Individual staff members continued to pursue their individual research interests which ranged from issues related to: Gender and Theology; Gender, Sexuality and HIV/AIDS as well as Gender, Work and Trade.

Staff Research Activities

  • Dr. Dunn was involved in research on Gender and Work including a study on the Unconditional Worst Forms of Child Labour for the ILO.
  • Dr. Annecka Marshall was involved in two research projects on Gender and Sexuality.

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  • Ms. June Castello and Ms. Althea Perkins wrote & edited Unit 1 of the Module Understanding Sex and Gender for a UNIFEM/UNICEF CD-ROM project.
  • Ms. Althea Perkins coordinated the RCU´s Gender and Training Project on Gender Socialization, Schooling and Violence and presented the findings at a CARICOM/CGDS RCU/UNIFEM Workshop in Dominica, May 3-4, 2006.
  • Ms Perkins also participated in writing a Training Manual on Gender, Sexuality and HIV/AIDS and served as a trainer for two (2) workshops held in Trinidad and Tobago and in Jamaica under this UNIFEM/IGDS TT project.
  • Ms Beverly Shirley served as a researcher for the Jamaica Economy Since Independence project and also made progress in writing her MPhil dissertation.

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