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The IGDS equally recognises academic output and activism as part of its responsibility to national and regional development. Greater sensitivity to gender related issues is enabled through academic publications, teaching and research, and community involvement.

students at NUDE event

IGDS gender studies students at the National Union of Domestic Employees (NUDE) World Day for Decent Work event, Arima, Trinidad, October 7, 2011

activism 2012

Support for Change a student group at the IGDS, UWI. St. Augustine Campus action in support of the National Gender Policy, outside The Parliament Trinidad and Tobago, 2012