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!
The Sexual Rights Initiative (SRI) and the International Movement Against All Forms of Discrimination and Racism (IMADR) invite you to a webinar that will examine the widespread and yet generally unremarked workings of dominant ideologies of race and gender in the UN human rights system. We are interested in examining how the UN can address its own complicity in systemic racism. The webinar will also address the ways in which race is obscured from discussions around gender, including when…See More
Join us for a webinar on 'Gender Concerns in the Time of the Pandemic - Safeguarding Our Well Being' organized by St. Mary's Centenary Degree College on 27 Jul 2020 (Monday) at 11:00am with Dr. Farzana Khan of My Choices Foundation!To join us, please register for free here: https://bit.ly/2Eg9zJ1See 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
April 10 (i.e. Tomorrow), we are organising a Public Townhall on Zoom, Another Pandemic: Domestic Violence about domestic violence during the lockdown and we would like to invite you to attend it.As you know, the COVID19 pandemic has forced people into their homes over the last few months. In this situation, many women and girls in vulnerable positions end up staying with abusive families. This has led to an increase in violence against women and domestic violence reports - the National…See More
This introductory webinar presents to you some basic principles that should guide your Excel usage as an M&E tool. It also highlights Excel's strengths and weaknesses. This knowledge will empower you to decide if Excel is the right tool for you and your organization. If so, you are welcome to check out our in-depth Excel trainings teaching the insigts of our M&Excel Guide that you can download for freeRegister at …See More
In this webinar we would like you to take a step back and reflect on the digital change process in your organization. Digital change is as much about the digital tools we use as it is about digital culture, skills and, importantly, data. The interplay of these four define how ready we are to create a digital vision and strategy. At energypedia consult we have been consulting development projects on the design and introduction of digital tools for years. While we are convinced of their positive…See More
Results-based monitoring (RBM) has become a must in international development: Donors and program managers alike demand it. But what exactly are results and indicators and these other buzzwords we hear so much about? And why is RBM so important, not only for reporting, but also for project management?This webinar introduces the most important terms and concepts. Based on the first-hand experience of the trainers, it also gives advise on how to build up a results-based monitoring system.Register…See More
Isolation measures to contain the spread of COVID-19 mean that social researchers who conduct face-to-face fieldwork (interviews, focus groups, participant observation, ethnographies etc) confront the challenge of either delaying or re-inventing their methods so that they can continue their research until these measures are relaxed. This webinar will explore ways that researchers can adapt approaches for online data collection.Register at …See More
Evaluation theories and practice used in South Asia are heavily dependent on North-based worldviews, values and paradigms. Despite the impressive growth in knowledge assets, evaluation capacities and democratic engagement in South Asia – what, how and for whom evaluation takes place largely ignores local knowledge, philosophies and realities.The Community of Evaluators-South Asia, with support from EvalPartners, the global partnership to strengthen national evaluation capacities, and funding…See More
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