Calling GPPN Student Groups on Gender
Greetings from Bridging Gap, the student-led initiative focusing on gender and policy at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore!
We would like to introduce you to The Gender Futures Project.
While most Futures thinking exercises are done by policymakers in positions of power, and are focused mainly on technological and economic disruptions, we in this project aim to understand how soon-to-be policy makers envision gender policies in the future. This project is an attempt by the Bridging Gap team to encourage policy students to think about the future of gender policies, where expected improvements and deteriorations lie, and so on. This, we believe, will act as an indicator for all of us to think about how we can shape these policies for a better future.
How can you help?
Kindly fill in this questionnaire here and record your responses on where YOU see the future of gender is heading. Alternatively, you can access the survey using the QR code embedded in the flyer attached. Bridging Gap will collate all responses and share the completed report. With the collected data, we aim to produce a report that outlines what policy students are thinking about in terms of future of policy making in the realm of gender policies. We will circulate this report (once done) with all the policy schools from GPPN network.