What does gender really mean? Does gender simply refer to women and men? Why do gender perspectives matter in water insecurity research? How can early-career researchers better integrate gender issues into data collection and analysis process? Listen to our podcast to find out.
Episode 03 host: Nguyen Thi Hoang Nguyen and Kadesiree Thossaphonpaisan
Sound editing: Rajesh Daniel
Artwork: Kadesiree Thossaphonpaisan; Cover photo by Diego Gennaro on Unsplash
Series producers: Rajesh Daniel and Leonie Pearson
In this episode, we talk to Dr. Le Thi Van Hue, SUMERNET Gender Equality Advisor, and a senior researcher and lecturer at Central Institute for Natural Resources and Environmental Studies, Vietnam National University. She explains how to better understand and integrate gender perspectives in research using examples from gender-related projects. Download the transcript using the link below. Links for additional resources and reading are also included in the transcript.
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