Feminist Lens in Development Workshop
Posted November 7th 2017
Explore development through a feminist lens during this immersive, three-day training session with leading Canadian expert on gender equality, Karen Craggs-Milne.
The workshop will cover everything from the foundational concepts of gender equality, to the new Feminist International Assistance Policy and impacts for Canadian NGOs, to gender-based analysis for programming.
Participants will vote on two additional topics for Karen to cover on day three.
Date: November 15-17, 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Cost: $1000 per person, including lunch and snacks
Trainer: Karen Craggs-Milne, Gender Equality Incorporated
Location: 4th floor, Creative Manitoba, 300-245 McDermot Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3B 0S6
Day 1: Foundational Concepts, Canada’s new Feminist International Assistance Policy and what it means for your work, Sustainable Development Goals
- Sex vs Gender
- Gender identity as a continuum
- Process of socialization
- Gender myths and implications
- Equality vs equity
- Condition vs Position
- Practical needs vs strategic interests
- Access vs Control
- Presence, participation and decision-making
- Applying a feminist lens to development - Canada’s new feminist assistance policy and your work
- Sustainable Development Goals
Day 2: Gender-Based Analysis (GBA), frameworks and when to use GBA in the programming cycle
- What is GBA and why does it matter?
- Pros and cons of different gender analysis frameworks
- Women’s empowerment framework, Harvard analytical framework, gender analysis matrix, policy analysis matrix & differential impact analysis
- When to do GBA in program cycle
- What is involved in doing a GBA?
- What comes next after a GBA is done?
Day 3: To be determined, based on participant interest.
Space for this workshop is limited, so please register as soon as possible - the last day to register is November 12th.
For more information, please email Grace Van Mil: firstname.lastname@example.org