||The mission of the Journal Gender and Interdisciplinarity (GEI) is intended to inform the academic community about the challenges and perspectives facing the interdisciplinary discussion of gender. The objective of GEI is to stimulate debate and scientific production with the purpose of producing knowledge and acting as a social transformer and an instrument of reflection for an equality between individuals. The target audience of our journal is postdoctoral, doctors, masters and graduate students. Thus, the authors must have some degree cited or take a postgraduate course. In addition, GEI will accept co-authored participation. The GEI submission policy will receive scientific articles with a minimum of 5,000 and a maximum of 8,000 words and critical reviews with a minimum of 5 and a maximum of 8 pages. The receipt of the works will be given priority with the opening of Call for Paper, in which the works will be distributed in up to 4 (four) regular annual publications between the months of May, July, September and December, as well as at the discretion of the journal until 3 (three) special editions with works in English.