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Recent Submissions

  • Gender and Empowerment in Participatory Research 

    Oberhauser, Ann M. (2019-03-01)
    In recent decades, participatory research has become more diversified in terms of the types of approaches and applications in the development arena. Feminist and gender studies continue to interrogate the complex and often ...
  • Gender in food security programs: Take-away for moving towards more inclusive systems 

    Jacobs, Krista (Virginia Tech, 2019-03-01)
    Development researchers and practitioners have an opportunity and responsibility to create processes where the experiences of the different populations where we work inform the design and implementation of programs and ...
  • Panel Three: Access: Markets & the Gendering of Environmental Systems 

    Jimenez, Elizabeth; Juran, Luke (Virginia Tech, 2019-03-01)
    Access: Markets, & the Gendering of Environmental Systems - an interactive panel Moderator: Dr. Ralph Hall, Associate Professor, Urban Affairs and Planning (UAP) program and Director of the Undergraduate Program, School ...
  • Women and Gender in Development Conference 2019 

    Center for International Research, Education, and Development (CIRED); Outreach and International Affairs (OIA) (Virginia Tech, 2019-02-28)
    The conference program for the Women and Gender in Development Conference 2019, held February 28-March 1 at the Inn at Virginia Tech.
  • Gender, equity, and empowerment: Harnessing agricultural research for better nutrition outcomes 

    Quisumbing, Agnes (Virginia Tech, 2019-03-01)
    Large disparities in nutrition and health outcomes exist between different social groups, and resources and processes related to these outcomes are often distributed inequitably. These differences between groups intersect ...
  • The SDG gender equality agenda and the distribution of land: Research challenges 

    Deere, Carmen Diana (Virginia Tech, 2019-02-28)
    Among the advances in the 2030 Sustainable Development agenda is that the goal to achieve gender equality and empower women now has nine specific targets. These cover many of the root causes of gender inequality, including ...
  • Panel One: Power, Positionality, & Intersectionality 

    Faria, Caroline; Kato-Wallace, Jane; Van Houweling, Emily (Virginia Tech, 2019-02-28)
    Power, Positionality & Intersectionality - an interactive panel Moderator: Dr. Maria Elisa Christie, Director, Women and Gender in International Development, CIRED, Virginia Tech *Critical feminist reflexivity & the ...
  • Panel Two: Gender & Nutrition-Responsive Agriculture 

    Rubin, Deborah; Miller, Beth; Flora, Cornelia (Virginia Tech, 2019-02-28)
    Gender & Nutrition-Responsive Agriculture - an interactive panel Moderator: Dr. George Norton, Professor, Agricultural and Applied Economics, Virginia Tech Strengthening women’s economic empowerment through agricultural ...