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(Institute of Development Studies, 2022-12-06)This volume is part of the Intersections series which explores how the intertwining of gender, religious marginality, socioeconomic exclusion and other factors shape the realities of women and men in contexts where religious ...
(John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 2022-10-26)Aid agencies that support public accountability reforms commonly do so in the same places, and with similar state and civil society actors. However, the combined effects of their separate programmatic actions are rarely ...
(Institute of Development Studies, 2022-12-12)Despite a growing focus on the justice dimensions of climate and environmental change, this issue of the IDS Bulletin argues that there are still ‘blind spots’ in dominant mainstream approaches to climate and environmental ...
(Institute of Development Studies, 2022-12-12)This is the Notes on Contributors for IDS Bulletin 53.4: Reframing Climate and Environmental Justice.
(Institute of Development Studies, 2022-12-12)This issue of the IDS Bulletin brings together a range of empirically grounded studies that add to – and challenge – contemporary debates on climate and environmental justice. Despite a growing focus on justice dimensions ...