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!
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
What does it mean for women to have agency? Can women’s empowerment be measured? How can we know if social norms have changed? Join J-PAL South Asia for a webinar with Shagun Sabarwal on strategies to measure gender outcomes—agency, empowerment, and norms—that can often seem nebulous and hard to capture through concrete quantitative and qualitative indicators. Register …See More
All around the world, measures to control the COVID-19 pandemic are linked to a global surge in gender-based violence (GBV) against women and girls, perpetrated by men and boys. This webinar, hosted by the Prevention+ Programme will: - Highlight the efforts from 4 countries working to engage men and boys to end GBV - Discuss how they prioritize the necessary work with survivors of violence - Promote a conversation on the importance of safeguarding well-being and care amongst activists and…See More
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