How INASP’s ‘Gender Mainstreaming in Higher Education’ Toolkit is helping to shift mindsets

With gender inequalities in higher education present, but not always acknowledged, INASP aims to promote equity by actively addressing the needs of both men and women across our work and addressing issues of power within the research and knowledge system. Ruth Bottomley spoke with Science Impact about INASP's Gender Mainstreaming in Higher Education Toolkit and why it is vital that men, as well as women are active participants in the fight against gender inequality. (With thanks to STEM for sharing the post with us).

INASP Annual review 2016-17

Annual review highlights successes of INASP’s 5 year strategy

Julie Brittain, INASP Executive Director, looks back at the past year and shares some highlights from our latest annual review....

Global challenges need global talent

This week we brought together higher education and research leaders from across the world to think about how global talent could be harnessed to address global challenges. Jon Harle discusses the importance of working together and the role that INASP can play.

Students at Mzumbe University

Transforming teaching and learning in East Africa

Young people have a vital role to play in development, and universities are important sites to nurture their skills and...

Critical skills for change: universities, young people and learning

Young people have a vital role to play in their countries’ development. There are now 1.8 billion young people (between...

Research and knowledge systems in difficult places part 3: Somalia and Somaliland

Research and knowledge systems in difficult places part 3: Somalia and Somaliland

In the last few weeks we’ve been exploring what we’re learning about doing research and using evidence in “difficult places”....

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