UN Women Training Centre is hosting a Webinar on "Privilege, Power and Training for Gender Equality" (Tuesday, 25 June 2019, 11:00 NY time/17:00 CET) to discuss how we can address privilege through, and within, gender training. Four experts are joining us - Laxman Belbase of MenEngage, Dr Andrea Cornwall of SOAS University of London, Dr Lucy Ferguson of the Graduate Institute of…See More
Each day, more than 41,000 girls worldwide are married while still children. In the decades of research we have conducted on this practice, we have found that child brides are at greater risk of experiencing a range of poor health outcomes, having children at younger ages, dropping out of school, earning less over their lifetimes and living in poverty than their peers who marry at later ages. They are also more likely to experience intimate partner violence, have restricted physical…See More
Institute of Social Studies Trust (ISST) and Heinrich Boll Stiftung (HBF) cordially invites you to the XXVIth Gender and Economic Policy Discussion Forum on ''Gender in the Policy and Practice of International Financial Institutions''. This forum intends to open a discussion on the contemporary scenario around financial institutions globally and regionally and its impact on gender structures.See More
UNICEF Evaluation Office, BetterEvaluation and EVALSDGs are pleased to announceWebinar : « Innovations in Evaluation »Wednesday 16 May 2018, 9:00-10:30am (EST)Meeting Link: Innovations in Evaluationhttps://meet.unicef.org/lmhuriyengwe/1S57Y5Y8To join the meeting online, please click on the link above. To access by telephone, please refer to the list of numbers below. To access material, please watch the pre-webinar video and reading…See More
The Twenty-fifth Discussion Forum is on "Fire in the Forest: Looking at Gender in Forest Economies". This forum intends to open a discussion around contemporary legislative forest policies, its gendered impact on forest dwelling populations and women and what lies for the future amidst neo-liberal governance and its damage to forest communities.We request you to RSVP through: https://goo.gl/forms/ZzjJVaT96NbCixny1See More
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The workshop will discuss why so many social sector professionals feel uneasy about using data in their practice. Engaging in an activity around unpacking the anxiety and fear of applying an evaluation will give participants a better understanding of how they can adopt a Culture of Evaluation, while still honoring their clients and communities.Registration at the following website:…See More