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Mai Skovgaard – INASP Blog

Posts by Mai Skovgaard

Ethiopian women and men sitting around a table at a workshop, working on a poster.

Three ways INASP can support you to drive gender equity and inclusion in higher education and research

If we want to forge a better, more inclusive world for women, we need to address bias, stereotypes, and discrimination...

How gender bias is making research careers extra challenging for women: reflecting on Women and Girls in Science Day

If women’s priorities and contributions are substantially missing from knowledge production, then the solutions, products, and technologies developed through research...

Logo for the TESCEA model.

Transforming Higher Education for Social Change – a model from East Africa to support significant learning and transformation

Working with partners in Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya, we are pleased to share a new scalable pedagogical model to support lecturers and institutions in low resource settings to transform their teaching and learning practices.

Students at Uganda Martyrs University, young woman in foreground, two young men and one young woman in backhground

How to make university classes more gender responsive

If changes to higher education are to achieve their objectives fully they need to be inclusive of all students. Mai Skovgaard shares what some university teaching staff in Tanzania and Uganda are doing to make their classes more gender responsive.

Gender-responsive pedagogy in higher education: How we are approaching it in TESCEA

Mai Skovgaard shares how asking important questions and running daily sessions on gender within university course redesign workshops helps participants reflect on how gender responsive they are in their teaching as well as how they can make changes to become more responsive.

Sustainable development through stronger library consortia networking in Latin America

“[Access to research literature] is very important, because this will allow us to improve the quality of research in Nicaragua.” Our Central American consortia partners reflect on collaborative approaches to support sustainable research access, which were discussed at a regional meeting that was held in El Salvador in November 2017.

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