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BCCIC Webinar – Introduction to Gender Analysis for International Non-Profits

March 21 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

Join us on March 21st for a webinar on the topic of gender analysis provided by Dr. Laura Parisi and Dr. Astrid V. Pérez Piñán, from the University of Victoria (see below for bios).

What is gender-based analysis and what does it mean to work using a gender lens in international development? What are some of the tools and practices available to mainstream gender? This introductory webinar on gender and international development will provide an opportunity to learn some of the foundational concepts used when working through a gender lens, including an overview of gender mainstreaming. The workshop will consider some of the practical tools available to enhance your work when mainstreaming gender, including the use of gender-based analysis plus intersectionality (GBA+). It will draw on concrete examples in the NGO sector to illustrate good practices and will also discuss some of the challenges often faced by development practitioners wishing to mainstream gender in their work.

Please register for the webinar through the link below and let us know which gender analysis topics you would like us to focus on by providing your input in the registration form:

What: Introduction to Gender Analysis for International Non-Profits

When: Thursday, March 21st @ 10 am – 11.30 am (Pacific)

Cost: Free for BCCIC members. $30 for non-members. [Become a BCCIC Member Now – $30 Individual Membership]

Register: https://goo.gl/forms/ZZGVIBuSOgwJ4PoN2


Facilitator Bios:

Dr. Laura Parisi is Chair and Associate Professor of the Department of Gender Studies with a cross-appointment in the Department of Political Science at the University of Victoria in Victoria, BC Canada. She has published in the areas of gender equality, political economy, human rights, and international development. Her current projects include an article entitled “Canada’s New Feminist International Assistance Policy: Business as Usual?” and the co-authored forthcoming book, Gender, Power, and International Development: A Critical Approach (Palgrave).

Dr. Astrid V. Pérez Piñán works as Assistant Professor in the School of Public Administration at the University of Victoria where she teaches in the school’s Community Development and Public Administration programs. Her current research engages with the politics and policies of measuring the effectiveness of development cooperation with focus on gender equality and women’s empowerment. She is principal investigator in the SSHRC funded project ‘Managing for Gender and Human Rights-Based Results in Canada’s Feminist International Assistance Policy’. Other areas of research include: sustainable development and wellbeing, politics of and responses to colonisation and decolonisation.



March 21
10:00 am - 11:30 am
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