Date(s) - 23/06/2020
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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COVID-19 has affected the lives of many, especially that of the vulnerable sections of the community- the informal labour force, women as individuals and as a group, adolescents and the youth. With the current pandemic requiring physical distancing, it poses several challenges for the Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) practitioner today. Yet, their role may be more relevant than ever before. They need to step up to influence and inform policy making through community driven evidence-based research.
The Sangwari K4C hub, institutionalized in Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University of Raipur, is hosting the 3rd of the K4C Global Consortium Webinar Series to discuss the future of CBPR- the next generation of practitioners & researchers.
(Moderated by Prof. Priyamvada Shrivastava & Ms. Nandita Bhatt)
- 1. Welcome & Presentation on Sangwari Hub by Prof. Reeta Venugopal
- 2. Overview by Dr. Rajesh Tandon
- 3. Opening comments by Prof. Keshari Lal Verma (Vice-Chancellor)
- 4. Presentation by Students:
- • Sexual Harassment of Women in Sports, Sports Authority of India by Reena
- • Assessment of Women & Child Health Care Services provided by Anganwadi Centres by Anuradha
- • How Lockdown affected Domestic Workers (in collaboration with Martha Farrell Foundation) by Pragati & Aniksha
- 5. Discussions in small group & plenary
- 6. Closing comments by Dr. Budd Hall
To join this webinar, click here.