from March 2021

Addressing gender inequalities is essential for the success of COVID-19 recovery polices

Development policy expert Arjan de Haan from the International Development Research Centre highlights the importance of PEP's work to tackle gender inequalities through policy-engaged research for sustainable, equitable development.

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New 3-year initiative to tackle gender segregation in Kenya’s labour market

PEP is leading a three-year research initiative in Kenya to generate new evidence on the effectiveness of gender-sensitive skills training and employer incentives.

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Power in Proximity:
2021 PEP Policy Conference

June 4| 12 noon UTC

This year's PEP Policy Conference will explore the theme of Power in Proximity: For greater participation of local researchers in development policy debates. Join us online on June 4 to discuss how to  increase local researchers’ leadership in development policy debates.

Presented as part of the 2021 PEP Annual Conference.

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PEP-IDRC Policy Webinar:
Making gender equality central to post-COVID-19 recovery

April 1 | 12:30 p.m. UTC

Join a panel of international experts in gender and economics as they explore how to make gender equality central to post-pandemic recovery policies, looking particularly at debt relief and innovative finance.

Please register to attend (free).

Hosted with the International Development Research Centre.

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Development Economics Skills Webinars
April-June | 12 noon UTC

PEP’s Research Fellows are hosting a series of free online seminars (April to June) to explore a range of cutting-edge topics relating to development economics.

The first will be on April 9.

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Female-focused financial inclusion

April 16 | 1 p.m. UTC

Join three PEP research teams to discuss how to boost rural productivity in sub-Saharan Africa through female-focused policies.

Please register to attend (free).

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The macro-economic impacts of COVID-19 in Senegal through the gender lens (in French)

The fourth working paper published from projects supported under PEP's Rapid Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic research initiative.

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