The Centre for Gender Research, Advocacy and Documentation (CEGRAD), in collaboration with the School of Graduate Studies, University of Cape Coast and the University of Birmingham (UK) invites Graduate Students and Lecturers/Researchers involved in gender-related research to a capacity strengthening workshop on Gender Issues and Feminists Research Methodology on 3rd, 8th and 9th October, 2019.
The workshop targets
1. Female and male Lecturers/Researchers interested in gender research methods
2. MPhil and PhD students who are currently undertaking research related to gender issues and/ or are employing feminists’ methodologies in their research.
1. Graduate Student registration is limited to 20 people. Interested students should submit a brief statement on their research and status to email@example.com
2. Interested Lecturers/Researchers should submit confirmation of participation to CEGRAD by close of Thursday, 26th September, 2019.
Details of Activities
Programme Date Time
Postgraduate students Workshop 3rd October, 2019 9 am
Lecturers/Researchers Workshop 8th October, 2019 1-3 pm
Public Lecture (All are invited) 9th October, 2019 2 pm
Topic: Contesting Child Maintenance in Ghana: Some Historical and Contemporary Perspectives
Speaker: Dr. Kate Skinner
Venue: Faculty of Social Sciences Conference Room
For enquiries call 0558763239/ 0205383415/ 0244149058