JOB OPPORTUNITY: Oxfam Consultancy: Writing synthesis report on Women’s Land Rights in Africa

Please visit the job announcement here for more information and to apply. Background Oxfam, through the Pan Africa Programme commissioned 5 case studies on women’s land rights in 5 countries in Africa The case studies were meant to examine national laws and policies, programmes and practices that secure and protect women’s land rights and profile >> Read more

EMPLOYMENT: East Africa Gender Data Research with DataShift

Call for researchers: East Africa Gender Data Research DataShift is seeking researchers to assess gender data availability, quality and comparability in Kenya and Tanzania; related to SDG 5 and other related targets and indicators in the SDGs framework. Interested? Read the full terms of reference and apply by 31 August 2016. http://civicus.org/thedatashift/news/call-for-researchers-east-africa-gender-data-research/

Kenya Justice Project and AskAg Discussion on land tenure and governance

The Kenya Justice Project (KJP) focused on educating key stakeholder groups through legal literacy and skills trainings, peer sessions, community conversations, and public information activities to increase legal knowledge around constitutional rights and traditional leaders’ responsibilities related to land.  Read more about the project’s accomplishments, including the election of 22 women elders, here.  Additional information >> Read more

Gender Methods Seminar: Gender, Power, and Decision-making in Southern Nyanza, Kenya

The IFPRI Gender Task Force invites you to a Gender Methods Seminar: Gender, Power, and Decision-making in Southern Nyanza, Kenya Presenter: Noora-Lisa Aberman Wednesday, June 17, 2015 12:30pm-1:30pm Slides and recording from the presentation are now available here. What types of research questions lend themselves to qualitative versus quantitative analysis?  This presentation will explore the >> Read more