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While issues of ‘gender’, notably ‘gender programming’ and ‘gender mainstreaming’ have been prominent in the humanitarian sector for some time, surprisingly little attention has been paid to the ways in which the sector itself is gendered. Gender is often seen as an operational problem and much of the humanitarian literature which deals with this is, thus, problem-solving in nature. Critical approaches which interrogate and question the ways in which gendered logics structure the

Journal of Humanitarian Affairs
Gender Norm Change during Displacement?
Michelle Lokot

2015 ’, 8 February, (accessed 16 November 2020 ). Inter-Sector Coordination Group ( 2018 ), Review of Gender Mainstreaming in Rohingya Refugee Response in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh . Final Report, March,

Journal of Humanitarian Affairs