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Gender – INASP Blog
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...

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...

Participants at Ethiopia Gender FoParticipants at Ethiopia Gender Learning Forum workshop

Supporting research equity in Uganda and Ethiopia

Femi Nzegwu was the INASP lead for the gender work in our GPEKE project until May 2021. In this blog post Femi reflects on the progress made in this area.

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 data reveals trends and gaps in global research and knowledge

Building on our recent work in gender in higher education and to strengthen our knowledge of the global landscape for women, we recently commissioned a desk study of available data related to gender equality in higher education and research, digital literacy, research communications and publishing, and public policy. Jenny Birchall shares some of the themes that emerged.

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