Posts by INASP

Addressing gender issues in Ethiopian higher education and research institutions – stories from Ethiopian gender champions (part two)

Addressing gender issues in Ethiopian higher education and research institutions – stories from Ethiopian gender champions (part two)

With the mission to promote gender equity in Ethiopia’s higher education and research institutions, the Ethiopian Academy of Sciences and...

Addressing gender issues in Ethiopian higher education and research institutions – stories from Ethiopian gender champions (part one)

Addressing gender issues in Ethiopian higher education and research institutions – stories from Ethiopian gender champions (part one)

With the mission to promote gender equity in Ethiopia’s higher education and research institutions, the Ethiopian Academy of Sciences and...

How can you transform teaching and learning to make it more relevant? Learning from our colleagues in Tanzania and Uganda at the USAID Higher Education Summit

On 10 May, INASP and TESCEA partners hosted a panel session as part of the USAID Higher Education Global Evidence...

Transforming Higher Education for Social Change: a model from East Africa – inviting change leaders in higher education to a mini-conference

Are you leading change in teaching and learning – as an academic or as a university manager or leader? Join...

Celebrating the International Day of Women and Girls in Science

At INASP we aim to address the needs of both men and women across all of our work and acknowledge...

Jo Beall, Executive Director, Education and Society, British Council and Chair INASP Board of Trustees, speaks at an INASP reception

Evolving to support equitable knowledge ecosystems in 2022 and beyond

At the end of last year Jo Beall handed over the reins as Chair INASP’s Board of Trustees to Lizbeth Navas-Aleman. As we start a new year with a new board and new approaches to working and delivering INASP’s strategy, Jo shares some reflections from her six years with INASP and her hopes for the coming year and beyond.

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