“Advancing Southeast Asia Through Gender Mainstreaming“
Gender inequality has become a salient issue considering that most societies in Southeast Asia are predominantly patriarchal, not to mention the immense occurrence of gender-based violence in the region. This has induced an increase in gender-based advocacy movements in the region’s grassroots level of society. One of the discourses promoted by the advocacy movements to the policymakers is Gender Mainstreaming, an internationally encompassing strategy to materialize gender equality as mentioned above, deemed a solution to alarming gender-based issues such as gender-based violence derived from gender inequality through its demand for greater consideration based on gender perspective in the policymaking process.
At the regional level, although ASEAN has shown its initiative on gender mainstreaming through ASEAN Gender Mainstreaming Strategic Framework, cooperation between member states on eradicating gender-based alarming issues is still very limited. In addition, ASEAN member states’ awareness and commitment to gender issues are also questionable considering the predominant patriarchal Southeast Asian society. As a consequence, the region still has yet to see formidable progress in eradicating gender-based alarming issues such as gender-based violence. Thus, it raised an urgency to push for a greater role of ASEAN in increasing member states’ commitment and awareness of Gender Mainstreaming and intensifying cooperation between member states in the effort to eradicate gender-based alarming issues.
- Introduction: Gender Mainstreaming through Homegrown Knowledge Production and Dissemination
Joel Mark Baysa-Barredo & Tunggul Wicaksono
- A Gender Analysis of Access to Cesta Basica (Food Basket): A Case Study of Likisa and Dili Municipality of Timor-Leste
Lili Chen & Martinho Martins
- Transnational Advocacy Networks on the SDGs Agenda: Eradication of Violence against Women in Indonesia
Cinintya Audori Fathin & Ashilly Achidsti
- Advising the State’s Action in Protecting the Reproductive Rights of Female Laborers in Garment Industry: A Case Study of Women Production Labors in the Setu Garment Factory, West Java
- Addressing Gender-based Violence against Women in Malaysia during the Pandemic
Haezreena B.A. Hamid
- Violence against Women in ASEAN: Governance Conditions for Policy Reform
- Why Class and Gender Identity Matter: Learning from Successful Advocacy of the Former Women Migrant Workers Alliance in Tracap Village, Wonosobo District
- Challenges to the Implementation of Laws and Policies on Gender Equality and the Right to Food in Cambodia
Muy Seo Ngouv
- Dual Systems Theory Analysis: The Impact of Patriarchal Culture on Gender Inequality in the Indonesian Workforce
Tunjung Wijanarka & Christindyah C. Panjaitan
- Gender Identity and Imprisonment: A Case Study of the Pink Prison in Thailand
- Unite to Empower: Exploring the Empowerment Movement of “Single Moms Indonesia” Community
Durrotul Mas’udah & Syukron Subkhi
- Concluding Remarks
15 December 2021 - 14 January 2022
Participants are expected to submit their abstract (including the author’s biography).
17 - 28 January 2022
Abstract Reviewing Process
31 January 2022
Selected Abstract Announcement
28 February 2022
Full Paper Submission Deadline
During this process, papers are ready to be reviewed once available.
11 March 2022
Deadline of Final Review
22 March 2022
Compiled papers will be published on the website and printed. Selected participants will receive an honorarium.