Members Meetings and Public Seminars
Next members meeting
The date of the next meeting will be in January 2019. Details will be circulated to members. If you are interested in joining, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
GADN holds quarterly members meetings and public seminars.
In 2018-2019, GADN members’ meetings were held on the following topics:
DFID's Strategic Vision for Gender Equality: Opportunities, Challenges and Implementation
Sexual harassment, exploitation and abuse - how should gender analysis shape safeguarding responses?
In 2017-18, GADN members' meetings were held on the following topics:
What's going on in the world of women's rights?
Strengthening solidarity on women's rights: A conversation with FEMNET
Raising the stakes on gender equality: time to lead on women's leadership
What’s happening at DFID on gender equality?
In 2016-17, GADN members' meetings were held on the following topics:
Gender equality and macroeconomics
Feminist development alternatives
Gender and refugee movements
Gender equality and environmental sustainability
Previous meetings have been on the following themes:
Gender and social movements
The SDGS: What's next?
The World Humanitarian Summit
How does Gender Equality Happen: The DfID programme partnership agreement learning group on gender equality present their theory of change
Men and Boys
Beyond the individual - addressing the social, political and economic blocks to gender equality
Setting Agendas in the Future
Beyond Gender Mainstreaming
Violence Against Women in Humanitarian Contexts
Women's Rights and Family Planning
Where do we stand? How can the development community navigate current pressures to deliver development for women?
Beyond Women and Girls' Vulnerability: A Debate on Gender, Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction
Women's Rights in the Current International Aid Environment: Challenges and Opportunities
UN Women: A New Opportunity to Deliver for Women?
Peace, Security and VAW: Is UN SCR 1325 Delivering for Women?
How Can We Bring Together Our Work on Women's Rights and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights?
MDGs and Gender: What's next?