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!
Art and Creativity in Learning and Evaluation: putting the power outside the box-Consultation organised by Institute of Social Studies Trust & Gender and Evaluation community.Facilitators with a MEL expertise and creative talents:Name and creative talentAbu Ala Hasan- Photography and painting (Bangladesh)Chris Lysy- cartoons (United States)Liza- Theatre (Russia and United States)Madri- Painting (South Africa)We can host 100 participants maximum. The event is for members of Gender and…See More
While the popularisation of a coherent decolonial paradigm may be one of the most significant developments within academia in recent years, there has not been enough focus on the implications of this ‘decolonial turn’ for research methods and methodologies. In this webinar series, eminent decolonial experts will reflect on some of the key issues relating to the coloniality/decoloniality of academic research methods and methodologies. This webinar series will prompt academic researchers to…See More
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Several approaches are available to support evaluations in identifying and addressing gender inequalities. This webinar will bring together experts and practitioners to look into the application of gender responsive evaluation frameworks with a focus on agriculture, food security, and rural development: How have evaluations in these fields used gender-responsive frameworks, if at all? With what challenges? How did they help in identifying changes in gender and power relationships of rural…See More