Module 38: Presenting Gender Research
This session presents and discusses strategies for effectively presenting the results of gender-related research to different audiences. It begins with approaches to identifying audiences through stakeholder analysis, including the Net-map tool to identify the key actors to reach with our research and bring them into policy dialogue. From stakeholder analysis, strategies are presented for presentations and different forms of written communication, from journal articles to briefs and blogs. The presentations include examples of studies, including challenges of communicating gender-related to audiences at different levels, from local to national and international.
This module contains a video recording of the training session and PDF slides. In this training session, English-to-French interpretation is available. Once you access the recording, you can click the "Interpretation" icon (right next to "Speed") in the meeting controls and select the language (English or French) you would like to hear. You can also view a transcript by selecting "CC transcript". Please access the training video on your computer. The training took place on August 3, 2023.
Ruth Meinzen-Dick (IFPRI), Elizabeth Bryan, (IFPRI), Lilian Kirimi (Tegemeo Institute), Nicole Mason-Wardell (MSU), Veronique Theriault (MSU), Yeyoung Lee (MSU)