In the context of the work and approach of the Institute of Social Studies Trust (ISST), it is pertinent and desirable to continue generating fresh evidence to (a) identify the need and direction for newer interventions and (b) help measure impact using a critical gender transformative lens so that programs can move beyond just numbers and capture the normative and cultural shifts that will challenge patriarchy and create the conditions for real change towards gender equality. Gender…See More
Violence against women and girls continues to be a devastating experience for individuals, families, and communities in peace, conflict, and crisis areas. 1 in 3 females experience sexual violence from partners, non-partners, or both according to the UN. Females face potential violence in their homes, workplaces, schools, and communities; as well as online. The current pandemic has exacerbated risk factors for violence against women and girls, such as poverty and unemployment. Hard won rights,…See More
"Gender and Evaluation community offered to me the opportunity to share knowledge, tools and experiences on several thematics related to Gender and Evaluation, Sensible Data Collection , Measurement ad analysis, new gender approaches and trends.