- Heteronormativity - the assumption that heterosexuality is the norm and any other form of sexual desire, expression or relationship is abnormal or wrong - has many potential implications for international development. This new Guide explores research, policy and practice which has offered an analysis of the impact of heteronormativity on issues such as economic justice, human rights and health.
- Gender and social protection
Social protection as a poverty reduction strategy has been gaining more and more attention in the last few years. The term "social protection" can be used to describe a range of public, private or informal interventions to reduce vulnerability and risk faced by poor people. This key issues guide presents an introduction to the issues and considers some policy implications in providing gender-sensitive social protection interventions in developing countries.