Naila Kabeer

Naila Kabeer has been Professor of Gender and Development at the Gender Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science since 2013. She has undertaken extensive research work in the area of Inequality, gender and collective action. Her publications include Reversed realities: gender hierarchies in development thought (Verso, 1994) The power to choose: Bangladeshi women and labour supply decision-making in London and Dhaka (Verso, 2000 and Kali for Women 2001)  Gender and social protection in the informal economy (Commonwealth Secretariat/Routledge, 2008), Can the MDGs provide a pathway to social justice? The challenge of intersecting inequalities (IDS/MDG Achievement Fund, 2010) and more recently Organizing women workers in the informal economy: beyond the weapons of weak (Zed Press, 2013).
August 17, 2019

Solidarity- Personal is Political

August 17, 2017

Group Rights and gender justice: exploring tensions within the Gond community in India

July 12, 2010

Women’s Empowerment and Development Interventions

The ideal approach in any intervention will be to ensure that concerns about gender equality are present in the ideas, information, vision and commitment of the different actors that conceptualize, design, implement, evaluate and learn from different stages of an intervention, in order to make an enormous difference to what the intervention is able to achieve.