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Gender-responsive knowledge systems – INASP Blog
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...

A group of students sitting around a table with their lecturer. They're all looking at papers.

The impact of mentorship and how flexibility is key: Alejandra’s experiences as a woman researcher from Mexico

Welcome to our final interview of this mini-blog series, celebrating and reflecting on the International Day of Women and Girls...

On not giving up and overcoming gender bias: Nafisa’s journey as a woman researcher from Sudan

Welcome to our second interview of this mini blog series, celebrating and reflecting on the International Day of Women and...

A number of posters held up at a protest march advocating for science for the common good

A Conversation with Phan Anh Thu on Being a Woman Researcher in Vietnam

Following on from yesterday’s blog post and our AuthorAID blog celebrating and reflecting on the International Day of Women and...

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...

Postgraduate students working with Drosophila melanogaster at the Centre for Advanced Medical Research and Training, Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto, Nigeria

Digital learning isn’t good for equity – or is it?

Joanna Wild & Jon Harle – Photo: Kamaldeen Olal There is a consensus that digital learning isn’t equally accessible to...

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