"It is no longer a question of why we are incorporating gender, but really a question of how." - WLE/IWMI at Seeds of Change
“What kinds of seeds are we sowing? What kind of change are we anticipating? And are the seeds we are sowing fit for the current climate?” These questions by Professor Katherine Gibson of Western Sydney University launched Seeds of Change, the CGIAR Gender Platform’s Annual Scientific Conference, bringing together almost 300 researchers and practitioners focused on gender and agricultural research for development.
Held April 2-4 in Canberra, Australia, the conference focused on gender and agricultural research for development.
“It’s no longer a question of why we are incorporating gender, it really is a question of how,” stated Dr Jayne Curnow, Research Program Manager for Social Sciences for Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), reinforcing the need for gender equality within research for development…