• Gender perspectives in learning processes within SAF-BIN

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  • 06/04/2016

All German speakers can read a short summary of the thesis SAF-BIN Master student Katharina Zangerle in the current BOKU Magazin (1/2016). (pdf page 20!)

Katharina completed her field research in SAF-BIN project sites in Nepal. Her research focused on learning processes and gender aspects. The full text (in English) is available from

The resarch was also supported by the Inge Dirmhirn Grant. This grant is awarded by the Equal Opportunity working group of BOKU - Universität für Bodenkultur Wien to support BOKU students thesis research focusing on gender and diversity issues.

PIC: Katharina Zangerle (left) with Centre for Development Research deputy head Maria Wurzinger (right) during the final presentation of her master thesis in January 2016
(c) Roschinsky