5th August | 9.30am – 11 am BST
The Evidence and Collaboration for Inclusive Development (ECID) programme is hosting a launch event for a new toolkit to support the design and implementation of effective and relevant development and humanitarian programmes.
The Gender, Inclusion, Power and Politics (GIPP) Analysis Toolkit aims to embed gender equality, inclusion and power analysis into locally driven political economy analysis.
When used in programming, the GIPP can support the development of a detailed picture of the root causes of problems, the roles of different stakeholders, and the processes to achieve positive change.
The GIPP was created by Christian Aid and Social Development Direct as part of the Evidence and Collaboration for Inclusive Development (ECID) programme, funded by UK Aid.
Mike Battcock, Education, Gender and Equality Department at the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) leading on the Civil Society Department’s work on faith, diaspora and governance.
Srilatha Batliwala, Senior Advisor, Knowledge Building with Creating Resources for Empowerment in Action (CREA), an international organization that works at the intersection of gender, sexuality and human rights (www.creaworld.org), and Senior Associate for Gender at Work, a global network of gender experts supporting organizations to build cultures of equality and inclusion (www.genderatwork.org).
Mercy Okeke, Gender and Inclusion Programme Officer with Christian Aid Nigeria, supports partners with strategies to effectively engage and empower marginalised groups to participate in decision making processes.