Also available in: Français | Español
To improve the understanding of the relationship between national policies and concerns about gender issues and migration, the working group for the cross-cutting theme of Gender within the Global Knowledge Partnership on Migration and Development (KNOMAD) is commissioning three papers analyzing national policies in a specific country, associated with migration-related outcomes for women and men (enhanced incomes, resilience to shocks, wellbeing, equality, empowerment, etc.).
The key issues to be addressed would be to establish a better understanding about the links between migration and gender in rural and urban development. More specifically, it will address the central question: In what ways a well-founded and constructive attention to gender issues within migration policies can boost national development, including improvement in public service provisions and a reassurance of human rights?
See detailed Terms of Reference here.
Please submit proposals no later than January 18, 2016 to
Rosemary Vargas-Lundis, Chair of KNOMAD’s CCT on Gender at [email protected], and Hanspeter Wyss, Focal Point for the CCT on Gender, KNOMAD Secretariat at [email protected]