GENDER.ED invites you to an online event showcasing gender sensitive research and discussing the challenges and gains involved: ‘Gender Sensitive Research: Lessons from GCRF and Beyond‘, on Friday the 1st October. The event is particularly aimed at STEMM researchers who are new to gender sensitive research agendas, and social scientists working with STEMM researchers in interdisciplinary teams.
We have international speakers discussing gender sensitive ICT design in South Asia (Dr Maryam Mustafa, LUMS Pakistan); engineering gender sensitive humanitarian technologies (Dr Samer Abdelnour, University of Edinburgh); capacity building in HE on gender sensitive methods (Dr Sarah Ssali, Makerere University Uganda); and Dr. Karen Salt Deputy Director – Culture and Environment UKRI, on future agendas on inclusive research.
There will be plenty of time for discussion/Q&A. We’re really pleased with our line-up and think it will be a lively and stimulating session for novices and experienced gender-sensitive researchers alike!
Full details and registration:
For a taster, you can also take a look at our new webpages with clips, tools and briefings on gender sensitive research methods. We’ll be adding even more material over the coming fortnight:
We hope to see you there!
– the GENDER.ED team