks at fragility from a gender perspective. Contributions from researchers, practitioners, policymakers and feminist activists all point to the pressing need, based on women’s and girls’ realities, to address gender inequality in policy and practice in fragile contexts, in order to build truly stable and peaceful environments for all to live in.

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Category
Primers
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Global
Topics
Girl-child
Poverty
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Gender & Development