Methodology

Apr 02
Rondalla practice. Credit: Agnes Quisumbing

How Learning to Play the Bandurria Made Me a Better Social Scientist

Very recently, I told my colleagues in my day job that I couldn’t work on a proposal over the weekend because I would be rehearsing and performing with the Iskwelahang Pilipino Rondalla. In my day job, I am a senior research fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute in […] Continue reading

Dec 22
Ending gender-based violence workshop

A Participatory Process to Confront Gender-Based Violence

During the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence campaign, held annually from November 25th to December 10th, people around the globe discuss how to stop violence against women and girls. GBV also affects men and boys, regardless of their gender identity and sexual orientation. GBV is a perverse abuse […] Continue reading

Jul 18

Gender and Technology: A New Toolkit for Agricultural Technology Assessments

In the steeps hills of Nepal, visitors soon notice that there are few men to be seen. Many have migrated for work: according to the Department of Foreign Employment, in 2014/15 men accounted for 95% of the estimated 500,000 permits issued to labor migrants in Nepal. In men’s absence, rural women […] Continue reading

Jun 13

Guide to Participatory Evaluation Methods: Most Significant Change and PhotoVoice

This past year Cultural Practice, LLC (CP) evaluated three Lutheran World Relief (LWR) projects in India, Uganda and Nicaragua. These three projects were pilots for the Learning for Gender Initiative (LGI) and focused on raising agriculture production and reducing gender gaps. CP led an evaluation of these pilot projects using […] Continue reading