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V2V THEMATIC WEBINAR SERIES 2023

V2V FEBRUARY THEMATIC WEBINAR

Tools for Gender Analysis: Understanding Vulnerability and Empowerment

This talk provides a high-level overview of the various tools and perspectives for undertaking gender-focused or feminist analysis in resource sectors such as small-scale fisheries. Drawing from gender studies, feminist political ecology, feminist political economy, and political science, this talk will dispel the idea that gender analysis means only focusing on women. It will show how understanding the many dimensions of gender roles and relations can improve the analysis of resource management and economic activity, expand our understanding of vulnerability and empowerment, and advance policy-relevant outcomes.

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V2V JANUARY THEMATIC WEBINAR

Community resilience: A framework for non-traditional field research

This talk dwells upon different research paradigms such as Hypothesis-oriented, Assessment-oriented, Action-oriented, Systems-oriented, Social adaptive (similar to V2V) frameworks. The motivation behind this talk is to discuss research that goes beyond the conventionally defined domains of science; the relevance of non-expert based knowledge to offer   solutions to complex social and environmental problems, and the research that can bring significant impacts on people's behavior by small endeavors. The implications of the novel and non-traditional research framework for vulnerability to viability transitions will be discussed as a way forward for building resilient communities in a variety of resource contexts.

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