What is our story?
Why did we set up Gender at Work?
Where have we worked with whom?
Why do we have associates?
What have ...
Where do we come from?


Early 1990s:
Disappointment with
gender training



Lack of significant changes
within organiza...
How did we get started?
Rao, Kelleher &
Stuart work with
BRAC
(1994-96)
How did we get started?
Rao, Kelleher &
Stuart work with
BRAC
(1994-96)

Gender at Work:
Organizational Change
for Equalit...
How did we get started?
Rao, Kelleher et
Stuart work with
BRAC
(1994-96)

Gender at Work:
Organizational Change
for Equali...
South Africa CSO
partners 2004-2013

LGEP

Kganya
Consortium

Remmoho
Vukani

CALS

Hospera

BCAWU
SACCAWU
Jaw
Dockda

Jaw...
MASVAW
VANANGANA
AMIED

PARMARTH
MJAS

DOOSRA
DASHAK
SAVARAJ

HUL

LOKSAMITI

SAHJANI

THE ANT
THP
NRESWN
GRAM VIKAS
KENDR...
Where have we worked with
whom?

Dalit Women’s
Livelihoods
UN Women
(2010-2012)
OC in Mozambique
(2010-11)
JGF South Afric...
Where have we worked with
whom?
Measuring
Milestones
Institute (2011)
ON MSC training
(2010-12)
Cordaid
CoC(2011)
Dalit Wo...
How do we pay for it?
Measuring
Milestones
Institute (2011)
ON MSC training
(2010-12)
Cordaid
CoC(2011)
Dalit Women’s
Live...
Where will we work with whom?
Skills building and
mentorship
(2012-15)

Global dissemination
& influence
(2013-15)

South ...
Who are our people?
Strategies, structures,
identities?
Viral thought
leader

Practice
grounded in
context
Collection of
business lines

Loose...
Sources
http://www.genderatwork.org/
http://genderdictionary.drkarengaillewis.com/
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The story of the organization:
Why did we set up Gender at Work?
Where have we worked with whom?
Why do we have associates?
What have we learned from our fundraising?

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  • THE ANT- ASSAM, ECO-NET- PUNE, AMIED- RAJASTHAN, DOOSRA DASHAK- GUJARAT, SAATH- GUJARAT, GRAM VIKAS KENDRA- JHARKHAND, VANAGANA- UP, DALIT SRI SHAKTI, YUVA GRAM- MAHARASHTRA, SAVARAJ- GUJURAT, MJAS- RAJASTHAN, NRESWN- ASSAM, LOK SAMITI- LUCKNOW, SAHAJANI SHIKSHA KENDRA (SSK)- LUCKNOW,
  • Participants reflect on organizational history, existing programs, readiness for change and the reasonable next steps. Peers bring diverse experiences to the table to inform and challenge one another (local to national groups, women’s only, men’s only & mixed groups, ranges in size, experience, area of expertise and focus)Peer learning workshops provide a safe space which allows participants to think, plan and to get supportive feedback from facilitators and peer organizations.Peer group brings a sense of accountability. Gender at Work facilitators bring experience, relevant ideas, supportive ear to the on-going process of implementing the plansApproximately 8 months between peer learning sessions.
  • Gender at Work: A History of the Organization

    1. 1. What is our story? Why did we set up Gender at Work? Where have we worked with whom? Why do we have associates? What have we learned from our fundraising? Board meeting, Garden Court Hotel, The Hague, May 21, 2012
    2. 2. Where do we come from?  Early 1990s: Disappointment with gender training  Lack of significant changes within organizations and programmes  Lack of significant changes in lives of women and men  Organizational culture & deep set norms?  Engagement instead of checklists?
    3. 3. How did we get started? Rao, Kelleher & Stuart work with BRAC (1994-96)
    4. 4. How did we get started? Rao, Kelleher & Stuart work with BRAC (1994-96) Gender at Work: Organizational Change for Equality (1999)
    5. 5. How did we get started? Rao, Kelleher et Stuart work with BRAC (1994-96) Gender at Work: Organizational Change for Equality (1999) UNFPA, UNIFEM ,UNICEF, SDC, UNDP, IFAD, FAO (2005-2012) G@W founded by UNIFEM, AWID, WLP & CIVICUS (2001-2003) CSO GALs in India & South Africa (2004-2006) (2008-2011)
    6. 6. South Africa CSO partners 2004-2013 LGEP Kganya Consortium Remmoho Vukani CALS Hospera BCAWU SACCAWU Jaw Dockda Jaw GAL 2004-06 TAC “Deepening” 2008-09 CBO 2008-10 Sikula Sonke CSVR SADSAWU WFP WFP “Trialogue” 2011-13
    7. 7. MASVAW VANANGANA AMIED PARMARTH MJAS DOOSRA DASHAK SAVARAJ HUL LOKSAMITI SAHJANI THE ANT THP NRESWN GRAM VIKAS KENDRA Yuv Shakti UDAAN SAATH YUVA GRAM GAL 2004-05 GAL 2008-09 Children’s Parliament GAL 2010-11 DAPU ECO-NET DSS GAL 2010-11 DWAI 2010-12 DSS Gram Vikas India CSO partners 2004-2012
    8. 8. Where have we worked with whom? Dalit Women’s Livelihoods UN Women (2010-2012) OC in Mozambique (2010-11) JGF South Africa (2012-13) UNFPA, UNIFEM,UNICEF, SDC, UNDP, IFAD, FAO (2005-2012) AKF in East Africa (2007-2009) OC in Horn of Africa (2007-2009) CSO GALs in India & South Africa (2004-2006) (2008-2011)
    9. 9. Where have we worked with whom? Measuring Milestones Institute (2011) ON MSC training (2010-12) Cordaid CoC(2011) Dalit Women’s Livelihoods UN Women (2010-2012) OC in Mozambique (2010-11) JGF South Africa (2012-13) UNFPA, UNIFEM,UNICEF, SDC, UNDP, IFAD, FAO (2005-2012) AKF in East Africa (2007-2009) OC in Horn of Africa (2007-2009) CSO GALs in India & South Africa (2004-2006) (2008-2011)
    10. 10. How do we pay for it? Measuring Milestones Institute (2011) ON MSC training (2010-12) Cordaid CoC(2011) Dalit Women’s Livelihoods UN Women (2010-2012) OC in Mozambique (2010-11) JGF South Africa (2012-13) FLOW Dutch Foreign Ministry (2012-2015) Global FR Global consultancy Local consultancy Global RFP Local RFP Book Project ON & HIVOS (2012-2013) AKF in East Africa (2007-2009) OC in Horn of Africa (2007-2009) UNFPA, UNIFEM,UNICEF, SDC, UNDP, IFAD, FAO (2005-2012) CSO GALs in India & South Africa (2004-2006) (2008-2011)
    11. 11. Where will we work with whom? Skills building and mentorship (2012-15) Global dissemination & influence (2013-15) South Sudan CSO GAL (2012-13) India NREGA(201213) India women’s leadership research (2012-13) FLOW Dutch Foreign Ministry (2012-2015) Book Project ON & HIVOS (2012-2013) South Africa trade union GAL (2013-14) Palestine research(2014-15) CSO GALs in India & South Africa (2004-2006) (2008-2011)
    12. 12. Who are our people?
    13. 13. Strategies, structures, identities? Viral thought leader Practice grounded in context Collection of business lines Loose affiliation of seasoned practitioners & thinkers Transnational consultancy firm Network of likeminded attractors International NGO
    14. 14. Sources http://www.genderatwork.org/ http://genderdictionary.drkarengaillewis.com/ pix/argue.gif Gender at Work Narrative and Financial Report: January 2008 - March 2010

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