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Looking for Consultants - short assignment for UNESCAP on egov and gender

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Dear friends I write this to check if you can help us with identifying country consultants in Kazakhstan, South Korea, Philippines, and the Pacific islands, for a short term research assignment. IT…Continue

Randomized Control Trials through a Gender lens

Started this discussion. Last reply by Shankar Talwar Aug 16, 2013. 6 Replies

On 19th July 2013, the Institute of Social Studies Trust (ISST), hosted a reflection session on ‘Randomized Control Trials and Gender’, at the National Foundation of India, India Habitat Centre.  The…Continue

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Quest Alliance is convening 200+ government officials, educators, design thinkers, CSRs and technologists to explore the future of work and learning at the Quest 2 Learn Summit 2018.Come join us for a focused  panel discussion onBridging the gender gap in 21st century workplaces in India: A conversation on how women can be equal contributors, creators and architects of India’s workforce and economic growth.For more details, visit: …See More
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Dear friends I write this to check if you can help us with identifying country consultants in Kazakhstan, South Korea, Philippines, and the Pacific islands, for a short term research assignment. IT for Change is working with the United Nationals Regional body - The UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia Pacific (UN ESCAP) -  to undertake a rapid research, based on case studies, to influence the Beijing plus 20 inter-governmental process (focussing on women's rights articulated in the…See More
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   31st January 2014 10:00 to 11:00 AM (EST) Hosted byEvalPartners Equity Focused and Gender Responsive (EFGR) Task Force Facilitated byProfessor Donna M. Mertens, Gallaudet University We are delighted to announce a WEBINAR on Enabling Gender Responsive and Equity Focused evaluation (EFGR), as part of the EvalPartners initiative. This is the second WEBINAR organised by the Task Force with particular responsibility for promoting EFGR evaluation. The WEBINAR themeDonna Mertens will address…See More
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