Gender has always been, and remains, significant to debates and practice across all fields of international law. From examining the progress of legal instruments engaged with gender issues to expanding our vision of who is recognised in legal history, the works showcased in this collection highlight the importance of gender norms, identity, and equality to the ongoing development and practice of international law.

All chapters and articles featured are free to access until 31 August 2023.

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