Geraldine Terry

Geraldine Terry is a social development consultant specializing in gender issues.

Terry studied for an MA in Gender Analysis in Development in DEV 1999-2000. She is currently conducting post-graduate research, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, on the gender aspects of adapting to climate change.

Her book Women’s Rights, aimed at a popular audience, was published in 2007 by Oxfam GB and Pluto Press.

She also co-edited “Gender Based Violence” in Oxfam GB’s Working in Gender and Development series. This book is aimed at gender and development practitioners, and was also published in 2007.

Geraldine recently gave a talk on gender and climate change to members of Aprodev in Copenhagen.

Books by Geraldine Terry


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