IGS University of Twente
Research group CSTM

Definitive Schedule

Symposium – Engendering the Energy Transition

Theory meets policy and practice

South meets North

University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands

23 – 24 November 2016

Wednesday 23rd November, Ravelijn

10:00

Registration and coffee

 

Session Chair: Prof. Hans Bressers (CSTM/UT)

10:30-11:00

Opening – by Prof. Maarten van Steen
Setting the Scene: Prof. Joy Clancy (CSTM/UT)

11:00-11:45

Key note (Skype presentation) – Evolution of the Gender and Empowerment Discourse,
Professor Caroline Moser, Emeritus Professor, University of Manchester

11:45-12:30

The View from the North
Gender and the Energy Transition in the North: Light on a Dark Area

Joy Clancy, Carla Sugey García Vázquez and Beau Warbroek, CSTM (UT)

12:30-13:30

Lunch

 

Session Chair: Prof Carla Millar, NIKOS (UT)

13:30-15:00

The View from the South

Gender, Transport and Health;

Dr Magi Matinga, Visiting researcher CSTM (UT)
Have we got the Energy to Power Women’s Enterprises?

Dr Nthabi Mohlakoana, CSTM (UT)

15:00-15:30

Tea

15:30-17:00

Methodological Approaches

 

The Revelatory Power of Feminist Political Ecology;

Dr Rebecca Elmhirst (University of Brighton)

 

Indicators and metrics for gender and energy research;

Dr Annemarije Kooijman, ENERGIA IS

17:00-17:15

Closing Reflection - Marietta Shimizu-Larenas, Senior Policy Officer Gender in Inclusive Green Growth, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands

18:00

Dinner, Paradijs (Transport to restaurant and back to hotel/campus organised)

Thursday 24 Nov.,Ravelijn

 

Conceptualising Women’s Empowerment

Session Chair: Sheila Oparaocha, ENERGIA

09:00-09:45

Keynote – On the possibilities of feminist energy analytics;

Dr Ingrid L. Nelson, University of Vermont

09:45-10:30

Women’s Empowerment in Energy Projects: What is the meaning?

Dr Tanja Winther, University of Oslo

10:30-11:00

Coffee

11:00-11:45

Energizing Equality: report findings and the road ahead

Ana Rojas, Consultant Gender, Energy and Sustainable Development

11:45-12:30

Learning from others (1)

 

Women’s Entrepreneurship and Frugal Innovation in small-scale businesses in Africa
Saskia Vossenberg and Prof Peter Knorringa (ISS, Erasmus University)

12:30-13:15

Lunch Waaier

 

Session Chair: Prof. Han van Dijk, Africa Studies Centre, University of Leiden, Waaier

13:15-14:45

Learning from others (2)

 

Gender, households and climate change

Prof Nathalie Holvoet and Katrien Van Aelst (University of Antwerp)
Translating women’s rights failures into rights claims in the energy system. - Dr Anouka van Eerdwijk, (KIT/Radboud Univ, Nijmegen) and Katrine Danielsen (KIT)
Gendered approaches to analysing water governance

Dr Gül Özerol, CSTM/University of Twente and Leila Harris, University of British Colombia, Canada

14:45-15:00

Closing Reflection – Prof. Han van Dijk, Africa Study Center, Leiden University

16:00

Inaugural lecture: In the light of what we know: Gender and Energy transformations – Professor Joy Clancy (Prof.ir. M.P. Breedveld-room, Waaier building)