Gill ALLWOOD

Gill Allwood (UK) is Professor of Gender Politics at Nottingham Trent University, UK. She was subject leader for European Studies 2003-15 and is currently Director of Postgraduate Studies for the School of Arts and Humanities. In 2020, she was awarded the Vice Chancellor’s Outstanding Researcher Award. She has published widely on gender and EU external action, in particular development, migration and climate change (see full list of publications). In 2018, she worked with CONCORD to research and write a report on the implementation and impact of the second Gender Action Plan (GAPII). She was Editor of the Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 2014-18, and is on the International Advisory Board of the European Journal of Politics and Gender. She was Co-Chair of the European Union Section of the European Conference on Politics and Gender, Lausanne, 2017, and was Co-Chair of the Council for European Studies Standing Group on Gender and Sexuality, 2015-18.

Selected publications:

‘Gender Equality in EU Development Policy in Times of Crisis’, Political Studies Review, July 2019.

‘Agenda-Setting, Agenda-Blocking and Policy Silence: Why is there no EU Policy on Prostitution?’, Women’s Studies International Forum, 69, July-August 2018, pp. 126-34.

‘Horizontal Policy Coordination and Gender Mainstreaming: the Case of the European Union’s Global Approach to Migration and Mobility’, Women’s Studies International Forum, 48, January-February 2015, pp. 9-17.

‘Gender Mainstreaming and EU Climate Change Policy’, European Integration Online Papers, 18(6), November 2014, pp. 1-26.

‘Gender Mainstreaming and Policy Coherence for Development: Unintended Gender Consequences and EU Policy, Women’s Studies International Forum, 39, July-August 2013, pp. 42-52.