Speakers will share insights from the latest research on how LGBT communities experience poverty and suggest ways in which we can partner together to tackle marginalisation.
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This event will explore how British institutions can ensure the best possible outcomes for sex workers and clients and the communities they live and work in.
We work to better understand the relationship between sexual rights and poverty to help make sexual rights real.
Understanding the links between sexuality, gender plurality and poverty and producing practical options for activists and policymakers for strengthening legal protection of LGBTIQ people and sexuality rights.
The central aim of this programme is to influence norms and institutions at global and local levels to more effectively tackle the challenge of achieving gender equality.
The purpose of this VAWG (Violence Against Women and Girls) Helpdesk paper is to provide a brief overview of what types of legislative reform are most effective in protecting women and girls from VAWG.
Reframing Gender Justice in an Unequal, Volatile World: IDS’ Directions for Future Research on Gender and Sexuality in Development
Published by: IDS
We here aim to outline priority directions for future research on gender and sexuality in development, which are needed to advance our understanding of gender and sexuality in an increasingly unequal, polarised and volatile world.