(En)gendering Development: Research to Policy and Practice
This year’s conference theme is (en)Gendering Development. The conference will include break-out sessions running across all our Study Groups; Adaptive Programming, Civil Society, Education, Gender, Health and Nutrition, Humanitarian Action, ICT4D, and the vibrant DSAI Postgraduate Network. We are especially looking forward to welcoming this year's keynote speakers:
Professor Naila Kabeer of the London School of Economics
Professor Stephanie Barrientos of the University of Manchester who will focus on gendered aspects of socio-economic restructuring in the Global South.
When: 14-15th November 2019
Where: Marino Institute of Education
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Development is a contested concept, which is increasingly coming under strain as result of the rise of ultra-nationalism around the world, the existential threat posed by climate change and processes of securitisation. In order for it to be reinvigorated, it needs new forms of praxis, which are more socially and gender equitable. Only through its reconceptualisation and reoperationalisation can it become sustainable. This conference explores the ways in which this might happen, with a specific focus on the need for community and in particular, women’s inclusion in processes of socio-economic change.