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Frontier Intimacies: Ayoreo Women and the Sexual Economy of the Paraguayan Chaco

18Nov202112:30

A guest lecture by Professor Paola Canova of the University of Texas, Austin./isidCategory: Inst. for the Study of International Development

Patently harmful: fewer female inventors a problem for women’s health

Published: 6Jul2021

"Necessity is the father of invention," but where is its mother? According to a new study published in Science, fewer women hold biomedical patents, leading to a reduced number of patented...

Gender gap: Women represent two-thirds of doctorates, but hold only one-third of academic jobs

Published: 11Feb2021

Women today represent two-thirds of all Canadian doctorates in archaeology, but only one-third of Canadian tenure-stream faculty. While men with Canadian PhDs have done well in securing tenure...

The Girl in the Pandemic

20Oct202012:30
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Smart phones are empowering women worldwide

Published: 25Jun2020

By giving women access to information they otherwise wouldn’t have, mobile phones are transforming lives. Putting smart phones in women’s hands could be a powerful tool to support sustainable...

N-Peace Award Winner, May Sabe Phyu, in discussion with ISID Director Erik Kuhonta

Published: 11Mar2020

The Institite for the Study of International Development and the McGill Southeast Asia Research Program (SEARP) are glad to announce that Myanmar based gender expert, May Sabe Phyu, has recently...

Feminist and Gender-Transformative Financial Inclusion

23May201913:00
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This 2-hour webinar will discuss state of the art research on financial inclusion./isidCategory: Inst. for the Study of International Development

5 Lessons For A Non-Linear Scientific Career: Eliane Ubalijoro is profiled in Forbes

Published: 8Mar2019

ISID Professor of Practice, Dr Eliane Ubalijoro, is profiled in Forbes magazine. Read the full article online:  https://www.forbes.com/sites/christinero/2019/03/07/5-lessons-for-a-non-...

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