Final Assignment

Year

2015
1.01.2015 - 31.05.2015

Location

Reykjavík, Iceland (view on map)

Participation

10 5 5

Fellows working on final assignment.Throughout the programme, the fellows work on a project proposal that addresses a salient gender-relations issue in their home country that fitts into one or more of the key themes.

Long Description

The main concepts are addressed from a critical academic perspective and fellows are encouraged to contextualise and reflect on how the concepts and tools used frame the way gender-relations or particular developmental challenges are thought of. Much emphasis is placed on creating a dialogue were different contexts are compared with the view to make fellows attentive to intersections among nations, gender, ethnicities and religions. The fellows are introduced to expert knowledge and advice but encouraged to think from the ground up and be aware of how the approaches they are introduced to fit with the particular specifics of the local context these are applied to. The theoretical teaching in other words was geared toward strengthening critical thinking skills, analytical capacity, the ability to argue logically and consistently, and to structure, formulate and write reports and papers.

Attendees

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Ivan Dioclésio Titosse

2015 | Gender Based Violence
Mozambique
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Limbani Zakeyo Phiri

2015 | Gender Based Violence
Malawi
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Lusungu Zinzile Kayira

2015 | Gender and Employment
Malawi
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Martha Eveness Mtenje

2015 | Gender Policies
Malawi
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Nadia N. S. Shoka

2015 | Gender and Education, Gender Responsive Budgeting
Palestinian Territories
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Shaista Serena Costa Jose de Araújo

2015 | Gender Based Violence
Mozambique
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Tony H. M. Bero

2015 | Gender Based Violence
Palestinian Territories
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Victor Kondwani Maulidi

2015 | Gender and Political Representation
Malawi
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Willy Nkumbi

2015 | Gender Based Violence
Uganda
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Zélia Duda Francisco dos Santos

2015 | Gender and Education
Mozambique