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 this EvalForward Talks session, members of the community will have the opportunity to share knowledge and reflect on how to review Theories of Change, drawing from the recent online discussion.The main presentation will be delivered by Thomas Archibald, followed by experiences from the audience and Q&A facilitated by Anna Maria Augustyn. Thursday 28 July at 3:00pm Rome time/ 9:00am US Eastern Time Register …See More
This Online Theory of Change in Practice course is an 8-week programme specifically designed for development workers in NGOs, Government, UN agencies and private sector organisations. The course gives you the opportunity to improve knowledge and skills on how social change happens and your contribution to it, using a Theory of Change lens. It will provide you with innovative tools to plan, deliver and review how projects, programmes and other activities can help make change happen. This course…See More
Taste the change; re-imagining facilitation for hybrid meetings in cities The transition from face-to-face, to exclusively online and now hybrid has put enormous demand on city enthusiasts and actors to up their facilitation and engagement skills. In this session we will explore various tips and tops for facilitating in an ever changing world. Participants will practice some cutting-edge methods that engage the audience in a meaningful and productive way.Register …See More
Facilitating Gender Transformative Evaluation 2.0 online course launch with Florencia Tateossian Evaluation Specialist UN Women and Co-Chair EvalGender + as the key note speakerRegister bit.ly/ISST-FGTE2See More
Institute of Social Studies Trust and Heinrich Boll Stiftung cordially invite you to the XXXVI Gender and Economic Policy Discussion Forum on Shifting Masculinities in Contemporary India and Everyday Implications on Gender Inequalities. The online forum is scheduled for November 26, 2021, from 6:00 PM to 7:15 PM IST via Zoom.Rising toxic masculinity and the ‘crisis of hegemonic, patriarchal masculinity’ in…See More
October 12, 2021 at 9am to October 20, 2021 at 3pm
There are many strategies organisations can employ to mobilise resources for improved service delivery. Often, organisations grapple with allocation of meagre resources to accomplish their goals. This may lead to reliance on singular funding streams, which are provided over limited time periods. Successful organisations are finding ways to work with markets and help businesses "do well while doing good."In this training, we will discuss how organisations can influence business practices, build…See More
Lead, inspire and manage diverse teams of peopleThe most valuable assets of your organisation are the people. Today’s effective leaders put their people before themselves to achieve results. Inspiring others means generating trust, showing empathy and being a role model. Do you have what it takes? What aspects do you need to develop? By changing you leadership style to your staff’s personal needs you will support them to perform to the best of their ability. Even in challenging situations when…See More
23rd SLEvA Webinar on "EMPOWERING CHILDREN THROUGH MONITORING AND EVALUATION" scheduled to be held on Monday, 25th October 2021 at 6.30 PM IST / 9.00 AM EST. This time Save the Children joins hands with SLEvA in organizing the webinar. Register via following linkhttps://bit.ly/SLEVA2021OCTSee More
Institute of Social Studies Trust, in collaboration with the Heinrich Boll Stiftung, are organizing 35th Gender and Economic Policy Discussion Forum on Understanding body politics in the context of ‘big data’ and information society. The online forum is scheduled for August 31, 2021 from 6:00 PM to 7:15 PM IST via Zoom.Gadgets, technologies and media are increasingly becoming part of our digital bodies and, with…See More
An Online Consultation on Strengthening Community Ownership in EvaluationAsia Pacific Evaluation Regional Strategy has 8 themes led by 8 action groups. We represent the ‘Community Ownership in Evaluation’ Action Group who believes that solutions to dire and ‘wicked’ problems like the pandemic or climate change cannot be achieved by one set of stakeholders, it must be a collaborative effort of all stakeholders. Please join the consultation to listen to voices and co-create a new way!…See More
Climate change is a “threat multiplier”, worsening existing vulnerabilities and injustices. Its effects on people is different, based on race, gender, class, and socio-economic status. For the climate community, an intersectional approach means going beyond framing climate change merely as a scientific problem or reinforcing quick technological fixes. Therefore, solutions to climate change need to be people centred, inclusive and holistic instead of deepening existing hierarchies.Finding a…See More
According the the World Bank, taking gender equality into account not only spurs country competitiveness, but also helps obtain better outcomes especially in trade related intervention.Against the above background, the Organization of Women in International Trade (OWIT) Nigeria is inviting you to participate in a 1-day webinar aimed at identifying and assessing the gender dimensions of trade facilitation and logistics initiatives in Nigeria, especially within the context of the African…See More
Dear friends, To all those attending the CES 2021 online, please do join us! The session is about South-South partnerships across three continents... just saying enough to arouse curiosity :) We will 'see' you there hopefully! It will be 12:30 EDT and 10 PM IST. Sonal and GENSA teamSee More
Bernadette P Resurreccion and Rebecca Elmhirst will reflect on their book Negotiating Gender Expertise in Environment and Development: Voices from Feminist Political Ecology.This book has grown from a series of conversations with leading practitioners around the power-laden realities of "doing gender" in the fields of technical and scientific research, advocacy and policy-making. Drawing on insights from feminist political ecology and feminist science, technology and society studies, the book…See More
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