Day 3
November 14th, 2015
08:00 - 08:30 AM • Registration

Parallel Sessions - 08:45 - 10:30 PM
Session I
Gender And Development

Session I I
Engendering Governance (15 Minutes)

Session I I I
Young Scholar Session-
‘Culture Politics and Media’
08:45-09:00 AM
Gender and Infrastructure
Ms. Julie Babinard, Senior Transport Specialist, Transport Unit of the Transport, Water and Information, and Communication, World Bank, Washington DC
Engendering Governance : Integrating Gender and Human Rights into the Post 2015 Development Agenda
Prof. Radhika Balakrishnan, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA
Dismantling Heteronormativity: an Agenda for Gender Equality in Media
Mr. Pranta Pratik Pat - naik , Assistant Professor, University of Rajasthan
09:02–09:17 AM
Gender and Infrastructure
Ms. Sonomi Tanaka, Technical Advisor (Gender Equity), ADB
Feminist Reflections on Power, Politics and Policy Transformation: a Case Study on Engendering Governance through Supporting Organising and Building Institutions of the Poor Under the National Rural Livelihoods Mission (NRLM)”
Ms. Sejal Dand Director, ANANDI, New Delhi
Love, Sex and Relationship as Consumerism; an Inquiry into Contemporary Bazar of Films
Mr. Aamir Qayoom , Research Scholar, JNU, New Delh
09:19-09:34 AM
Gender Issues and Industry
Ms. Nadereh Chamlou, Former Senior Advisor, The World Bank. Washington DC
Caste as 'Counter Publics' to Gender: Engendering Rural Local Governance in India
Dr. Manjula Bharathi, Associate Professor, TISS, Mumba
Feminisati n of Power in Pakistan
Abdul Wahid Khan, Fatin Nawaz and Sana Rizwan
Examining the ‘Intersectionality’ in Feminist Politics of India: Reading through Subaltern Women
Mr. Jadhav Prathap Singh, Ms. Tania Anupam Patel, Research Scholar, HCU, Hyderabad
09:36-09:51 AM
Public Private Partnership
Dr. PTM Sunish, CEO, The Gender Park Government of Kerala, and Ms. Shanti Joseph Director, Alterneit Lifestyles Trivandrum

Ms. Sonomi Tanaka,
Technical Advisor (Gender Equity), ADB
Chair: Prof. Padmini Swaminathan , TISS, Hyderabad
Lost Dreams of Kashmiri Pandit Women
Dr. Jiji Paul. S, Asst Prof. Mar Dionysious College, Pazhanji. Kerala
The Political Economy of Violence: Women and Livelihoods in Post war Sri Lanka
Ms. Prashanti Jayasekhara, CEPA Colombo, Sri Lanka
Third Gender and the Crisis of Citizenship
Ms. Anzu Augustine Thematic Anchor Kudumbashree, NRO,Kerala
10:08-10:30 AM
Chair: Ms. Nalini Nayak, SEWA, Kerala
Contested Body and Desire: Lived Experiences of Lesbians In Kerala
Ms. Agaja P, M.Phil HCU, Hyderabad
Chair: Ms. Jayasree Prasad
10:30 - 10:45 AM - Tea Break
Plenary Session - 10:45 - 12:00 PM
Disability: Changing the Power Equation
10:45-10:55 AM

Inclusion of Women with Disabilities: Need for a Gender Framework

Dr. MK Jeyaraj, Director, State Institute for the Mentally Challenged, Dept. of General Education, Govt. of Kerala
10:57-11:07 AM

Gender and Disability: an Intersectional Approach
Ms. Mercy Kappen, Director, Visthar , Academy of Justice and Peace, Bangalore
11:09-11:19 AM

'The Advantage of Being Disabled'

Ms. Sabriye Tenberken , Founder, Kanthari International, Kerala
11:21 -12:00

Chair: Mr. Graham Varley , Kanthari International, Trivandrum, Kerala
Parallel Sessions 12:00 - 1:15 PM

Session I
Special Session- Self-Help or Social Transformation: The Role of Women in Local Governance in Kerala, India, and South Africa
Session I I
Young Scholar Session- Education

12:00 - 12:15 PM
Making Space for Women in Urban Governance? Leadership and Claims- Making in a Kerala Slum
Dr. Glyn Williams, University of Sheffield, UK and Dr. Guro Aandhal NIBR, Oslo
The Influence of Parental Variables on Gender Discrimination of The Primary School Child in Port Harcourt Metropolis of Rivers State, Nigeria
Mr. Anero Nnamdi, Faculty of Education Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Port Harcourt, Nigeria
12:17 - 12:32 PM
Practicing Women's Agency in South Africa: Reflections on Women in Governance
Dr. Michelle Williams, University of Witwatersrand, South Africa
Vocational Education and Training and Labour Market Outcomes: a Gender Perspective
Ms. Andrea Vincent , ISEC, Bangalore
12:34 -12:49 PM
Women's Access to Resources in Two Highly Disadvantaged Communities in Kerala
Dr. Vinoj Abraham , Associate Professor, CDS, Trivandrum
Absence of Transgender in Curriculum
Dr. Sundara Raj T , Assistant professor, and Mr. Kiran Paul Periyar University, Tamil Nadu
12:51 - 01:15 PM
Chair: Dr Devika Associate Professor, CDS
Muslim Women and Access to Public Sphere: Constraining Role of Education
Ms. Khadeeja Mangat , Calicut, Kerala
Educational Schemes Serving Poor Students: a Case Study of Performance of Girl Children In Dhuri Village of West Bengal
Ms. Anima Mali , Research Scholar TISS, Mumbai
Access To Education in Muslim Women in Nepal with Reference to Gender Equality Approach
Mr. Dilli R. Prasai, Lecturer, Tribhuvan University, Nepal
Chair: Ms. Mini Sukumar Assistant Professor, Centre for women’s studies
01:15-02:15 PM - Lunch Break
Round Table 02:15 - 03:45 PM
Entrepreneurship and Leadership
Round Table Discussants
Ms. Kalki Subramaniam , Founder, Sahodari Foundation
Ms Sharmistha Mukherjee , Activist, Dancer, New Delhi
Ms. Meagan Falloone, CEO, Barefoot College International,Tilonia, Rajasthan
Ms. Vanitha Datla , Chairperson, CII, Telengana
Dr. Mohammed Saqib, Secretary General at India China Economic and Cultural Council
Ms. Ritu Kapur, Co-Founder, The Quint, Delhi
Ms. Li, Chinese Entrepreneur
Ms. Anu Sriram, Deputy Chairwoman , IWN Southern Region, CII
Dr. Mary Roy (2 mnt Video)
Ms. Maria Umar , Founder, Women's Digital League
Moderator: Dr. KM Abraham , Additional Chief Secretary, Finance and Social Justice, Kerala
03:45 - 04:00 PM - Tea Break
04:00- 06:00 PM

Valedictory Ceremony International Conference on Gender Equality (ICGE-1) Statement Declaration
07:00 PM - Buffet Dinner & Performance