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‘Gender’ and ‘Women’ are not Synonymous

As an AIF Fellow, I was placed with the Women’s Empowerment Desk (WED) at the […]

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Ensuring Gender Mainstreaming in the Tibetan Administration

Gender Mainstreaming can be defined as ‘ integration of a gender perspective into the preparation, […]

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Online Gender Training: Does It Really Work?

Fresh from my AIF Clinton Fellowship Orientation, I started work with my host organization, the […]

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Virtual Interventions in Development Sector Trainings: Part 2

I was and am delighted to have been placed at the Women’s Empowerment Desk (WED) […]

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Do Too Many Cooks Spoil the Broth?

The concept of communal cooking has always interested me. When I was 8, my father […]

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Demystifying Academic Research: My First Time

Academic research is very intimidating for someone on the outside. Speaking as that someone, academia […]

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Is Empowerment an Empowering Term?

Is Leadership a Fair Indicator of Empowerment? In the literature of development, empowerment is a […]

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Women Leadership (or the lack thereof) in the Tibetan Itinerant Trade

One of my tasks as an AIF Clinton Fellow for Women’s Empowerment Desk, the unit […]

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A Historical Understanding of Gender in the Tibetan Community

This following post is excerpted and adapted from the AIF Clinton Fellowship Endpoint presentation that […]

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 Disaster and Gender

Disaster might seem like an event that equalizes the difference, brings people together, and impacts […]

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