Deconstructing Gender and Constructing Inclusivity

Quick Details

Price:
Free
NPR
Starts:
TBD
Number of Sessions:
2
Total Hours:
4
Timings:
Tuesday (2/6) and Thursday (4/6) from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm NPT

Who it is for

Anyone. There is no prerequisite for this course.

What you will learn

Participants will be able to:

  • Understand the basic concepts of gender, biological sex, sexual orientation and the difference of it
  • Understand what intersectionality and equity is
  • Reflect on their own gender identity and  of others
  • Reflect on creating an inclusive space in their personal/professional lives

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Who will facilitate the course

Photo of Swechhya Rajbhandari

Swechhya Rajbhandary is currently the Project Coordinator of Demola at King’s College. She has a major in Economics from Knox College, USA. She completed a two-year fellowship at Teach for Nepal, where she worked to tackle educational inequity. She strongly believes in advocating and taking action against systemic injustices, especially through the lens of gender and intersectionality.

Bidi Yolkey Rai is an Education Impact Coordinator at Nitishala organization, working in collaboration with local government, closely with the Education Department in Tulsipur. A hardworking, energetic and dedicated, young professional, with six years of work experience in the education sector especially, with children and women.

What it is about

People carry different identities in terms of their gender, sexuality, ethnicity, religion, economic status, geographic location, ability, disability, educational level etc. To gain a better understanding of the changing world, it is important to first understand yourself, the people around you and the narratives each individual carries based on their various identities.     

This course will explore different identities from the lens of gender and intersectionality.