Virtual Presentations


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01 Khadija: The Caravan Owner

Maxine Meilleur (Harvard Divinity School, USA)

02 Sexual Diversity and Gender Identity in Sri Lankan perspective with special reference to rights and position of sexual minorities in Criminal Justice System of Sri Lanka

Wijayath A.H (Attorney-at-Law, Sri Lanka)

03 Women’s Studies: Gendered Scholarship, Activism, and Storytelling for a Sustainable Planet – Things That Cannot Be Said”: A Visual Work to Reflect About Urban Freedom and Women.

Claudia Roselli (University of Florence, Italy)

04 Understanding Masculinity in Pastoral Communities in Northern Kenya

Kottutt J.J (Emory University, Rollins School of Public Health (RSPH))

05 The Working Women Taboo: A Qualitative Study by Syrian Refugee Women

Karadsheh Z (Kingston University, England)

06 The Effects of Husband’s Alcohol Consumption and Women’s Empowerment on Domestic Violence in India: Insights from NFHS-4

Parekh A (Monk Prayogshala, India)

07 Bracketing Educational Technology and Gender Perspective in the University Context

Dr. V.S. Nirban, Dr. Tanu Shukla, Divya Dosaya (BITS Pilani, India)                                                                                                                              

08 An Inclusive Grassroots Approach for the Post-Feminist Era: A Case Study of Sri Lanka

S. De Visser (Sri Lanka)

09 Re-Narrating the Self

Sheetala Bhat (University of Western Ontario, Canada)

10 Women’s Sports in India : A Feminist Review

Dr. Manisha Mondal (Gushkara Mahavidyalaya Gushkara, Purba Bardhaman, India)

11 Empowering South Asian Women through Accessible Education – Achievements of Bangladesh

Hoimonti Barua (Jawaharlal Nehru University, India)

12 Gender Consideration in Admittance of Reproductive Health Facilities in Pakistan

Sara Akram, Dr. 1Rao Nadeem Alam, 2Ningli Li (1Quaid-e-Azam University Islamabad, 2Sun-Yat -Sen University China)

13 Traversing the Cracks in the Empowerment Narrative

Urmika Sinha (Indian Institute of Technology, India)

14 Filling Up the Gaps Between Formal and Informal Women: Law Reforms for the Development of the Status of Sri Lanakn Domestic Working Women

J.A.Indunil Kumarasinghe (General Sir John Kotelawala Defence University, Sri Lanka)

15 Socio-Cultural Inertia and Women’s Vulnerability: A Case Study on Sanitation Practises

Reshma Ramesh, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Rao R Bhavani (Center for Women’s Empowerment and Gender Equality, India Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, India)

16 “ Representations of Women’s Role in Pakistan: A Critical Analysis Through Drama Serials ”

A. Fatima (Forman Christian College University, Lahore, Pakistan)

17 Gender and Security – Women Military Service in Social Perspective – History, Present, Law, Communication

Barbara Drapikowska (War Studies University in Warsaw, Poland)

18 Women and Institutional Representation: Trend or Paradigm Shifts

Dr.MeenakshiKaushik (New Delhi Institute of management, India)

19 Revisiting the Terms of the Patriarchal Bargain: Exploring the Gender Politics of Household Money Management in Rural Nepal

Gram, L.1, Skordis-Worrall, J.1, Mannell, J.1, Shannon, G.1, Manandhar, D.2, Saville, N.1, Morrison, J.1 (1Institute for Global Health, University College London,

2Mother Infant Research Activities, Nepal)

20 “ I’m Not Your Dalit ”; Issues of Identity and Solidarity

Dr. J. Brunnekreef (Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands)

21 Gender Identity and Leader Self-Awareness: A Research on Chinese University Female Student Leaders

Yifan Wang  (Beijing Foreign Studies University, China)

22 Who Perpetrates Violence on Own Spouses? Evidence from India

Bigi Thomas, Trivedi H.P, Rema subhash, Sangita N. Pathak (Sardar Patel University, Gujarat, India)

23 The Role of Researcher’s Positionality in the Creation of Knowledge

Faiza Tayyab (University of Leeds, England)

24 Exploring the Gender Digital Divide: Connecting ICT and Women Entrepreneurship

Dr. Tanu Shukla, Dr. V.S. Nirban (BITS Pilani. India)                       

25 The Effects of Relational Distance to Victim and Perpetrator on Advising to Report Rape in India

Parekh A, Kapoor H, Bhuptani P. (Department of Psychology, Monk Prayoshala, India)