Women's Empowerment in Development Lab at ISID

Run by the Institute for the Study of International Development. This Research-to-Practice Lab is bridging the gap between academics, practitioners and policy makers in Canada and globally on issues related to women's empowerment in developing countries.

Latest Works

  • Project Name:Can Subsidized Early Child Care Promote Women’s Employment? Evidence from Kenya

    Shelley Clark, Caroline Kabiru, Sonia Laszlo and Stella Muthuri

    Policy Brief

  • Project Name:Natural Resource Collection and Desired Family Size: A Longitudinal Test of Environment-Population Theories

    Sarah Brauner-Otto and William G. Axinn


  • Project Name:Bridging the Gap for Women in Science and Technology

    Eliane Ubalijoro

    Media Coverage

Unpacking Women’s Empowerment: Implications for Research, Policy and Practice in International Development

What constitutes women’s empowerment and how do we evaluate policies and programmes for their impact? Watch video recordings from ISID’s 2018 annual conference 'Unpacking Women’s Empowerment'.