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In a complex and fluid world conventional approaches and ways of understanding and addressing inequities of gender and sexuality can become increasingly outdated.

Our interdisciplinary expertise, including anthropologists, economists, social and political scientists, as well as digital media, policy and communications practitioners come together to address significant trends and shifts and bring new and cross-cutting perspectives in our work.

We facilitate and promote a more nuanced understanding of gender justice within international development by presenting as thematic interconnections between key gender justice issues. This enables people to drill down deeper into specific or emergent areas of interest which they wish to learn more about.

Select a theme, or click on an arc between two themes to explore the connection in detail.

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Choosing a different perspective will change the analysis of the interconnection