Feminism and Development
Feminism has recently taken on more space in public discussions, including in the private and public sectors. It is within this context that the proposed training aims at support participants in understanding feminism, applying feminist principles and analysing intersectionality and intersectional feminism, and how these can be mainstreamed at both internal and external levels in the day-to-day work and organizations of the participants.
In order to achieve so, the training will use examples from popular culture, classical literature and history, with major attention to the effects of different forms of discrimination combine, overlap or intersect for efficient project programming.
The overall aim of the Training is to support Participants in understanding feminism and acquiring feminist principles and intersectionality that can be applied at both internal and external levels in their work and organisations. This culminates in a practical understanding and application of gender mainstreaming.
- Gender Equality and Feminism: The following module aims at providing to participants theoretical and practical knowledge on what are Gender Equality and Feminism. This includes historical background on Feminism and a reference to Pan-African Feminism. The objective is to support participants in understanding feminism and addressing potential stereotypes and any negative connotations.
- Gender Mainstreaming and Programming: The following module aims at providing participants theoretical and practical knowledge on gender mainstreaming and how this can be used for the programmatic aspects at both internal and external levels of their work and organisations.
With the feminist lens being applied throughout the entire training, the developed methodology applies the following learning principles to ensure theoretical and participatory approaches, as follows:
- Political Empowerment: Analyze and Change Power Structures - Power analysis is included in the theoretical and practical approaches in all the offered modules, to support participants in assessing and identifying inequalities and discriminations;
- Participatory Methods: Learning Together and Learning by Doing - The following training provides a safe space to the participants, to ensure they can share their reflections and experiences, as well as provide feedback on the content of the training to ensure it reflects their aspirations.
|Tuition Fee||$ 295|
|Full board in a single room(Meals & Accommodation)||$455 per week|
|Full board in a shared room (Meals & Accommodation)||$335 per week|
|Hostel Quad (Meals & Accommodation)||$142 per week|