On 19 and 20 October, the Institute of Development Studies hosted an online dialogue with CORE partners on Shaping policy and practice with intersectional gender responsive evidence (in the context of Covid-19). The event aimed to enhance efforts to inform and influence policy, management, and practice with intersectional gender-responsive evidence.
This dialogue was the second event in a series of mutual learning discussions, which aim to enhance the efforts to inform and influence policy within the CORE cohort of projects, by sharing learning between cohort members from their approaches and experiences at country and regional levels. It follows on from the first event in the series on Sharing experiences and learning on approaches to influence policy and practice.
The online dialogue highlighted the experiences of CORE partners Glasswing and the Arab Reform Initiative (ARI). The learning guide on ‘Mutual learning for policy impact: Insights from CORE. Shaping policy and practice with intersectional gender responsive evidence (in the context of Covid-19)’ captures the practical insights and advice from the event, to help inform the practice of participants and other projects across the portfolio.