Our Associates

Rex Fyles


Rex has engaged in international change processes for over thirty years, working mainly with Canadian international development NGOs and, until recently, teaching at the University of Ottawa. He studied political science (developing areas) and management (organizational learning) at McGill University and l’Institut d’études politiques de Paris. Since joining Gender at Work in 2009, Rex has helped design, assess and co-facilitate Gender Action-Learning processes with a variety of partners (Oxfam Novib, Global Fund for Women, Oxfam US, UN Girls Education Initiative, International Development Research Centre) on different themes (evaluating gender mainstreaming, evaluating women’s rights advocacy, understanding gender dynamics in communities affected by mining, combating school related GBV) in different contexts (South Africa, India, Ghana, Canada). He lives in Gatineau, Québec.