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Outreach

Outreach plays an important role in fulfilling the Institute’s mandate. In this regard, the IGDS St. Augustine Unit extends its influence to the wider Trinidad and Tobago, the Caribbean and internationally through a number of services and activities. These include our Lunchtime seminars, as well as outreach through workshops, public seminars, providing consultancy services and serving on Advisory committees of a number of organisations. In addition, the Institute’s staff and graduate students serve as guest speakers for a number of NGOs, international organisations and corporate events. Our outreach also includes the commemoration of designated International Days through cultural events, public lectures and displays.

The Institute’s outreach programme plays a vital role in ensuring the Institute’s continued presence and commitment to the women’s movement as well as to contributing to the development of public policy in the wider society. The Institute has sustained a prominent presence and continued involvement with civil society and it is out of this engagement that the impetus to establish academic scholarship was born.

Through this outreach function, the Institute maintains linkages with the women’s movement, the emerging men’s movement and the wider society acts as a key source of information locally, regionally and internationally on Caribbean gender issues.

 

 

LUNCHTIME

outreach lunchtime seminars

LUNCHTIME SEMINARS

LITERARY LUNCHES

PUBLIC FORA

outreach public fora

PUBLIC FORA

PANEL DISCUSSIONS

 

PUBLIC LECTURES

outreach public lectures

 

 

GUEST SEMINARS

outreach seminars

VISITING SCHOLARS

BOOK LAUNCHES

outreach literary lunches

 


CONFERENCES

outreach conferences

 

FILM SCREENINGS

outreach film screening

INTERNATIONAL

DAYS


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For lunchtime seminars,

book launches, public forums,

public lectures and more.

 

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Photographs available for download

 

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