Understanding Gender Equality Through Mixed Methods

In this session, facilitators and participants will explore specific strategies, both quantitative and qualitative, in regards to measuring gender dynamics, and women’s empowerment. Facilitators will explore feminist methodologies in practice; particularly, the specific opportunities and challenges that come with utilizing mixed methods in an increasingly virtual context. Facilitators will reflect on the supports (capacity, partnership, resources) needed to ensure the robust collection and use of mixed data. Discussants will share, and discuss how these processes  are critical to understanding complex environments and issues. This conversation directly leverages contributions from the Canadian Collaborative for Global Health.

Discussants 

  • University of Manitoba – Elsabé du Plessis
  • Bruyère Research Institute – Alison Riddle 
  • Plan International Canada – Rudy Broers 
  • National Institute for Medical Research in Tanzania – Mark Urassa 
  • Antu Hossain – CanWaCH

Resources

  1. Learn more about the Canadian Collaborative for Global Health projects  
  2. Adolescent Sexual Reproductive Health Lab
  3. Improving Gender Equality and Nutrition Data for Women, Children and Adolescent Girls Lab
  4. Audio Computer-Assisted Self-Interviewing (ACASI)
  5. EMERGE (Evidence-based Measures of Empowerment for Research on Gender Equality)
  6. Plan Canada’s Gender Transformative Programming and Measurement Architecture   
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Upcoming Learning Opportunities (Registration Open Now): 

April 7th, 2021: A Successful Marriage: Research-CSO partnerships delivering practical solutions

Published:

mars 24, 2021


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