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BCCIC Webinar – Working with Men and Boys for Gender Equality
February 27 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
BCCIC Webinar – Working with Men and Boys for Gender Equality (Feb 27)
Join us on February 27th from 12.30 pm to 2 pm (PST) for a webinar on best practices for working with men and boys to support gender equality. In response to member demand, this webinar will explore the sometimes challenging terrain of how international cooperation organizations can best include men and boys in the discussion, promotion and practice of gender equality. The webinar will provide an overview of the role of men and boys in gender equality programmes before exploring case studies that provide positive and practical examples of how to engage men and boys in gender equality work. The webinar will be facilitated by Dr. Laura Parisi from the University of Victoria (full bio below) and will also address:
- The debates over including men and boys in development work.
- Why masculinities matter.
- How FIAP addresses the inclusion of men and boys in development work.
- Case studies of successful approaches to including men and boys in gender equality.
This 1.5 hour webinar will touch on these topics while allowing ample time for questions and answers with webinar participants. Please register for the webinar through the link below and let us know what your learning priorities are.
What: Working with Men and Boys for Gender Equality
When: Thursday, February 27th from 12.30 pm to 2 pm (Pacific)
Cost: Free for BCCIC members. $30 for non-members.
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?” which is forthcoming in Foreign Policy Analysis, and the co-authored forthcoming book, Gender, Power, and International Development: A Critical Approach (Palgrave).