Gender, Power, and Decolonizing Research

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Gender, Power, and Decolonizing Research

Time: May 25, 2022 from 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Location: "India time"
Event Type: webinar
Organized By: Save the Children
Latest Activity: May 25

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Global movements like #MeToo and #BlackLivesMatter have reignited calls for social justice in international development. Many donors and non-governmental organizations are responding but still struggle to address systemic inequality and decolonize their work. Development research can be a critical tool in these efforts. Reimagining systems and fostering equality and social justice requires us to ask: How can we decolonize research and disrupt unequal gender and power relations? How can the research process itself be transformative and an opportunity for co-liberation? What practical tools and steps facilitate power sharing? How can research, like gender analyses, be used to advance decolonization and social justice?

Join the virtual webinar for a thought-provoking conversation with researchers, social justice advocates, and development practitioners as we discuss examples and practical ways forward.

Moderator:

Yeva Avakyan, Senior Managing Director, Gender Equality and Social Justice, Save the Children US

Speakers:

Rosario Galarza - Intersectionalities Officer, International Disability Alliance

Dr. Rosemary Morgan – Associate Scientist, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health

Catherine Nyambura - International Development Expert

Njeri Kimotho - Gender Equality & Social Inclusion Expert and International Policy Advisor

Teresa Thomson – Gender Equality & Social Inclusion Expert

Dr. Krista Bywater – Senior Advisor, Gender Equality and Social Justice, Save the Children US

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