The Geneva Learning Foundation and CARE International are pleased to offer this special event open to all.
How is your organisation doing with gender equality during humanitarian emergencies?
During this special event, you will learn from Isadora Quay, CARE International’s global coordinator for gender in emergencies, how Rapid Gender Analysis (RGA) can help equip your organisation to meet standards on gender equality, even in complex emergencies.
The revised IASC Gender Handbook recommends Rapid Gender Analysis (RGA) as the approach to gender analysis in emergencies.
Date and time: Friday 27 September 2019 at 14h (2 PM) Geneva (check time)
This event will also launch the call for applications to the Gender Scholar Programme, a new partnership between CARE International and the Geneva Learning Foundation, and its first course on RGA.
In this short video, Isadora Quay introduces herself and explains why she is excited about this upcoming RGA course.