Monthly Archives: December 2019

Genderpol in 2019: A round-up of this year’s blogs

It’s the end of another great year for genderpol, but in case you missed any of our blogs, we’ve summarised them for you below. From our podcast on the Understanding Gender in the Contemporary World course; to posts on our … Continue reading

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Outgoing coordinator Christina Neuwirth reflects on two years of genderED: what have we achieved and what’s next?

As we approach the  end of 2019, we reflect on some of the past and future highlights of the genderED initiative – the University of Edinburgh’s interdisciplinary hub for gender and sexualities studies. This post is written by our outgoing … Continue reading

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Engendering Pathways in Higher Education in India: Sharing Insights from WISCOMP’s Hamsa Campus Equity Initiative

WISCOMP Team, Delhi Image courtesy of WISCOMP: Students at a campus in North India presenting a folk dance with a re-scripting of the verses from a gender lens.  India’s higher education landscape boasts of an impressive increase in the enrolment rate … Continue reading

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Lessons from Hyderabad: Yesterday, today and tomorrow

Krishna Menon and Rukmini Sen (Ambedkar University Delhi) Image: Night Bazaar (Ramzan) by Rajesh India via Flickr Creative Commons As we move towards the close of 2019, women’s groups are out on the streets in India protesting the abrogation of … Continue reading

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