A new publication by Professor Sylvia Chant is featured in the January issue of Sight and Life Magazine, ‘Addressing World Poverty Through Women and Girls: A Feminised Solution?’ A free and downloadable version of the article is available directly through Sight and Life.
At the end of the Michaelmas term last year, LSE Research Festival announced a number of category winners, and Sally Park, a final year BA Geography student in the Department of Geography and Environment, was one of the joint winners of the Booth Prize. In this blog, Sally reflects on her experience of working with her…
Sylvia Chant’s (2016) ‘Women, girls and world poverty: empowerment, equality or essentialism?’ is the winner of the Editor’s Choice February 2016 in International Development Planning Review. Abstract: This paper asks if mounting reliance on women and girls to solve world poverty is an effective means to achieve greater female empowerment and gender equality, or whether, instead, it threatens…
[Originally Posted on the LSE teaching blog] As the call for submissions to LSE Research Festival Exhibition 2015 is launched, several of the School’s academics who exhibited photographs and films last year tell us about the benefits for their teaching of communicating research in visual form. Sylvia Chant, Professor in LSE’s Department of Geography and…
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