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Jemma is responsible for learning and communication on gender justice within Oxfam GB. This involves the development of gender learning tools and methodologies, the delivery of training and awareness raising, and the promotion of effective communication on gender justice within Oxfam GB.
Prior to joining Oxfam, Jemma worked in the UK providing domestic and sexual violence support to women, as well as to services including NGOs, local authorities, the police, probation and the prison service, before becoming a trainer and volunteer coordinator working with men serving custodial sentences.
Jemma has a degree in International Development and Politics and an MA in Development and Gender, both from the University of Leeds.
Oxfam has teamed up with Disaster Ready to provide a new online course on how Gender Justice impacts development and humanitarian work. Jemma Stringer introduces why a course such as this is so important...
When it comes to poverty and gender inequalities everyone loses out - women, men, boys, girls, communities, the economy, the environment - the list goes on. But it doesn't have to be like this....
Jemma Stringer, Laurie Adams
Introduction to development,
The 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence is a global campaign, bookended quite deliberately by two international days of reflection and action which open and close it: the International...
Chioma Akuabia Ukwuagu, Genevieve Gauthier, Jemma Stringer
How can you incorporate gender considerations into humanitarian, development and campaigns work? As Jemma Stringer explains, if you're pushed for time reading a Quick Guide would be a good start.
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