|Organisation :||Dalhousie University|
|Type :||Établissement d'enseignement|
|Mandat :||Dalhousie University is a comprehensive, post-secondary educational institution with a broad mandate to serve Nova Scotia, Atlantic Canada and the nation through activities that integrate research, scholarship, teaching and service. Founded as a non-denominational institution in 1818 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Dalhousie is one of the country's leading teaching and research universities in Canada. Dalhousie is the largest university in Maritime Canada and provides over 15,800 students with a first-class university education in more than 180 undergraduate, graduate and professional programs. In addition to arts, social science, science, management and computer science degree programs, the university provides professional and specialized training in a variety of health professions, medicine, dentistry, architecture, engineering and law. Dalhousie is committed to the principle of internationalization and actively participates in many international activities. In 1987, Dalhousie established Lester Pearson International as the administrative arm responsible for overseeing the conduct and administration of all of the university's international projects. In addition, LPI also coordinates a development education program; disseminates international information; serves as the International Liaison Office (ILO) for the university; facilitates international agreements of cooperation; and hosts international officials.|
|Adresse :||6299 South Street
Henry Hicks AA Building
Halifax, Nova Scotia,
FAX: (902) 494-1216
|Veuillez visiter le site Internet de l'organisation offrant ce stage pour connaître ses exigences avant de lui envoyer votre curriculum vitae.|
|Personne ressource :||Jennifer Morawiecki|
|Site Web en français :|
|Site Web en anglais :||www.dal.ca/lpi|
|Pays :||Afrique du Sud|
|Ville :||Cape Town|
|Secteur :||Non affecté/Non spécifié|
|Description du stage :||
The Gender-Based Analysis Research and Capacity Officers at all three regional offices of SAHARA (Southern Africa - Cape Town, South Africa; West Africa - Dakar, Senegal; East and Central Africa - Kisumu, Kenya) will support SAHARA in realizing their mandate to incorporate gender into all levels of their organization's work. This includes: building capacity to integrate GBA into all research proposals, activities, analysis and reporting; facilitating gender equality in hiring and training decisions within the organization; and the development of gender mainstreaming policies within their organization. Furthermore, the interns will assist researchers to disseminate research findings and knowledge translation to ensure the uptake of new knowledge into policy and programming spheres.
SAHARA is committed to multi-site and multi-country social and behavioural research on HIV/AIDS. They are currently developing their five year plan and have a organizational mandate to ensure their research reflects the gendered dimensions of the epidemic. The interns will work with SAHARA's regional directors and research coordinators to help fulfill this mandate.
The South African-based intern will also assist with the data analysis and dissemination of findings from the 2008 South African National HIV/AIDS Prevalence, Incidence and Behavioural Survey (SABSSM III). This household survey is being held up as a model for accurate measurement of HIV incidence and prevalence and may be replicated in neighbouring countries as resources become available.
Overseas Job Description:
The intern will assist in the analysis of SABSSM III using a gender-based analytical lens. This will involve statistical analysis, literature review, and the writing of academic articles.
The intern will facilitate the use of gender-based analysis throughout the data-collection stage of a study on male circumcision, which is currently being implemented.
The intern will assist region SAHARA staff to employ a gender-based analytical lens to data-collection on other research projects as they arise, and will assist with funding proposals as required.
The intern will have a background in women's issues, gender health, and/or HIV/AIDS. Solid research and analytical skills will be considered essential, and previous experience in Africa will be considered a strong asset. Demonstrated ability to adapt to culturally diverse situations will also be advantageous. Given the high level of research competency required for this internship, a postgraduate degree will be extremely beneficial to the successful applicant.
|Organisation d'accueil :||Human Sciences Research Council / SAHARA Southern Africa regional office|
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