Gender at Work is actively advancing the theoretical foundations on gender equality and has started engaging with several universities and international organizations of repute, helping them enhance their capacities to promote research, review curriculum and offer new courses on gender equality.
The training is grounded on feminist principles and pedagogies. It employs adult learning, participatory, adaptive, emancipatory, experiential and interactive approaches. The training fosters critical examination of power, privileges, and biases. Additionally, the course seeks to provide participants with a strategic set of tools and ‘lenses’ that they can use as they implement their plans to lead for gender equality and women’s rights.
Gender at Work has partnered with The UN Women Training Centre to offer a course, ‘Transformative Leadership for Gender Equality and Women’s Rights’. The objective of this course is to strengthen capacity and knowledge of managers and organizational leaders to advance gender equality, women’s empowerment, and women’s rights agendas within their organizational contexts and mandates.
The future of businesses is inclusive. Without a gender lens to comprehend the impact of business policies and practices, leadership will be unable to minimize discrimination against women in the workplaces, retain talent, increase profits and make a positive impact to India’s GDP. The Genpact Centre for Women’s Leadership (GCWL), in collaboration with the Institute for Human Rights and Business (IHRB) and Gender at Work, is offering a week long course that aims to introduce participants to the linkages between women, business and human rights. The course, a blend of theory and practical guidance, will equip participants with the skills to develop strategies and assess business operation that are consistent with international standards on women’s rights.
Gender at Work has partnered with The UN Women Training Centre to offer a course Transformative Leadership for Gender Equality and Women’s Rights. The objective of this course is to strengthen capacity and knowledge of leaders and managers to advance gender equality, women’s empowerment, and women’s rights agendas within their organizational contexts. The course seeks to strengthen leaders’ and managers’ use of gender-inclusive and transformative leadership principles and practices to address institutional gender biases and promote commitments to gender equality and women’s rights. Contact email@example.com, if you are a university that wants to partner with us to develop and offer a course or an organization that wants us to conduct a training programme for your team.
Gender at Work has been collaborating with The School of Global Studies at the University of Sussex to offer a 2-week week intensive course, “Doing Gender – Approaches and Tools for the World of Work”, for Masters level gender and development students. The course is designed as a complement to classroom training, and geared toward students who will soon be taking up jobs working on gender and development issues in a wide variety of organizations across the world. Watch our informational video on the course on our blog. You can also watch an excellent lecture from the course, ‘Organizational Transformation with a Feminist Lens’, accessible here.
If you are a university that wants to partner with us to develop and offer a course or an organization that wants us to conduct a training program for your team, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.