Gillian Fletcher

Gillian Fletcher

Gillian has more than 15 years’ experience of working in, researching, and evaluating international development. She began as a VSO volunteer with an HIV prevention and AIDS care INGO in Cambodia. Her PhD examined the gaps between rhetoric and practice in HIV prevention in Myanmar. Methodologically, Gillian has a strong commitment to participatory action research and reflective learning. Gillian is also Senior Reviews Editor for the Culture, Health and Sexuality journal, and a member of the Australian Council for International Development University Network Committee. She is based at La Trobe University's Institute for Human Security and Social Change. 

Articles

Different development: walk the talk

14th April 2015

The argument for asset-based approaches to development programming and practice that value communities' capacity, skills and knowledge.

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Gender in impact evaluation: norms as well as numbers

27th November 2015

Sex-disaggregated data tells us little about the gender-related impact of an intervention, argues DLP research fellow Gillian Fletcher, since gender is a process of judgement linked to norms about femininity or masculinity.

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