The University of the Philippines Open University (UPOU) Office of Gender Concerns (OGC) conducted a webinar on Gender-responsive and Feminist Research on 3 June 2021, 2PM to 5PM.
Dr. Nathalie Africa-Verceles, Director for the UP Center for Women’s and Gender Studies, was Resource Person of the webinar. Dr. Africa-Verceles discussed the basics of engendering research, considerations in related literature, methodology, and theoretical frameworks. She also shared her doctoral dissertation titled “Livelihood practices of women in the informal economy: Forging pathways towards a feminist solidarity economy.“
The webinar aimed to help UPOU faculty, staff and students in developing gender-focused research proposals. It was open to all UPOU faculty, staff, affiliates, lecturers, students and other interested individuals who will be writing research proposals or currently writing their thesis and dissertations.
The webinar was done via Zoom and was also open to the public via live streaming on the UPOU and OGC Facebook Pages, the UPOU YouTube Channel, and the UPOU Networks Website — which is still available for the public to view through this link: https://networks.upou.edu.ph/gad/.