This second Annual Review of Constitution-Building Processes describes the key issues underlying constitutional transitions in 2014. The first chapter in this volume examines gender equity and agency in the constitutions of many African and Arab countries. The sections on Egypt, Tunisia and Zimbabwe explore the progress, if any, with implementing their constitutions from a gender perspective. This paper is produced by International IDEA’s Constitution-Building Processes Programme in collaboration with prominent experts in the field of constitution-building. The objective of this annual series is to provide detailed overviews of the most significant constitutional events over the course of each year, exploring their relevance to—and interactions with—wider political contexts and trends.