Dr Sarah Bradshaw


Dr Sarah Bradshaw
NameDr Sarah Bradshaw
Job titleProfessor of Gender and Sustainable Development
Research institute
Primary appointmentCentre for Policing
Email addressS.Bradshaw@mdx.ac.uk
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-2193-0130
Contact categoryResearcher

Biography

Biography

Dr Bradshaw joined the University in 1994 and over the years has been Programme Leader for various Development Studies and International Politics programmes, both at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. She has held the positions of Head of Department, Head of School, and was interim Academic Dean of the newly formed  Faculty of Business and Law. She is currently Head of the Centre for Policing and Strategic Lead for Policing Education for the University within the Police Education Consortium.  

She has been involved with Equal Opportunities and Ethics throughout her time at the University and has been Chair of School level Ethics Committees and a member of the University Ethics Committee. She was joint-chair and founder of the University’s Gender Forum. 

She was lead writer for the successful University level Athena Swan award (2021) and more recently the Race Equality Award (2023). 

Her research focuses on the general field of gender and development, with a specific focus on Latin America. All the research she undertakes seeks to have a practical as well as academic application, through informing teaching, as the basis of advocacy initiatives seeking to influence policy makers, or being used to promote discussion and action among actors of organised civil society.

From the late 1990s she has worked with Nicaraguan Non-governmental Organisations (NGOs) and social and women's movements to promote women's rights. In particular working with the Nicaraguan feminist NGO, Puntos de Encuentro and this work took her into new and emerging fields such as social communication initiatives for social change, including working on their popular TV 'social soaps' Sexto Sentido and Contracorriente.

Living in Nicaragua when Hurricane Mitch struck in 1998, during the relief and reconstruction phase she worked with the Civil Coordinator for Emergency and Reconstruction (CCER), a consortium of NGOs, groups and movements formed in response to the hurricane, and was involved in a number of studies looking at post-disaster reconstruction. This interest in 'disasters' has continued, and informs her research, teaching and PhD supervision today. In 2013 she published the first book on the topic of 'Gender, Development and Disasters' (Edward Elgar). Her expertise in this field has led to work with various UN initiatives, including lobbying during the intergovernmental negotiations over the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction in 2015 as well as a number of media appearances.

In 2015 she worked with the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), a global initiative of the United Nations that worked closely with other United Nations agencies, multilateral financing institutions, as well as other international organizations in shaping the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. She was commissioned to write the report on Women and Economic Development for the High Level Panel of Eminent Persons charged with developing the first, draft set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).  

Her recent funded research projects have have included exploring ecosystem services and urban transformations in Brazil (RCUK-CONFAP) and undertaking a Gender Evidence Synthesis on poverty alleviation (ESRC/DFID). She has worked with various international organisations and agencies including the United Nations, most recently working with the United Nations Research Institute for Social Development to define and re-launch their Gender and Development programme. 

As Thematic Lead for Gender and Intersectionality she led on developing an innovative approach for drawing lessons learned from the de-colonial and feminist approach adopted on the Gender Responsive Resilience & Intersectionality in Policy and Practice (GRRIPP) project as well as providing a deep, qualitative understanding of the impact of this £4.8 million GCRF Networking plus Partnering for Resilience grant.  

Teaching

Pedagogic interests

Ensuring quality of content through research led teaching;                                  Supporting student learning through creative assessment;                                      Providing practical skills for enhanced employability;                                          Promoting diversity and equal opportunities within the curriculum

Teaching areas

Policy and policy evaluation;                                                                                  Research Methods;                                                                                                Gender, Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity;                                                       Humanitarianism and post-disaster response.

 Innovation

Invited speaker at the IXX edition of the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) Summer School on the Latin American Economies on ‘The contribution of Feminist Economics to Development. ECLAC Headquarters Santiago de Chile, 27 -  28th August 2018.

Joint development (with Professor Joshua Castellino) and delivery of a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) Human Rights, Human Wrongs financed via the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network on Equality and Rights in the post-2015 era. First aired September 2016 with 1000+ students enrolled. Aired annually. A taught module also delivered in Middlesex utilising the MOOC resources

 Provision of lectures on Feminist and theory and Post Structuralism for Kulturstudier In cooperation with the faculty of International Studies at Oslo and Akershus University College, Leon, Nicaragua March 2015; 2016; 2017

Invited to join the European Association of Development Institutes (EADI) mentoring scheme for early career academics from the Global South (June 2017)

Provision of lectures and PhD and Early Career Academics workshops at Centro de Desarrollo Urbano Sustentable, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, as part of ERASMUS+, 5 – 9th September 2016

Invited speaker at the Geographical Association’s Annual Teaching Conference – Crossing Boundaries - University of Surrey 14 – 16th April, 2014.  

Education and qualifications

B.A. (Hons) Economics
30 Aug 1987
University of Manchester
M.A. Latin American Studies
30 Sept 1988
University of Liverpool
PhD

‘Female-headed households in Honduras: A study of their formation and survival in low-income communities'

30 Sept 1996
London School of Economics and Political Science
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
31 Oct 2017

Grants

Grants and commissioned research

Gender Responsive Resilience & Intersectionality in Policy and Practice (GRRIPP) GCRF Networking plus Partnering for Resilience grant, awarded November 2019 Thematic Lead on Intersectional Gender and Lead for Monitoring and Evaluation (PI UCL £4.8 million)

‘Recognising prior learning and designing flexible learning in the Police Education Quality Framework’ toolkit designed by the Policing Education Consortium (Co-I), commissioned by the College of Policing, September 2022 – March 2023

‘The future of the Gender and Development Programme of UNRISD’ work commissioned by the United Nations Research Institute for Social Development, July 2019 – April 2020 PI

Environmental assets, poverty and wellbeing: Gendered understandings in urban Nicaragua. Awarded under HEFCE Overseas Development Assistance (ODA) funding. PI. January – March 2017

‘Gender and Accountability: Ensuring inclusion in citizen-led accountability programming relating to extractive industries’ Oxfam America October – November 2015 PI

ADEPT: Developing the Ecosystem Approach to Derive Positive urban Transformations in the context of intersecting vulnerabilities. Awarded under RCUK-CONFAP Research Partnership scheme. PI. January 2015– August 2016.

‘Gender and Environmental Change' report commissioned by International Institute for Environment and Development, UK, January - March 2014 PI

Evidence Synthesis Research Award (ESRA) Gender Theme, for the ESRC/DFID Joint Poverty Alleviation Fund scheme. PI. July 2014 – September 2015.

Bridging the humanitarian-development divide. Awarded under the British Academy/Leverhulme Small Research Grants programme. PI. April 2014 – July 2015.

‘Women's role in economic development: Overcoming the constraints' Background paper prepared for the High-Level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post-2015 Development Agenda, May 2013. PI

‘Women and Girls in Disaster' report commissioned by Department for International Development, UK, March – May 2013. Joint-PI

‘Gender and Disaster Risk Reduction and Recovery' Production of a Training Course for Bureau for Crisis Prevention and Recovery, United Nations Development Program, October 2009. Joint-PI

‘Gender and land rights in disaster management settings' Consultancy for the Food and Agricultural Agency (FAO), United Nations, June 2007. PI

Gendered experiences of well-being: Understanding how familial relations translate economic, social and sexual rights into practice, research funding to Puntos de Encuentro provided by UNFPA and various donors, Nicaragua, 2007, PI.

Gendered relations of poverty: Looking inside poor households, research funded by the Dutch Embassy, Nicaragua, 2002, PI

Cooperation, conflict and strategies to confront crisis: A study of household responses to Hurricane Mitch from a gender perspective, research funded by Oxfam GB, 2001, PI.

‘Socio-economic Impacts of Natural Disasters: A gender analysis' Regional study commissioned by the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, May 1999, PI.

Prizes and Awards

External activities

Roles
External organisations

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Fellowships and Honorary positions

Honorary Professor, Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction, University College London (from August 2020)

Centre for Gender and Disaster Studies, UCL (2017 - )

Institute of Latin American Studies, University of London (2008–2012)

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Boards and committees

Member of the organizing Team for High-Level Dialogue 4: Accelerating Financing for Risk Prevention ahead of the seventh session of the Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction (GP2022) (July 2021 – present).

The United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), member of Thematic Group Three on ‘Social Inclusion: Gender, Inequalities, and Human Rights’ advocating on the post-2015 development agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) (July 2014 - 2019) http://unsdsn.org/

The United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR) ‘Open-ended Intergovernmental Expert Working Group on Terminology and Indicators relating to Disaster Risk Reduction’, Geneva, November 2015; February 2016.

Representative of the Women’s Major Group for Disaster Risk Reduction writing and presenting statements at the Co-chairs and Preparatory Committee meetings of the Member States on the post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction (Sendai Framework) Geneva, September - March 2015.

Advisor: Commission for civil society consultation on the World Bank Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP), World Bank and Government of Nicaragua (2001)

Advisor: Commission for the design of the National Living Standards Survey, Government of Nicaragua (2001).

Representative: Joint civil society and government commission for disasters, Government of Nicaragua (2000-2001).

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Editorial positions

Bradshaw, S. Fordham, M Gaillard, JC, Yadav, P (eds) Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Natural Hazard Science, Gender volume On-line resource that provides comprehensive coverage of all aspects of gender, hazards and disasters.

Wood, D. Bradshaw, S. Dickens, T. Parker-McLeod, J. (eds) Blackstone's Handbook for Policing Students, Oxford University Press: Oxford. On the editorial board since 2021. This core text for all new police recruits is updated and published annually.

Editorial Board of the Bulletin of Latin American Research (March 2014 – 2019)

Research outputs

Extractivism and the engendering of disasters: disaster risk creation in the era of the Anthropocene

Bradshaw, S. 2024. Extractivism and the engendering of disasters: disaster risk creation in the era of the Anthropocene. Disaster Prevention and Management. https://doi.org/10.1108/DPM-06-2023-0146

Creating disaster risk and constructing gendered vulnerability

Bradshaw, S., Linneker, B. and Overton, L. 2022. Creating disaster risk and constructing gendered vulnerability. in: Bankoff, G. and Hilhorst, D. (ed.) Why Vulnerability Still Matters: The politics of disaster risk creation Routledge. pp. 51-67

The discord between discourse and data in engendering resilience building for sustainability

Bradshaw, S., Hawthorne, H. and Linneker, B. 2020. The discord between discourse and data in engendering resilience building for sustainability. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. 50. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijdrr.2020.101860

It’s gender Jim, but not as we know it … A critical review of constructions of gendered knowledge of the global south

Bradshaw, S., Linneker, B. and Sanders-McDonagh, E. 2020. It’s gender Jim, but not as we know it … A critical review of constructions of gendered knowledge of the global south. European Journal of Women’s Studies. 27 (2), pp. 128-144. https://doi.org/10.1177/1350506819847233

Challenges and changes in gendered poverty: the feminization, de-feminization, and re-feminization of poverty in Latin America

Bradshaw, S., Chant, S. and Linneker, B. 2019. Challenges and changes in gendered poverty: the feminization, de-feminization, and re-feminization of poverty in Latin America. Feminist Economics. 25 (1), pp. 119-144. https://doi.org/10.1080/13545701.2018.1529417

Sex disaggregation alone will not energize equality

Bradshaw, S. 2018. Sex disaggregation alone will not energize equality. Nature Energy. 3 (10), pp. 813-815. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41560-018-0247-4

Gender and poverty: what we know, don’t know, and need to know for Agenda 2030

Bradshaw, S., Chant, S. and Linneker, B. 2017. Gender and poverty: what we know, don’t know, and need to know for Agenda 2030. Gender Place and Culture. 24 (12), pp. 1667-1688. https://doi.org/10.1080/0966369X.2017.1395821

Extractive industries as sites of supernormal profits and supernormal patriarchy?

Bradshaw, S., Linneker, B. and Overton, L. 2017. Extractive industries as sites of supernormal profits and supernormal patriarchy? Gender & Development. 25 (3), pp. 439-454. https://doi.org/10.1080/13552074.2017.1379780

The gendered terrain of disaster risk reduction including climate change adaptation

Bradshaw, S. and Linneker, B. 2017. The gendered terrain of disaster risk reduction including climate change adaptation. in: Kelman, I., Mercer, J. and Gaillard, J. (ed.) The Routledge Handbook of Disaster Risk Reduction Including Climate Change Adaptation Abingdon, Oxon Routledge. pp. 129-139

Rereading gender and patriarchy through a "lens of masculinity": the "known" story and new narratives from post-Mitch Nicaragua

Bradshaw, S. 2016. Rereading gender and patriarchy through a "lens of masculinity": the "known" story and new narratives from post-Mitch Nicaragua. in: Enarson, E. and Pease, B. (ed.) Men, Masculinities and Disaster London Routledge. pp. 56-65

Gender and social accountability: ensuring women’s inclusion in citizen-led accountability programming relating to extractive industries. Oxfam America Research Backgrounder series (2016)

Bradshaw, S., Linneker, B. and Overton, L. 2016. Gender and social accountability: ensuring women’s inclusion in citizen-led accountability programming relating to extractive industries. Oxfam America Research Backgrounder series (2016). Oxfam America.

The humanitarian-development divide. Paper prepared for the Solutions Alliance Roundtable, 9- 10 February 2016, Brussels, Belgium

Bradshaw, S. 2016. The humanitarian-development divide. Paper prepared for the Solutions Alliance Roundtable, 9- 10 February 2016, Brussels, Belgium. Brussels, Belgium Solutions Alliance Roundtable.

Sustainability and gender equality: exploring the post-2015 sustainable development agenda

Bradshaw, S. 2015. Sustainability and gender equality: exploring the post-2015 sustainable development agenda. in: Nightingale, A. and Böhler, T. (ed.) Environment and Sustainability in a Globalizing World London Routledge.

The gendered destruction and reconstruction of assets and the transformative potential of ‘disasters'

Bradshaw, S. and Linneker, B. 2015. The gendered destruction and reconstruction of assets and the transformative potential of ‘disasters'. in: Moser, C. (ed.) Gender, asset accumulation and just cities: pathways to transformation Abingdon, Oxon Routledge. pp. 164-180

Gendered rights in the post-2015 development and disasters agendas

Bradshaw, S. 2015. Gendered rights in the post-2015 development and disasters agendas. IDS Bulletin. 46 (4), pp. 59-65. https://doi.org/10.1111/1759-5436.12158

Sustainable development and social inclusion: why a changed approach is central to combating vulnerability

Castellino, J. and Bradshaw, S. 2015. Sustainable development and social inclusion: why a changed approach is central to combating vulnerability. Washington International Law Journal. 24 (3), pp. 459-494.

Sustainable development and social inclusion: why a changed approach is central to combating vulnerability [conference item]

Castellino, J. and Bradshaw, S. 2015. Sustainable development and social inclusion: why a changed approach is central to combating vulnerability [conference item]. Symposium on The Post-2015 Development Agenda: From the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). University of Washington, Seattle, USA 01 May 2015

Engendering development and disasters

Bradshaw, S. 2014. Engendering development and disasters. Disasters. 39 (1), pp. s54-s75. https://doi.org/10.1111/disa.12111

Double disaster: disaster risk through a gender lens

Bradshaw, S. and Fordham, M. 2014. Double disaster: disaster risk through a gender lens. in: Collins, A., Jones, S., Manyena, B. and Jayawickrama, J. (ed.) Hazards, Risks and Disasters in Society Elsevier. pp. 233-251

Gender and environmental change in the developing world

Bradshaw, S., Linneker, B. and International Institute for Environment and Development - IIED 2014. Gender and environmental change in the developing world. London International Institute for Environment and Development - IIED.

‘From Structural Adjustment to Social Adjustment: A Gendered Analysis of Conditional Cash Transfer Programmes in Mexico and Nicaragua’, Global Social Policy, 2008, 8, 2, 188–207.

Bradshaw, S. 2014. ‘From Structural Adjustment to Social Adjustment: A Gendered Analysis of Conditional Cash Transfer Programmes in Mexico and Nicaragua’, Global Social Policy, 2008, 8, 2, 188–207. in: Chant, S. and Beetham, G. (ed.) Gender, Poverty, and Development Abingdon, Oxon Routledge.

Women and girls in disasters

Bradshaw, S., Fordham, M. and Department for International Development - DFID, UK 2013. Women and girls in disasters. London Department for International Development - DFID.

Women's role in economic development: overcoming the constraints, prepared for the High-Level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post-2015 Development Agenda

Bradshaw, S., Castellino, J. and Diop, B. 2013. Women's role in economic development: overcoming the constraints, prepared for the High-Level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post-2015 Development Agenda. The United Nations.

Bridging the humanitarain-development divide

Bradshaw, S. and Plan International, UK 2013. Bridging the humanitarain-development divide. in: In Double Jeopardy: Adolescent girls and disasters', Because I am a Girl report: The state of the world's girls 2013 Plan International, UK.

Women's decision-making in rural and urban households in Nicaragua: the influence of income and ideology

Bradshaw, S. 2013. Women's decision-making in rural and urban households in Nicaragua: the influence of income and ideology. Environment and Urbanisation. 25 (1), pp. 81-94.

Gender, development and disasters

Bradshaw, S. 2013. Gender, development and disasters. Edward Elgar Publishing.

Decisiones económicas e intimas de las mujeres (Women's economic and intimate decisions)

Bradshaw, S. and Puntos de Encuentro, Managua, Nicaragua 2011. Decisiones económicas e intimas de las mujeres (Women's economic and intimate decisions). Puntos de Encuentro, Managua, Nicaragua.

Men, women and disasters: masculinities v femininisation

Bradshaw, S. 2009. Men, women and disasters: masculinities v femininisation. Second India Disaster Management Congress. Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi 04 - 06 Nov 2009

Poverty alleviation in a changing policy and political context: the case of PRSPs in Latin America

Bradshaw, S. and Linneker, B. 2010. Poverty alleviation in a changing policy and political context: the case of PRSPs in Latin America. in: Chant, S. (ed.) The international handbook on gender and poverty Cheltenham Edward Elgar. pp. 516-521

Feminisation or de-feminisation? Gendered experiences of poverty post-disaster

Bradshaw, S. 2010. Feminisation or de-feminisation? Gendered experiences of poverty post-disaster. in: Chant, S. (ed.) International Handbook on Gender and Poverty Cheltenham Edward Elgar. pp. 627-632

Gender perspectives on disaster reconstruction in Nicaragua: reconstructing roles and relations?

Bradshaw, S. and Linneker, B. 2009. Gender perspectives on disaster reconstruction in Nicaragua: reconstructing roles and relations? in: Enarson, E. and Chakrabarti, P. (ed.) Women, gender and disaster: global issues and initiatives Sage. pp. 75-88

Engendering disasters: feminization of response or a feminization of responsibility?

Bradshaw, S. 2009. Engendering disasters: feminization of response or a feminization of responsibility? Regional Development Dialogue. 30 (1), pp. 123-131.

An unholy Trinity: the Church, the State, the Banks and the challenges for women mobilising for change in Nicaragua

Bradshaw, S. 2008. An unholy Trinity: the Church, the State, the Banks and the challenges for women mobilising for change in Nicaragua. IDS Bulletin. 39 (6), pp. 67-74. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1759-5436.2008.tb00513.x

Women beneficiaries or women bearing the cost? A gendered analysis of the Red de Protección Social in Nicaragua

Bradshaw, S. and Víquez, A. 2008. Women beneficiaries or women bearing the cost? A gendered analysis of the Red de Protección Social in Nicaragua. Development and Change. 39 (5), pp. 823-844. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-7660.2008.00507.x

From structural adjustment to social adjustment: a gendered analysis of conditional cash transfer programmes in Mexico and Nicaragua

Bradshaw, S. 2008. From structural adjustment to social adjustment: a gendered analysis of conditional cash transfer programmes in Mexico and Nicaragua. Global Social Policy. 8 (2), pp. 188-207. https://doi.org/10.1177/1468018108090638

Is the rights focus the right focus? Nicaraguan responses to the rights agenda

Bradshaw, S. 2008. Is the rights focus the right focus? Nicaraguan responses to the rights agenda. in: Molyneux, M. and Cornwall, A. (ed.) The politics of rights: dilemmas for feminist praxis London Routledge. pp. 155-167

Talking rights or what is right: understandings and strategies around sexual, reproductive and abortion rights in Nicaragua.

Bradshaw, S., Criquillion, A., Castillo, V. and Wilson, G. 2008. Talking rights or what is right: understandings and strategies around sexual, reproductive and abortion rights in Nicaragua. in: Mukhopadhyay, M. and Meer, S. (ed.) Gender, rights and development: a global sourcebook. Royal Tropical Institute. pp. 57-68

The gender and disaster sourcebook [E-book]

Anderson, C., Ariyabandu, M., Bradshaw, S., Enarson, E., Fordham, M., Hay, R., Katwikirize, S., Karanci, N., Meyreles, L. and Schwoebel, M. 2008. The gender and disaster sourcebook [E-book]. Gender and Disasters Network.

The changing nature of change: a Nicaraguan feminist experience

Bradshaw, S., Solorzano, I., Bank, A. and Proceedings of the World Congress on Communication for Development 2007. The changing nature of change: a Nicaraguan feminist experience. Rome Proceedings of the World Congress on Communication for Development.

Is the rights focus the right focus? Nicaraguan responses to the rights agenda

Bradshaw, S. 2006. Is the rights focus the right focus? Nicaraguan responses to the rights agenda. Third World Quarterly. 27 (7), pp. 1329-1341. https://doi.org/10.1080/01436590600933693

Gender analysis in assessing the economic impacts of natural disasters.

Bradshaw, S. and Arenas, A. 2004. Gender analysis in assessing the economic impacts of natural disasters. CEPAL - Serie manuales.

Socio-economic impacts of natural disasters: a gender analysis.

Bradshaw, S. 2004. Socio-economic impacts of natural disasters: a gender analysis. CEPAL - Serie manuales.

Evaluation of the development and implementation of the poverty reduction strategy in Nicaragua

Bradshaw, S., Linneker, B., Quirós Víquez, A. and Coordinadora Civil, Managua, Nicaragua 2004. Evaluation of the development and implementation of the poverty reduction strategy in Nicaragua. Managua, Nicaragua.

Gender mainstreaming in poverty reduction strategies

Bradshaw, S., Quirós Víquez, A., Linneker, B. and Centro de Información y Servicios de Asesoría en Salud - CISAS 2004. Gender mainstreaming in poverty reduction strategies. Managua, Nicaragua Centro de Información y Servicios de Asesoría en Salud - CISAS.

On the margins and the mainstream: engendering the disasters agenda.

Bradshaw, S. 2004. On the margins and the mainstream: engendering the disasters agenda. Gender Equality and Disaster Risk Reduction Workshop.. Honolulu, Hawai‘i 10 - 12 Aug 2004

Evaluación del avance y la implementación de la ERCERP en Nicaragua a dos años de su aprobación

Quirós Víquez, A., Bradshaw, S., Linneker, B. and Coordinadora Civil, Managua, Nicaragua 2003. Evaluación del avance y la implementación de la ERCERP en Nicaragua a dos años de su aprobación. Coordinadora Civil, Managua, Nicaragua Coordinadora Civil, Managua, Nicaragua.

Las mujeres en Nicaragua, la pobreza y como se pretende reducirla

Bradshaw, S., Linneker, B., Quirós Víquez, A. and GTZ 2003. Las mujeres en Nicaragua, la pobreza y como se pretende reducirla. in: Reducción de la Pobreza, Gobernabilidad Democrática y Equidad de Genero Managua, Nicaragua GTZ.

Desafiando la pobreza: perspectivas de genero y estrategias para la reduccion de la pobreza en Nicaragua y Honduras

Bradshaw, S. and Linneker, B. 2003. Desafiando la pobreza: perspectivas de genero y estrategias para la reduccion de la pobreza en Nicaragua y Honduras. London CIIR-ICD.

Handbook for estimating the socio-economic and environmental effects of disasters.

Bradshaw, S. and Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) 2003. Handbook for estimating the socio-economic and environmental effects of disasters. United Nations, ECLAC & International Bank for Reconstruction & Development (The World Bank)..

Civil society responses to poverty reduction strategies in Nicaragua

Bradshaw, S. and Linneker, B. 2003. Civil society responses to poverty reduction strategies in Nicaragua. Progress in Development Studies. 3 (2), pp. 146-157. https://doi.org/10.1191/1464993403ps058ra

Challenging women's poverty: perspectives on gender and poverty reduction strategies from Nicaragua and Honduras.

Bradshaw, S. and Linneker, B. 2003. Challenging women's poverty: perspectives on gender and poverty reduction strategies from Nicaragua and Honduras. CIIR-ICD Briefing London.

Exploring the gender dimensions of reconstruction processes post-hurricane Mitch.

Bradshaw, S. 2002. Exploring the gender dimensions of reconstruction processes post-hurricane Mitch. Journal of International Development. 14 (6), pp. 871-879. https://doi.org/10.1002/jid.932

Social roles and spatial relations of NGOs and civil society.

Bradshaw, S., Linneker, B. and Zuniga, R. 2002. Social roles and spatial relations of NGOs and civil society. in: Willis, K. and Mcllwaine, C. (ed.) Challenges and change in Middle America: perspectives on development in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. Harlow Pearson Education. pp. 243-269

Gendered poverties and power relations: looking inside communities and households.

Bradshaw, S. 2002. Gendered poverties and power relations: looking inside communities and households. Nicaragua Puntos de Encuentro.

Reconstructing roles and relations: women's participation in reconstruction in post-Mitch Nicaragua

Bradshaw, S. 2001. Reconstructing roles and relations: women's participation in reconstruction in post-Mitch Nicaragua. Gender & Development. 9 (3), pp. 79-87. https://doi.org/10.1080/13552070127757

Reconstructing roles and relations: women's participation in reconstruction in post-Mitch Nicaragua

Bradshaw, S. and Oxfam 2001. Reconstructing roles and relations: women's participation in reconstruction in post-Mitch Nicaragua. in: Sweetman, C. (ed.) Gender, development and humanitarian work Oxford Oxfam. pp. 79-87

Challenging poverty, vulnerability and social exclusion in Nicaragua: some considerations for poverty reduction strategies

Bradshaw, S. and Linneker, B. 2001. Challenging poverty, vulnerability and social exclusion in Nicaragua: some considerations for poverty reduction strategies. The Nicaraguan Academic Journal. 2 (2), pp. 186-224.

Dangerous liaisons: women, men and Hurricane Mitch.

Bradshaw, S. 2001. Dangerous liaisons: women, men and Hurricane Mitch. Managua, Nicaragua Fundacion Puntos de Encuentro.

Women's access to employment and the formation of women-headed households in rural and urban Honduras

Bradshaw, S. 1995. Women's access to employment and the formation of women-headed households in rural and urban Honduras. Bulletin of Latin American Research. 14 (2), pp. 143-158.

Female-headed households in Honduras: perspectives on rural-urban differences

Bradshaw, S. 1995. Female-headed households in Honduras: perspectives on rural-urban differences. Third World Planning Review. 17 (2), pp. 117-131.

Women in Chilean rural society

Bradshaw, S. 1990. Women in Chilean rural society. in: Hojman, D. (ed.) Neo-liberal agriculture in rural Chile London Macmillan. pp. 110-126
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