CGIAR Gender

Publications

Publications

Cynthia McDougall (photo credit: WorldFish Center)

Crafting the next generation of CGIAR research – Beyond Gender and Development / gender transformative approaches

One of the final outputs of the CGIAR Collaborative Platform for Gender Research, a book will introduce some critical ideas for the next generation of CGIAR gender research, remarkably turning matters on their hand to ponder: ‘How can agricultural research contribute to gender equality in its own right?‘. This series introduces each of the forthcoming book chapters. In this post,…

Crafting the next generation of CGIAR research – Measuring women’s empowerment

One of the final outputs of the CGIAR Collaborative Platform for Gender Research, a book will introduce some critical ideas for the next generation of CGIAR gender research, remarkably turning matters on their hand to ponder: ‘How can agricultural research contribute to gender equality in its own right?‘. This series introduces each of the forthcoming book chapters. In this post,…

Markus Ihalainen (photo credit: CIFOR)

Crafting the next generation of CGIAR research – Women’s empowerment in value chain development

One of the final outputs of the CGIAR Collaborative Platform for Gender Research, a book will introduce some critical ideas for the next generation of CGIAR gender research, remarkably turning matters on their hand to ponder: ‘How can agricultural research contribute to gender equality in its own right?‘. This series introduces each of the forthcoming book chapters. In this post,…

Netsayi Mudege (photo credit: CIP)

Crafting the next generation of CGIAR research – Gender dynamics in seed systems

One of the final outputs of the CGIAR Collaborative Platform for Gender Research, a book will introduce some critical ideas for the next generation of CGIAR gender research, remarkably turning matters on their hand to ponder: ‘How can agricultural research contribute to gender equality in its own right?‘. This series introduces each of the forthcoming book chapters. In this post,…

Crafting the next generation of CGIAR research – Gender integration in breeding programs

One of the final outputs of the CGIAR Collaborative Platform for Gender Research, a book will introduce some critical ideas for the next generation of CGIAR gender research, remarkably turning matters on their hand to ponder: ‘How can agricultural research contribute to gender equality in its own right?‘. This series introduces each of the forthcoming book chapters. In this post,…

Reflecting on three years of CGIAR gender research

From January 2017 through December 2019, the CGIAR Collaborative Platform for Gender Research (the ‘Gender Platform’) built on the system-wide gender network established in 2011 to increase the visibility and impact of CGIAR gender research; to develop capacity for doing better gender research in agriculture and natural resource management domains; to set and support a CGIAR-wide gender research agenda; and…

Crafting the next generation of CGIAR research – Gender and climate-smart agriculture

One of the final outputs of the CGIAR Collaborative Platform for Gender Research, a book will introduce some critical ideas for the next generation of CGIAR gender research, remarkably turning matters on their hand to ponder: ‘How can agricultural research contribute to gender equality in its own right?‘. This series introduces each of the forthcoming book chapters. In this post,…

Participants at the writeshop crafting the next generation of CGIAR gender research (photo credit: Andrea Vos / KIT)

Crafting the next generation of CGIAR research

How can agriculture and natural resource management advance gender equality? This is not the question one might expect about gender in agriculture. Usually the opposite question is asked. And yet this unusual lens elevates the conversation about and objective of gender equality within CGIAR, offering unparalleled perspectives and unlocking opportunities for the network to demonstrate its value and to indeed…

Mobilizing Change for Women Within Collective Tenure Regimes

In this study, researchers from the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) demonstrate that there is a need to establish clearer guidelines on how women should be accounted for in drafting and implementing reform processes. This requires clearly identifying women as subjects of reform and including specific targets in reform goals that specify how they will benefit.