The Women Studies and Development Centre (WSDC) of the University of Delhi, in collaboration with Institute of Social Studies Trust (ISST) endeavour in this workshop to explore gender development through academic and activists’ engagement. At the heart of asymmetry of power in gender relations lies the material base of social construction of genders. Control of resources, and cultural bias in favour of one gender, have lead to multivariate inequalities that get further entrenched in practice.
If development policies remain oblivious to this uneven terrain to say the least, it would only lead to skewed development and reinforce pervading gender inequalities. There is an urgent need for discussion and research in all subject disciplines to address this important area.
The focus of the workshop is to introduce and discuss frameworks of analysis of gender and
development, include current issues especially women’s paid and unpaid work in all its
manifestations. Discussions around political economy; state interventions, empowerment and culture would be the running themes across sessions.
Who can attend
The workshop is open to registered researchers scholars and teachers. This workshop would be conducted in a participatory mode, wherein participants would be expected to make presentations and actively participate in the sessions.
Application & Registration
- Interested participants are requested to send their CV to firstname.lastname@example.org, and
email@example.com, along with a one page write-up (300 words), on why they wish to
participate in this workshop and a scanned copy of a testimonial signed by H.O.D. or Director of your institute stating that you are currently a faculty/registered research scholar.
- The registration fee for the workshop is Rs. 3000.
- Last Date for Application: Jan 3
- Selected applicants would be notified: Jan 14
- Last date for Registration: Jan 21
For any queries, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org/ email@example.com