Who should attend
- This course is suitable for APS Level 4 and above and Officer/Senior Officer level and above.
- Government departments, development organisations and NGOs.
- Participants should be familiar with projects and programs within the development sector and/or be familiar with the nature of development organisations.
About the course
This course aims to enable its participants with cutting-edge hands-on analytical tools of gender analysis in the context of development. The course takes an approach that is critical, hands-on, and inclusive. By offering a range of key gender themes, analytical tools, as well as thought-provoking thematic and regional case studies from different cultural contexts, the course engages the participants in thinking gender critically in the development projects, programs, and organisations. Upon completion of this course, the participants will have a strong understanding of the concepts and approaches of gender analysis at the project and program levels; will be able to demonstrate a critical appreciation of the gender issues by describing and evaluating data from a gender perspective; and will have the skills to identify the gender concerns and gaps within development projects and programs.
To enable students with a set of analytical tools of gender analysis in the context of development projects and programs.
The course will consist of various lecture sessions, brainstorming, open discussion, group-based workshop/activities and open discussion.
Upon completion of this course, the participants will:
- have a strong understanding of the concepts and approaches of gender analysis in development projects,
- be able to demonstrate a critical appreciation of the gender issues by describing and evaluating data from a gender perspective,
- have the skills to identify the gender concerns and gaps.
Anticipated behavioural and business impacts of the course include:
This proposed course has been designed to be practical and hands-on and upon completion of this course, the participants will end up with a set of tools that they can begin applying in their day-to-day work soon after they go back to their context.
Joyce Das completed her PhD on gender and religious minority women in postcolonial Bangladesh. Before this, she undertook ANU’s Master of Applied Anthropology and Participatory Development, with a gender specialisation. Joyce brings a decade-long experience working in the development sector in Ba...
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