COURSE “A GENDER PERSPECTIVE IN DEVELOPMENT AID PROJECTS”
Following the United Nations’ 1995 Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing and its commitment to including a gender perspective throughout the entire public policy cycle, an array of practices and methodologies have been developed to adopt this perspective in international development aid programmes and projects. In this course, the key concepts and engagements concerning gender and development will be presented, also exploring a variety of tools to apply a cross-cutting gender perspective when proposing, implementing, monitoring and assessing development aid programmes and projects.
Course funded by the Valencia Region Government’s Department of Transparency, Social Responsibility, Participation and Cooperation.
University of Cádiz lecturer and sociologist Julia Espinosa Fajardo (short CV), who has taken an Expert Course in Programme and Public Policy Assessment and holds a PhD in Political Science from the UCM.
Friday 14 December 2018, from 8.30 a.m. to 2.30 a.m.
Lecture room P3/0-06 General Use Building 3 - SIGUA.
Gender inequality and international commitments.
Planning of development aid actions with a gender perspective.
Implementation and follow-up with a gender perspective.
A gender perspective in assessment.
UA service, administration, research and academic staff.
Service & administration staff are REQUIRED to provide written authorisation from the person in charge of their office, through the UA main or auxiliary records offices or the UA E-Services Portal (a scanned copy must be previously sent to firstname.lastname@example.org), by 5 December 2018.