Latest news from CIDT
All the latest news and updates from CIDT at the University of Wolverhampton.
CIDT colleagues express solidarity to those affected by racial injustice and inequalities. In this post we express our views about racial inequality and injustice and consider the disproportionate impact of Covid 19 on ethnic minorities.
Delivering external evaluations for girls’ education projects in Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe. As CAMFED‘s institutional External Evaluator, CIDT have carried out midline evaluations for two projects, in which our team led the research methodology, design, fieldwork, analysis and reporting.
CIDT supports rethink of capacity building for linking humanitarian and social protection programmes Rachel Slater has collaborated on a high level briefing paper linking humanitarian cash and voucher assistance with social protection systems. Watch the full webinar on this topic and read the blog post.
CIDT conduct review of Jamaica’s national policy for gender equality. CIDT staff are working with the Bureau of Gender Affairs to conduct a review and revision of the National Policy for Gender Equality (NPGE) to ensure that the policy is current and meets the needs and concerns of all women, men, young women and young men and vulnerable groups, ensuring that the voices of those most marginalised are included in the review.
Alumni Spotlight: In our first post in this new series, we speak with former Chevening fellowship student Khin Khin Mra. Find out about Khin Khin, what she studied with us and her current work as a consultant on gender and governance.