Results 4 resources
Let’s learn together’: co-creating mental health solutions with adolescents in Tanzania and Viet Nam [ODI Case study]Myers, C., & Samuels, F. - 2022 - ODI
Gender-Transformative Programming in UNICEF Selected Case StudiesMarcus, R., Samuels, F., Belachew, H., & Jalal, S. - 2021
Reflections and Lessons for UNICEF’s Gender Policy and Action Plan (2022-2025), A compendium of papers, Florence: UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre
How to Design EdTech Programmes That Lead to Gender-Transformative Change [Position paper]Samuels, F., Leon-Himmelstine, C., Marcus, R., & Myers, C. - 2022 - EdTech Hub
This paper outlines how EdTech programming can adopt a gender-transformative approach to improve gender equity in access and learning outcomes. It explains what the term ‘gender-transformative change’ means, and why it is needed. Some key dimensions of gender-transformative approaches in the specific context of EdTech initiatives are outlined, looking at how different approaches can enhance access to education and learning opportunities and improve outcomes, and challenge discriminatory...
“Let’s learn together”: co-creating mental health solutions with adolescents in Tanzania and Viet NamMyers, C., Samuels, F., Kyungu, E., … Pellini, A. - 2022, March 4 - ODI: Think Change
Co-creation is when participants and key stakeholders themselves are central to the process of designing solutions. This approach challenges the idea that interventions should be designed for individuals, and instead focuses on contextualising interventions through designing solutions by the very individuals who will be using them.This ODI Case study explores the experiences and reflections that emerged from designing and implementing a co-creation process. The project, funded by Fondation...