Dear All,I am final year PhD student at the University of Bath, England. My research topic is: How does the primary school curriculum, both implicit and explicit, influence the gendered capabilities…Continue
Society of Gender Professionals invites on April 7th for a workshop on Reclaiming #SelfCare as a #Feminist#Value. Open to any and all willing to hone their individual and collective self-care skills. Register here:…See More
Evaluation for Transformational Change jointly organized by UNICEF’s Evaluation Office, EVALSDGs and the International Development Evaluation Association (IDEAS).The webinar has been scheduled for Tuesday, 7 April 2020, 9am EST. Click here to join the webinar on 7 April, 9am EST: JOIN WEBINAR More details in the…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
Thank you so much for your reply. I would prefer Development sector but I don't have any experience in it. Whereas, in the university, I'm presently teaching as an associate lecturer in education and international Development (UK…"
Dear All,I am final year PhD student at the University of Bath, England. My research topic is: How does the primary school curriculum, both implicit and explicit, influence the gendered capabilities of female pupils? It is an ethnographic case study in two schools in Northern India (Chandigarh). I will be finishing my PhD by March 2020 and was wondering if there are any opportunities available in India, particularly in gender context.I tried applying in general context in Indian Universities…See More
The forum intends to generate a multi-dimensional discussion on how women have been and are represented in the Parliament and their journeys thereto while also understanding their challenges and barriers. It will also include a critical analysis of the initiatives taken by the government, non-government organizations and political parties to increase participation of women in Lok Sabha elections and how effective they have been in creating the required space for the women in the current…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