Using Qualitative Feminist Methodologies to Study Women's Empowerment and Gender Equality

Webinar Video

Seminar description:

This 2-hour seminar/webinar shared information on using qualitative methods for conducting feminist research on women's empowerment and gender equality, with a focus on inclusive, innovative and participatory methodologies. A diverse panel of researchers from civil society and academia discussed practical, ethical and methodological considerations and challenges for conducting research on women's empowerment and gender equality in developing country contexts.

This is the fourth in a series of eight research-to-practice training seminars/webinars on women's empowerment organized by the WED Lab in partnership with Canada's International Development Research Centre.

Featured panelists:

  • Rebecca Tiessen (University of Ottawa) (Facilitator)
  • Jana Garay (Cuso International)
  • Sheila Rao (University of Ottawa, Postdoc)
  • Jessica Cadesky (University of Ottawa, Doctoral Candidate)
  • Pascale Saint Denis (University of Ottawa, Undergraduate)
  • Rika Mpogazi (University of Ottawa, Undergraduate)

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