On Friday the 1st of October GENDER.ED hosted our show case event Gender Sensitive Research: Lessons from GCRF and Beyond.
Over 120 researchers from all over the world tuned to hear about GENDER.ED’s tools for doing gender sensitive research presented by Dr Rosalind Cavaghan (GENDER.ED) followed by four lively lightening presentations exploring the nitty gritty of doing interdisciplinary gender sensitive research – particularly with STEMM collaborators.
- Intersectionally sensitive ICT designs – tech that works for women in South Asia, Dr Maryam Mustafa, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science, Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan
- The challenges of engineering gender impact – lessons from humanitarian cookstove interventions , Dr Samer Abdelnour, Senior Lecturer in Strategic Management, Business School, University of Edinburgh, UK
- Building gender sensitive research capacity in higher education, Dr Sarah Ssali Dean of the School of Women and Gender Studies, Makerere University, Uganda.
- Inclusive research – a growing research and funding agenda? Dr Karen Salt, Deputy Director Culture and Environment, UKRI.
The event was recorded – so if you missed it first time around you can still take a look!