This edited volume is the result of a collaborative effort coordinated by UNIDIR to uncover new areas of research in the nuclear domain that could benefit from being examined not only through a gender lens but also through an intersectional analysis.

Building on decades of work by gender scholars, women’s rights organizations and nuclear disarmament advocates, the papers explore gendered and intersectional dimensions of nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament, including: demographic diversity among policy communities; justice claims of nuclear survivors; gender gaps in public opinion on nuclear weapons; feminist foreign policies in Latin America and the Caribbean; and synergies between nuclear treaties and gender equality frameworks.

UNIDIR hopes that the analyses presented here will represent a springboard for new and inclusive efforts towards nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament.

Citation: Renata H. Dalaqua (ed.) (2024). "From the Margins to the Mainstream: Advancing Intersectional Gender Analysis of Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament", UNIDIR, Geneva.