Women Research Institute’s Participation at the Global Forest Watch Summit 2019 in Washington DC
The Global Forest Watch (GFW) held its inaugural Summit of practitioners and innovators in the field of forest monitoring from the 18th to 19th June 2019 at the Marvin Center, George Washington University in Washington DC. The purpose of this summit was to strengthen the capacity of the forest monitoring community to implement a technology-based monitoring approach in the development of forest management, conservation and restoration. Women Research Institute, a partner of the World Resources Institute, was invited to participate in the GFW Summit activities and exchange knowledge and experiences related to forest monitoring tools with other World Resources Institute partner institutions. The GFW Summit 2019 activities included multiple panel discussions that participants could attend. Women Research Institute researchers participated in various discussion sessions, topics included 1) The latest information about the development of the GFW platform, 2) Discussion on forest monitoring tools and practices 3) Discussion on Community Monitoring and Evaluation 4) Networking Session: user marketplace, 5) Utilizing data for real action.
- 1. A Discussion on Establishing and Strengthening Strategic Sisterhood with Prof. Dr. Saskia Wieringa (University of Amsterdam)
- ... to find an eligible, rich man as a spouse, otherwise they would have nothing as they are discouraged to work and have careers. As a result, they become secluded. The feeling of sisterhood is something ...
- Created on 16 February 2016
- 2. Contemporary Trends in Asia: Decentralisation, Gender and Sexuality, and Popular Culture, Adelaide, Australia, April 2009
- ... Participants We would like to encourage a diverse range of participants, including post-graduate students, early-career scholars and established scholars to participate in this symposium. We particularly ...
- Created on 07 April 2009
- 3. Study Visit and Symposium Contemporary Trends in Asia, Adelaide, Australia, April 2009
- (Study Visit)
- ... students, early-career scholars and established scholars to participate in this symposium. We particularly encourage participants working within a multi-disciplinary framework. We ask participants to address ...
- Created on 07 April 2009
- 4. Advocacy Workshop Module Development to Accelerate Reduction of Maternal, Newborn, and Child Mortality, June 2007
- ... The participants should also represent people who already in the level of mid-career. It is hope that people from this level may have knowledge on the issues and advocacy, as well as have influence to ...
- Created on 26 June 2007
- 5. Equal Employment Opportunity in Indonesia
- (Women Workers)
- ... r livelihoods and career paths or indirect economic rights such as menstruation and labor leave. Another activity is to follow up ratified International Labor Organization (ILO) Conventions. The Law a ...
- Created on 28 December 2005