Dosieres monográficos previstos para:

Nº 43 (January 2024). The Sustainable Development Goals from a gender equality perspective (Coord. Gladys Merma-Molina, Mayra Urrea-Solano, Diego Gavilán-Martín).

Deadline for receipt of articles (only in English) through the journal's website: January 30, 2023.

Gender equality is a fundamental right and one of the central axis for building a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable world. This is why there is a specific Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) in the 2030 Agenda - SDG 5 - that seeks to empower women and girls and which, in turn, states that gender inequality involves economic, political and social factors at a time.
In the 21st century, women are key drivers for development and change, especially through their increasing participation in education and employment. Therefore, the gender dimension of the SDGs cannot be overlooked. In short, ignoring that the remaining 16 SDGs are directly and indirectly related to gender equality could lead to a skewed development world. Based on these arguments, this monographic issue answers the following questions: How do the SDGs contribute to improving the situation of women and girls? How to integrate the SDGs, with a gender perspective into university activities? How to include gender equality in the SDGs? How to reduce and/or eliminate gender imbalances affecting women in the 21st century with the SDGs?
The aim of this monograph is to provide a platform for researchers to share studies that report on SDG integration processes from a gender perspective in teaching, research, management and university transfer.

This special issue will focus on, but is not limited to, the following topics:

- Empirical research linking gender equality and sustainability in any field of knowledge.
- Experiences of integrating SDG 5, its targets and/or indicators into university teaching, research, management and transfer.
- Violence against women, unpaid care, economic rights, sexual and reproductive rights, and equality in women's leadership and participation in relation to the SDGs.