Gender, Sexuality and Social Justice

Gender, Sexuality and Social Justice

Unpacking Dominant Development and Policy Discourses

Antillon Najlis, Camilo; Heumann, Silke

Taylor & Francis Ltd






15 a 20 dias

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1. Mapping the intersections of gender, sexuality, 'race' and social justice in development and policy discourses PART I Gender, sexual rights and non-normative gender expressions and sexualities 2. Understanding incarceration and spousal/partner relationships: an exploration of female imprisonment and its effects on family relations in Zimbabwe 3. Colombian women and US servicemen: encounters and experiences from Melgar 4. Salir adelante: the intersections of teenage pregnancy as experienced in the city of Monterrey, Mexico PART II Unpacking development and policy interventions in the field of sexual and reproductive health and rights 5. Women's sexual rights and empowerment beyond the liberal paradigm: understanding sexuality and power relations from the life experiences of young women 6. Examining power/knowledge in the contestations of medical male circumcision in Zimbabwe 7. Silences and misrepresentations in the international child marriage discourse: a double reading of Girls Not Brides 8. Bending the private-public gender norms: schooling experiences of young mothers from low-income households in Kenya 9. Politics of identities: problematics of categories, labels and languages in LGBTQI+ movement in Bangladesh PART III Gender, sexuality and 'race': migration and the politics of identity and othering 10. Narratives of being and belonging from the perspectives of young Dutch-Muslims in the Netherlands 11. Men, migration and masculinities: an intersectional analysis of Bangladeshi migrant men in The Hague, the Netherlands 12. Migration, sex work and exploitative labor conditions: experiences of Nigerian women in the sex industry in Turin, Italy, and counter-trafficking measures
Sexuality;Global South;International Development;Inequality;Social Justice;Sexual Empowerment;Reproductive health;Sexual diversity;Heteronormativity;Teenage pregnancy;NGOs;LGBT;LGBTIQ;Development Policy;Discrimination;Gender Studies;Sexuality Studies