Crafting the Next Generation of CGIAR Gender Research
How can agriculture and natural resource management advance gender equality? Asking this question rather than only its inverse — what does gender analysis bring to agriculture and natural resource management? — elevates the objective of gender equality within CGIAR, challenges boundaries in thinking about gender in agriculture, and stimulates new and creative perspectives.
Gender researchers from across CGIAR are preparing a landmark publication that synthesizes recent research and sets a forward-looking agenda for gender research in the areas of agriculture and natural resource management. This seminar will share key reflections from the book.
- Rhiannon Pyburn Senior Advisor, Royal Tropical Institute (KIT); Coordinator of the CGIAR Collaborative Platform for Gender Research
- Gender and human nutrition: Hazel Malapit, Senior Research Coordinator, IFPRI
- Natural resource governance and rights: lliana Moterroso, Scientist, Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)
- “Feminization” of agriculture: Katrina Kosec, Senior Research Fellow, IFPRI
- Assessing women’s empowerment in and through agricultural research for development: Jennifer Twyman, Social Scientist, International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) and Ruth Meinzen-Dick, Senior Research Fellow, IFPRI
- Engaging with constraining norms through gender transformative approaches: Dina Najjar, Gender Scientist, International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA)
Remarks from External Experts
- Patricia van de Velde, Gender Lead of Agriculture Practice, World Bank Group
Moderator and Closing Remarks
- Cheryl Doss, Associate Professor and Senior Departmental Lecturer in Development Economics, Oxford University
Light lunch available at 11:45am. Event begins promptly at 12:15pm.