Mubashira Zaidi, from ISST, authored the chapter, 'Work and Women's Economic Empowerment in Tribal Rajasthan, India' in part 3, Emerging Dimensions in the Understanding of Women’s Unpaid Work of the book!
Learn what it takes and means to design, implement, and evaluate a DEI strategy in different types of organizations attempting to become more equitable and do their work in the service of equity.Join Community Science for this important discussion, on February 9, 2023, at 1:00 pm EST.This webinar follows up on our December session, where we explored the extent to which attention is paid to the D(iversity), the E(quity), and the I(nclusion) and the will to make the D, E, and I happen, depending…See More
In the context of the work and approach of the Institute of Social Studies Trust (ISST), it is pertinent and desirable to continue generating fresh evidence to (a) identify the need and direction for newer interventions and (b) help measure impact using a critical gender transformative lens so that programs can move beyond just numbers and capture the normative and cultural shifts that will challenge patriarchy and create the conditions for real change towards gender equality. Gender…See More
The ABCD Unconference: Communities Leading Change is NOW OPEN for submissions! (Closing 14th July 2022)Last year, over 1,000 people from across the world joined together at the Global ABCD UnConference.The ABCD Unconference is a FREE event on October 5th/6th (US/Canada) / October 6th/7th (Australia). All are welcome!More information and registration: http://ow.ly/zcEJ50JAWH6…See More
The role of social norms in influencing and shaping human behaviour is beyond debate. Behaviour change practitioners and policymakers recognise that to influence behaviours, it is important to understand how social norms work and to understand how they interact with numerous other influencers or drivers of behaviour situated in complex ecosystems. This is especially true in collective multicultural societies like those found in South Asia, where religion, caste, class, ethnicity, tribalism, and…See More
Integrating feminist approaches in research and project implementation enables more equal interaction within research projects, and also between and within researchers, practitioners, and advocacy groups. These sessions offer tools that facilitate the integration of gender into research and facilitation. May 6, 20225:30 PM – 8:30 PM ISTOnline WorkshopsGender Capacity Building with Dr. Kerrie Thornhill/Resolu Research Expert Solutions ltd is an orientation on how to integrate gender into…See More
Register now for the 29th Sri Lankan Evaluation Association (SLEvA) Webinar titled " 10 Questions Indigenous Communities Should Ask Evaluators " scheduled to be held on Wednesday, 27th April 2022 at 11.30 AM IST. Find more details in the attached flyer.Register via following link,…See More
23rd SLEvA Webinar on "EMPOWERING CHILDREN THROUGH MONITORING AND EVALUATION" scheduled to be held on Monday, 25th October 2021 at 6.30 PM IST / 9.00 AM EST. This time Save the Children joins hands with SLEvA in organizing the webinar. Register via following linkhttps://bit.ly/SLEVA2021OCTSee More
‘Gender & Diversity’ are more than buzzwords in development jargon. This course builds your ability to deal with social inclusion and gender justice and ensure that development benefits all. You learn to systematically analyse differences in interest, power and decision-making of different social groups and ways to empower them: men and women, girls and boys, youth and elderly, with or without a disability. You apply gender equality to your personal awareness, the management of your own…See More
There is mounting evidence that COVID-19 has gendered impacts. Women are bearing the brunt of the secondary effects of the pandemic, changes that are wrought by societal or political responses to the disease. It has impacted on a constellation of human rights – security and bodily integrity, freedom of movement, labour and education, and health and wellbeing.This webinar is an opportunity to hear emerging evidence from the work of the Gender and COVID-19 project in Bangladesh, Kenya, and…See More
Dear friends, To all those attending the CES 2021 online, please do join us! The session is about South-South partnerships across three continents... just saying enough to arouse curiosity :) We will 'see' you there hopefully! It will be 12:30 EDT and 10 PM IST. Sonal and GENSA teamSee More
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