Gender and Development has become a new and contemporary discourse in the discussion of international development. Gender has no longer become a simply biological marker but diffused in power relations. This course will aim to discuss what these power relations are and how they are analysed and treated in contemporary international development. You will have the opportunity to explore the rise of the field with historical context, as well as bring in contemporary context to the 21st century. Case studies of gender programs in international NGOs from Africa, Latin America and Asia will be discussed. Course will provide both historical overview and contemporary praxis. Aims behind this specific course, Gender and Development, are:

To enhance skills set and knowledge on gender and development;

Learn regarding both foundational theory and gender praxis;

Analyse Gender and Development versus Women in Development – approaches to development program;

Gain insight into the international framework of Gender in development and its rhetoric in leading multilateral bilateral banks, international NGOs and NGOs.

150 euro
MARCH 2016
150 euro
APRIL 2016
150 euro
MAY 2016
150 euro
JUNE 2016
150 euro
  • Live video streaming

    We use platform to deliver our online trainings; easy to join online or via dedicated dial in numbers.

  • Accessible format

    We designed the trainings modules to make it as accessible as possible: evening classes – not to interfere with your work;  two hour module – to have you focused; twice a week – to have time to do your homework and ensure you are connected to the subject matter throughout the training session.

  • Access to Alumni platform

    Interactivi Alumni platform: a virtual meeting point to discuss, network, incubate project ideas and facilitate partnership brokering.

Your trainer, Gabriela Corbera

Your trainer, Gabriela Corbera

Gabriela is an international development professional and current Master candidate at the Heller School for Social Policy and Management in Sustainable International Development at Brandeis University. She is currently a research assistant at the Global Development and Environment Institute at Tufts University where she works with leading pioneer of Savings Groups and researcher Jeffrey Ashe. Gabriela has studies gender since 2011 in Southeast Asia and the US. In 2012 she was awarded a research fellowship to carry out research comparing and contrasting Gender and Development (GAD) and Women in Development (WID) initiatives across NGOs in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, Cambodia. In addition, Gabriela has worked in several NGOs with gender mainstreaming initiatives.