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14:00 - 17:00 21 March 2018

How to apply a gender lens to your research: A symposium

Location

Seminar Room B42 | School of Pharmacy (link Map)
29-39 Brunswick Square | London | United Kingdom

Open to: Academic | Student

Speaker information

Basia Vucic, UCL Institute of Education, 'Children of the Revolution'
Jonathan Daniel Luther, School of Oriental and African Studies, 'Nationalism as Oppression: Sex, Gender, and Normativity'
Simran Kala, School of Oriental and African Studies, 'Multiculturalism and Honour Based Violence'
Alma Boustati, School of Oriental and African Studies, 'More than an Afterthought; Gender Outcomes as Key Factors in Economic Development'
Komal Bhatia, UCL Institute for Global Health, 'Infant growth, feeding practices, and parental obesity in urban informal settlements (slums): does gender matter?'
Carlos Grijalva-Eternod, UCL Institute for Global Health, 'Understanding the ecological relationship between gender inequalities and malnutrition and mortality'
Cami Allen, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, 'Sustainable Undernutrition Reduction in Ethiopia (SURE): Gender, Agriculture and Nutrition'
Neha Pathak, UCL, 'Applying a gender lens to inclusion health research and public health data science'
Andrea Blanchard, UCL, 'Cause for optimism? - A consideration of the applicability of relational theories of gender in population health research'
Evgenia Markova, UCL and Birkbeck University, 'The scientific woman or how to start a revolution'

The UCL Centre for Gender and Global Health proudly presents: How to apply a gender lens to your research: A symposium.

In this talk, PhD students and Early Career Researchers come together to discuss the urgent importance of viewing research from a gender lens. IGH MSc students are especially recommended to attend this seminar to reflect on ideas for their summer dissertation.

Directions: Go through the main entrance, turn right and go to the end, take the lift down to the basement, turn left and go up the ramp of small stairs to the seminar room.


Contact

Lu Gram
Please email | sejjlg@ucl.ac.uk


Global Health