The University of Twente’s Department of Governance and Technology for Sustainability
(CSTM) in partnership with European Association of Development and Training
Institutes (EADI), Africa Studies Centre (Leiden University) and ENERGIA
invites academics, researchers and practitioners to participate in the
symposium: Engendering the Energy Transition.
seeks to create a multi-discipline platform where a number of leading researchers,
from the South and the North, will share experiences and understanding
about how gender shapes and is shaped by their context. We aim to bring
together for mutual learning researchers from different disciplines and sectors
with an interest in gender.
will be based on work carried out in the South and North from a range of
sectors. The symposium links to the Sustainable Energy For All (SE4ALL) Dialogue
and the EU’s Horizon 2020 Programme asking for an ‘analysis of the role and the
significance of gender aspects related to energy ‘.
The symposium is being held in
conjunction with the inaugural lecture of Professor Joy Clancy, Chair of Energy
organisers are pleased to acknowledge financial support from the University of
Twente Fund and EADI.