COVID-19 AND GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE: REFLECTIONS FROM A “DATA FOR DEVELOPMENT” PROJECT ON THE COLOMBIA-VENEZUELA BORDER
With Julia Margaret Zulver and Lorena Fuentes. (2021). International Feminist Journal of Politics.
PROGRAMMATIC NORMS CHANGE TO ELIMINATE VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN: INSIGHTS FOR PRACTITIONERS AND RESEARCHERS FROM A UNICEF GLOBAL MAPPING STUDY
With Lorena Fuentes, Abha Shri Saxena and Shreyasi Jha. (2020). Global Public Health.
Counting Gender (In)Equality? A Feminist Critique of the Gender Data Revolution.
With Lorena Fuentes. (2019) Gender, Place and Culture.
Families on the move.
With Eleonore Kofman. (2019) In: Progress of the World’s Women 2019-2020: Families in a Changing World. New York: UN Women.
Peruvian mothers contending with conditional aid and its selective inattention to the conditions of rural life.
(2018) In: Money from the Government in Latin America: Conditional Cash Transfers and Rural Lives. Eds. Balen, M.E. & Fotta, M. Oxford, UK: Routledge.
Unjust Conditions: Women’s Work and the Hidden Cost of Cash Transfer Programs.
(2018) Oakland, CA: University of California Press. Available Open Access.
Digital technology for health sector governance in low and middle income countries: a scoping review.
With Isaac Holeman and Claudia Pagliari (2016). Journal of Global Health 6(2), 1-11.
Working for inclusion? Conditional cash transfers, rural women, and the reproduction of inequality
(2016) Antipode 48(5), 1187-1205.
Selected policy outputs
SURVEY ON GENDER EQUALITY AT HOME: A GENDER-DATA SNAPSHOT OF LIFE DURING COVID-19
Author. With Ruth Carlitz, Lorena Fuentes and Alex Berryhill. Facebook. 2020.
BUILDING ALLIANCES FOR GENDER EQUALITY: HOW THE TECH COMMUNITY CAN STRENGTHEN THE GENDER DATA ECOSYSTEM
Author. With Lorena Fuentes, Julia Zulver and Melissa Langworthy. Facebook and Ladysmith. 2020.
Family-Oriented cash transfers from a gender perspective: are conditionalities really justified?
Author. UN Women Policy Brief Series No. 13. 2019.
Progress of the World’s Women 2019-2020: Families in a Changing WorlD. UN Women.
Substantive Editor. UN Women. 2019.
Social Protection and Public Services: Tensions and Synergies in the Age of Conditional Cash Transfers.
Presentation. Interactive expert panel at the 63rd Commission on the Status of Women. United Nations. 2019.
Conditional Cash Transfers and Social Protection: From “Using” Gender Norms to Changing Them.
Presentation. Social Protection, Gender Norms and Adolescence: An Expert Dialogue. Overseas Development Institute. 2019.
Measuring Gender Outcomes in Social Protection Programmes.
Webinar. UN Food and Agricultural Organization, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth. 2018.
The Unseen Gender Impact of Conditionality: Extra-Official Conditions. International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth (IPC-IG).
Author. Available in English, French, Portuguese and Spanish. 2017.
Social Protection and Access to Public Services in the Age of Conditionality. UN Women.
Author. Expert Paper for the 63rd Commission on the Status of Women. 2019.
Women Migrant Workers in the ASEAN Economic Community. UN Women.
Digital Technology for Health Sector Governance: A Scoping Review of Research and Practice. USAID.
Selected Opinion Editorials
TECH COMPANIES CAN SUPPORT WOMEN IN THE COVID-19 RESPONSE, TOO
With Julia Zulver and Lorena Fuentes. Devex. 2020.
HOW CAN THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY GUARANTEE WOMEN’S RIGHTS DURING MIGRATION?
With Julia Zulver. Devex. 2020.
For equality, women need power in their hands.
With Lorena Fuentes. The Star. 2019.
Want to Promote Gender Equality? Give Women Cash, No Strings Attached.
BRIGHT Magazine. 2019.
The Invisible Care of Women.
Stanford Social Innovation Review. 2018.
The Scholar Magazine. 2018.
The Impact of Periods
With Leah Spelman. Stanford Social Innovation Review. 2017
Counting What Matters: Time Poverty and Women’s Care Work.
Melinda Gates Picks Up the Torch for a Caring Economy.
Women’s eNews. 2016.
Looking Beyond the Numbers: Using Women’s Lived Experiences to Inform Policy.
The Scholar Magazine. 2015.
Paying Women Off is a Lousy Development Strategy.
Women’s eNews. 2014.
Male Allies Wanted for Post-2015 Global Agenda.
Women’s eNews. 2014.
The Uneven Politics of Development.
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation “Impatient Optimists”. 2014.
Maternal Health is an Issue for All.
Huffington Post. 2014.
Gender Poverty Trap?
Huffington Post. 2014.
Higher Education’s Role in Equitable Development.
University World News. 2012.