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We're pleased to announce that the French version of the gender and social movements overview report is ready.
This article on gender, peace and security, by Gesa Bent and Shireen Lau from the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC), outlines s
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This new blog by IDS MA Gender and Development student Jacob Winn reflects on the launch event for the BRIDGE Gender and Social Movements Cutting Edge Pack, held in November at IDS.
The gender and social movements In Brief bulletin can now be downloaded in Spanish and French. Translations of the overview report will be available in the coming months.
Members of the BRIDGE gender and social movements advisory group and community of practice attended the 12th Pacific Women's Conference and wrote a blog outlining some of the key issues discussed.
Cutting Edge Pack author Jessica Horn spoke at a seminar at the Institute of Social Studies at The Hague on 7 October, reflecting on findings from the gender and social movements programme.
The launch of the new BRIDGE gender and social movements online resource is the subject of a news story on the IDS website. Read the story here