Research for Development (R4D) Lunchtime Series: Integrating gender planning in research development and praxis

Background: In 2020, we will convene a number of facilitated discussions coinciding with a ‘research for development’ monthly webinar series hosted by University of Oxford and the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS).

This is the first of these webinars and will explore “Integrating gender planning in research development and praxis”.

You are invited to join a live stream, with University of Dundee colleagues, in Dalhousie 1G06 on 30 January from 12.30pm and 2pm. Lunch will be provided.

The webinar will be followed by an informal discussion facilitated by Prof Fiona Kumari Campbell, Professor of Social Work at the School of Education and Social Work.

The speakers for the other events are to be announced.

This is a great opportunity to explore this important topic over lunch and meet other colleagues with an interest in research for development. You can register for the event via

For further information about the series, please visit Oxford Global Research

Target audience: Academic staff and PhD students - specifically interested 'Research for Development' and doing research in Low and Middle Income Countries (LMICs).

A full list of all the events taking place is below:

"Integrating gender planning in research development and praxis" - 30/01

"The joys and tribulations of Co-Production" - 13/02

"Capacity Building: For whom and for what?" - 13/03

"Development impact - are we getting it right?" - 23/04

"Safeguarding in difficult contexts" - 14/05

"Research and funding governance: how to navigate the tensions" - 18/06

Tickets: Free Book a Place