Prateek favourite photo from the pastoral study. This photo is something which I could relate to. We could point out before going to the field how pastoral woman's work does not find itself within the women and work discourse but it was after understanding the relationship of women with animals, we could understand the nature of "work" which a pastoral woman does.
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Institute of Social Studies Trust, in association with Heinrich Boll Stiftung, cordially invites you to theXXXIII Gender and Economic Policy Discussion Forum on “Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic and Subsequent Lockdown on violence and women's security”.Institute of Social Studies Trust, in collaboration with the …See More
Extensive course: Creating gender-responsive programmes and organisations'Gender’ is more than a buzzword in development jargon. This course builds your ability in dealing with inclusiveness and gender issues to ensure that development benefits all. You learn to systematically analyse differences in interest, power and decision making among different social groups; men and women, girls, boys, youth and elderly, able and disable, and how to capitalise on each group's strengths. What you will…See More
In 2019, as part of the OMLC strategic plan and priority to continue to “Champion and cultivate OM principles & practices” a member survey was launched. The overall purpose of the survey was to identify and strengthen capacity to apply equity and gender transformative OM principles and practices. Join us to learn from this emerging research based on practical examples from the field. Heidi and Sonal will explore the implications of equity-focused and gender transformative principles that…See More
Join DME for Peace on Thursday, August 6th at 10am EDT as Amrik Cooper of Dobility joins the M&E Thursday Talks to lead a discussion on “Safer Data Collection for Peacebuilding and Development.”CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW!At a time when data is needed more than ever to inform policy and programs that keep people safe, the COVID-19 pandemic has made data collection more…See More
Join DME for Peace on Thursday, July 30th at 10:00am ET as Branka Panic of AI for Peace and Laura Clark Murray of Omdena join the M&E Thursday Talks to lead a discussion on “Using AI to Create Lasting Peace – Building Bridges between AI Experts & Peacebuilders.” CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW!Big data, machine learning, natural language…See More
LEAD at Krea University is hosting a webinar series on ‘supporting women-led rural microenterprises’ in collaboration with the World Bank and the Ministry of Rural Development. The first two parts in the series focused on coping strategies adopted by microenterprises to survive in the current context and also highlighted emerging lessons from different states and sectors that can be translated into success stories for women-led microenterprises to pull through the ongoing crisis. In the final…See More
The Strategy Map tool in Outcome Mapping is often overlooked but embodies a crucial element of OM: the idea that we, as an organisation or programme, act to support change through our boundary partners and, for our actions to be effective, we should consider a variety of strategies. We can consider this our theory of action, distinguishing it from our theory of change, which is embodied in Boundary Partners, Outcome Challenges and Progress Markers. This session will start with a reminder of the…See More
Evaluation Office of UNICEF jointly with EVALSDGs, the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland and IIED and EVALSDGS are organizing a side event to the High Level Political Forum. PLEASE JOIN US in this forthcoming event on Thursday, July 9 at 12 (noon New York time). Simultaneous interpretation English – French – English will be available. Full Information below. LINK TO THE EVENT : …See More
HLPF Voluntary National Review Lab on “ Analyzing of VNRS, what have we learned so far” organized by ECOSOC Tuesday July 7 from 12:30-2:30 NY time.Florencia Tateossian will be presenting on the results of the EvalGender+ analysis we conducted in 2018 and 2019 and the importance of gender-responsive evaluation to inform VNRs. Please register and join the event: Event…See More
The National Data Quality Forum (NDQF) is pleased to invite you to the fourth in a series of discussions aimed to generate invigorating dialogue on data quality in India among data scientists, researchers, decision makers and innovators. We intend these to be enlivening and interactive sessions that bring us together towards developing an active data quality community of practice. In the last three months, there have been an extraordinary number of phone-based surveys in India and elsewhere,…See More
Speakers: 1. Prof. (Dr.) S. Shantha Kumar, Director, GNLU2. Shampa Sengupta, Director, Sruti Disability Rights Centre. 3. Dr. Shilpi Bhattacharya, Professor, Jindal Global Law School and founding member, GNE MYOPATHY International. 4. Mr. V. Muralidharan , General Secretary, National Platform for Rights of Disabled5. Meenakshi B. Equals, CPSJThe Webex link will be sent on Registered email id only so kindly get registered yourself. The link for Registration is: …See More
Join the launch of the Eval4Action Campaign in Asia Pacific! Includes presentations, facilitated workshops, group presentations and other exciting interactive discussions!25TH OF JUNE 2020 @ 05:30 PM IST REGISTER HERE: bit.ly/EVAL4ACTIONasiaFor queries, email firstname.lastname@example.orgSee More
As the world grapples with the health crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, a shadow pandemic of violence against children is quickly emerging. Calls to child helplines and domestic violence hotlines, point to a spike in levels of violence since stay-at-home measures were put in place.These trends are consistent with data from past humanitarian and economic crises. Faced with limited data, we must rely on existing data to prevent and respond to violence against children during and after the…See More