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Reconceptualizing empowerment

Ipsos' Sustainable Development Team has published a women’s empowerment conceptual framework. The framework is accompanied by a set of indicators and metrics that could be applied to develop profiles…Continue

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Started Mar 19

Gender equality and inclusive growth: economic policies to achieve sustainable development

This publication, edited by Diane Elson and Anuradha Seth, makes a compelling argument that economic growth is an inherently gendered process and that gender-based inequalities can, in fact, be…Continue

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VACANCY: Programme Manager for GRAISEA

Oxfam has a vacancy for a…Continue

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Started Jun 5, 2018

 

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When beliefs are barriers: Changing social norms to promote young women’s employment at Webinar

April 2, 2019 all day
To celebrate Women’s History Month, the International Youth Foundation is hosting an interactive webinar—When Beliefs are Barriers—to explore how changing beliefs and attitudes among parents, partners, employers, and others can help open space for young women to join the workforce.  Speakers:Rachel Marcus, Senior Research Fellow, Overseas Development Institute and ALIGN programmeElizabeth Vance, Program Director, Systems Change for Workforce Development, International Youth FoundationSee More
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Building Market Systems to Empower Women in Fragile and Conflict-Affected States at SEEP

February 14, 2019 from 1:30pm to 2:30pm
Fragile and Conflict Affected States (FCAS) present both unique challenges as well as opportunities in terms of women’s economic empowerment. Women are often the most vulnerable during and in the aftermath of conflict, as many might be left without families or traditional support mechanisms. However, conflict can also bring about major shifts in the social roles that women play, with the proportion of female-headed households often increasing and women assuming more economic responsibility…See More
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Technical learning from the meta-analysis of women’s empowerment projects

Kristen McCollum, consultant at the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), shares with us the learning from Oxfam’s meta-analyses on women’s empowerment.When we first decided to conduct a meta-analysis on women’s empowerment Effectiveness Reviews (ERs), the idea was to go where no impact evaluation had gone before. While the …See More
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2018 WEE Leadership Awards Nominations

Oxfam’s Knowledge Hub on Women's Economic Empowerment (WEE) in Agriculture is organising the 2018 Oxfam WEE Leadership Awards to recognise staff members from across Oxfam and partner and community organisations who have shown exceptional championship of WEE. The Hub will announce the winners of this award on Thursday 21st June. We received nominations for 26 inspiring individuals from across 16 countries. Nominations include 15 individuals from partner and community organisations, 9 from Oxfam…See More
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VACANCY: Programme Manager for GRAISEA

Oxfam has a vacancy for a Programme Manager for Gender Transformative and Responsible Agribusiness in South East Asia (GRAISEA)Hours: 40 per weekSalary: Competitive Salary in line with Oxfam values and subject to locationJob Type: Fixed TermClosing Date: 22 June 2018See More
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Resource: IMPROVING LAND TENURE SECURITY FOR WOMEN. A STARTING WITH WOMEN APPROACH

Resource: IMPROVING LAND TENURE SECURITY FOR WOMEN. A STARTING WITH WOMEN APPROACH.Authors: Leslie Hannay and Elisa Scalise.Contributing Authors: Diana Fletschner and Herbert Kamusiime.Published January 2014 by Landesa Center for Women’s Land RightsSee More
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Care work matters – public services and infrastructure can make a difference

Thalia Kidder and Claudia Canepa explain why unpaid care work matters in tackling poverty and gender inequality, and discuss what can be done to recognise, reduce and redistribute the work load.Sustainable Development Goal 5.4 mandates that governments ‘recognize and value unpaid care and domestic work through the provision of public…See More
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2018 SEEP Annual Conference at Arlington, Virginia, USA

October 1, 2018 to October 3, 2018
Request for Proposals for Peer Learning SessionsSubmit your proposal by June 5, 2018Over the past 20+ years, SEEP member organizations have contributed to the development of the SEEP Network Annual Conference agenda, creating a highly unique and valuable learning experience for fellow development practitioners. The Conference theme and technical tracks are inspired by SEEP member priorities, and are based on feedback from prior Annual Conference evaluations and input from multiple stakeholders.…See More
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Oxfam WEE Learning Event at OUS, Washington DC

April 17, 2018 from 9:30am to 12pm
Find out how Oxfam's Country-Led Evalutations (CLE) have enabled staff and partnersto demonstrate their contributions to women's economic empowerment! This event is co-presented in partnership with UNDP's Independent Evaluation Office (IEO) and the Gender, Agriculture and Assets Project (GAAP) led by IFPRI.Join us for a lively discussion of how we can adapt and improve measuring gender in our work. Breakfast will be provided.A link to the recording can be found…See More
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IAFFE Annual Conference at SUNY New Paltz NY USA

June 19, 2018 to June 21, 2018
CALL FOR PAPERSFeminist Debates on Migration, Inequalities & Resistance as the 2018 conference theme celebrates the domestic and international diversity of feminisms and feminist economic thought, supporting resistance against rising xenophobia, attacks on human rights and threats to equal access to economic opportunities. Feminist economists are working to develop stronger concepts, theories, and frameworks for research on/and distribution of economic growth and development. Submissions…See More
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Oxfam WEE Learning Event at OUS, Washington DC

April 17, 2018 from 9:30am to 12pm
Find out how Oxfam's Country-Led Evalutations (CLE) have enabled staff and partnersto demonstrate their contributions to women's economic empowerment! This event is co-presented in partnership with UNDP's Independent Evaluation Office (IEO) and the Gender, Agriculture and Assets Project (GAAP) led by IFPRI.Join us for a lively discussion of how we can adapt and improve measuring gender in our work. Breakfast will be provided.A link to the recording can be found…See More
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Learn how #OgbongeWoman Peace Ihuoma Chijioke is working to increase incomes and land access for women farmers in Kwali, Nigeria.
Apr 10, 2018

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2018 WEE Leadership Awards Nominations

Oxfam’s Knowledge Hub on Women's Economic Empowerment (WEE) in Agriculture is organising the 2018 Oxfam WEE Leadership Awards to recognise staff members from across Oxfam and partner and community organisations who have shown exceptional championship of WEE. The Hub will announce the winners of this award on Thursday 21st June. 

We received nominations for 26 inspiring individuals from across 16 countries. Nominations include 15…

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Care work matters – public services and infrastructure can make a difference

Thalia Kidder and Claudia Canepa explain why unpaid care work matters in tackling poverty and gender inequality, and discuss what can be done to recognise, reduce and redistribute the work load.

Sustainable Development Goal 5.4 mandates that governments ‘recognize and value unpaid care and…

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Posted on May 10, 2018 at 13:30

Technical learning from the meta-analysis of women’s empowerment projects

Kristen McCollum, consultant at the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), shares with us the learning from Oxfam’s meta-analyses on women’s empowerment.

When we first decided to conduct a meta-analysis on women’s empowerment Effectiveness Reviews (ERs), the idea was to go where no impact evaluation had gone…

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Posted on May 1, 2018 at 17:00

What you might have missed in 2017

The Women's Economic Empowerment in Agriculture Community has continued to flourish this year!

We welcomed over 200 new members, and along with the WEE Leadership Awards, the WEE Global Learning Forum in Bangkok and…

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Posted on January 11, 2018 at 16:11

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