CGIAR Gender

Events

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The CGIAR GENDER Platform hosts events and conferences to bring together gender scientists and other stakeholders. Our aim is to share research findings, exchange knowledge and build alliances to kick-start a process of genuine change toward greater gender equality and better lives for smallholder farmers everywhere.

Past annual scientific conferences

2019 Annual scientific conference and capacity development workshop

2018 Annual scientific conference and capacity development workshop

2017 Annual Scientific Conference and Capacity Development Workshop

2016 Annual Meeting

2015 Annual Meeting

All Events

Virtual Event – What do we need for a gender-sensitive Covid-19 response in agriculture and food security? Insights from research and practice

May 21, 2020 – 09:30 am to 10:45 am EDT Kenya India Policy Seminar Food Security Food Prices Gender Globalization Meeting the SDGs Virtual Event – What do we need… The post Virtual Event – What do we need for a gender-sensitive Covid-19 response in agriculture and food security? Insights from research and practice appeared first on CGIAR.

International Women’s Day 2020

For International Women’s Day 2020, we make the case for why gender equality is vital to achieving sustainable, productive and climate-resilient food systems. We want to show that gender equality is a prerequisite to achieving the proposed One CGIAR vision of ending hunger by 2030.

Webinar: Gender and climate change in cocoa and coffee (January 28th)

This webinar will examine the relationship between gender and climate change adaptation as well as the urgency and importance of addressing these issues, using the integrated approach of the Hanns R. Neumann Stiftung (HRNS) to increase gender equality in coffee farming households and promote climte change adaptation. Register directly here. More information: https://www.kit.nl/project/gender-in-coffee-and-cocoa-initiative/

Crop residue for fuel wood and fattening (IPMS-Mi'eso) - Mirab Hararghe Zone of the Oromia Region, Ethiopia (photo credit: ILRI/Apollo Habtamu)

Webinar: Youth realities, aspirations and transitions to adulthood in dryland agricultural systems

CGIAR Collaborative Platform for Gender Research hosted its final webinar ‘Youth realities, aspirations and transitions to adulthood in dryland agricultural systems‘ on December 19th, 2019, 2-3.15pm. The webinar was organized in collaboration with the CGIAR Research Program on Grain Legumes and Dryland Cereals (GLDC). Webinar recording and presentation slides Webinar recording To access the recording, click on this link and enter…

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Advancing gender equality through agriculture and natural resource management

What does research reveal about how agriculture and natural resource management can advance gender equality? And why is it important to ask this question, rather than the more standard question of what gender analysis brings to agriculture and natural resource management? This was the focus of an Oct. 30 policy seminar, organized by the CGIAR Research Program on Policies, Institutions, and…

Workshops

GRIT training, with Eileen Nchanji first from left (photo credit: GRIT)

GRIT 2018: Did I meet my objective?

By Eileen Nchanji (International Center for Tropical Agriculture, Nairobi, Kenya) After joining the CIAT/PABRA (Center for International Tropical Agriculture/Pan African Bean Alliance), I was on the lookout for collaborations with gender scientists, especially from CGIAR. However, I was not successful. Last month, I received an invitation to attend the third Gender Research and Integrated Training (GRIT) workshop with gender and…

Intersectionality (image credit IWDA)

Complexity of intersectionality: relevance to African research

By Eileen Nchanji (International Center for Tropical Agriculture, Nairobi, Kenya), Lilian Nkengla (International Crop Research Institute for Semi-Arid Tropics, Bamako, Mali) and Susan Ajambo (Bioversity Internationa, Kampala, Uganda). One of the courses we were taught during the Gender Research and Integrated Training (GRIT) workshop focused on intersectionality. As the course went on we realised that the society and institution we…

Unpacking masculinities workshop IWMI (photo credit: WLE)

Why we need to discuss masculinity in the water sector

In the development sector, including water, gender is generally misunderstood as ‘by women and for women.’ Similarly, gender equality can sometimes be perceived as something to be achieved through fixed quota systems in user associations. Conversations about cultural and social structures that privilege ‘masculine’ qualities over ‘feminine’ ones are rarely brought into the equation. The question needs to be asked…

GRIT training (photo credit: E. Nchanji)

Connecting social and natural sciences: GRIT experiences from the field

By Eileen Nchanji (International Center for Tropical Agriculture, Nairobi, Kenya), Lilian Nkengla (International Crop Research Institute for Semi-Arid Tropics, Bamako, Mali) and Susan Ajambo (Bioversity Internationa, Kampala, Uganda). The Gender Research and Integrated Training (GRIT) program is a three-year collaborative program between Pennsylvania State University and CGIAR. This collaboration has led to various training courses aiming to see interdisciplinary teams…

Webinars

Crop residue for fuel wood and fattening (IPMS-Mi'eso) - Mirab Hararghe Zone of the Oromia Region, Ethiopia (photo credit: ILRI/Apollo Habtamu)

Webinar: Youth realities, aspirations and transitions to adulthood in dryland agricultural systems

CGIAR Collaborative Platform for Gender Research hosted its final webinar ‘Youth realities, aspirations and transitions to adulthood in dryland agricultural systems‘ on December 19th, 2019, 2-3.15pm. The webinar was organized in collaboration with the CGIAR Research Program on Grain Legumes and Dryland Cereals (GLDC). Webinar recording and presentation slides Webinar recording To access the recording, click on this link and enter…

Webinar: ‘Power through’: a new concept in the empowerment discourse

The CGIAR Collaborative Platform for Gender Research hosted and organized the webinar ‘Power through’: A new concept in the empowerment discourse‘ on November 27th, 2.00-3.30pm CET. The webinar is organized in collaboration with the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI). REGISTER FOR THIS WEBINAR Webinar recording and presentation slides Webinar recording To access the recording, click on this link and enter…

Webinar: Gender dynamics in formal seed system in sub-Saharan Africa and worldwide lessons

The CGIAR Collaborative Platform for Gender Research hosted and organized the webinar ‘Gender dynamics in formal seed system in sub-Saharan Africa and worldwide lessons‘ on November 21st, 2.00-3.30pm CET. The webinar was organized in collaboration with the CGIAR Research Program on Maize. Webinar recording and presentation slides Webinar recording To access the recording, click on this link and enter the…

Gender transformative approaches - an iceberg? (photo credit: Medium)

Webinar: Reflections on gender transformative approaches in agriculture – The promise and cautionary tales

The CGIAR Collaborative Platform for Gender Research hosted and organized the webinar ‘Reflections on gender transformative approaches in agriculture – The promise and cautionary tales’ on June 20th, 2.00-3.30pm CEST. The webinar was organized in collaboration with KIT Royal Tropical Institute. Webinar recording and presentation Webinar recording To access the recording, click on this link and enter the password: uJfJ6P2t Webinar presentation…

G-seed (photo credit: Centre for Behaviour Change and Communication)

Webinar: Culture, choice and action in legume seeds systems in East and North Uganda

The CGIAR Collaborative Platform for Gender Research hosted the webinar ‘Culture, choice and Action in legume seed systems in East and North Uganda‘ on May 10th, 2.00-3.30pm CEST. The webinar was organized in collaboration with the CGIAR Research Program on Grain Legumes and Dryland Cereals (GLDC). Webinar recording and presentation Webinar recording To access the recording, click on this link…