Kate Grantham

Vice President, Canadian Association for the Study of International Development (CASID)

Dr. Kate Grantham is the current Vice President of the Canadian Association for the Study of International Development (CASID), a national, bilingual, interdisciplinary and pluralistic association devoted to the promotion of new knowledge in the broad field of international development. She is also a Research Associate at McGill University’s Institute for the Study of International Development, and a development consultant specializing in feminist research and approaches.

My Sessions

Feminism(s) in Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment Programming? Research and Experience on Overseas Partner Perspectives with Feminist Development Approaches

Room 110

REGISTER FOR THIS SESSION LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE How do Canadian organizations and their partners in the Global South integrate gender equality into their programming, and to what extent do they consider their approaches to be ‘feminist’? Since the launch of the Feminist International Aid Policy (FIAP) in 2017, an emphasis on promoting gender equality and […]


Decolonizing Knowledge: Canada’s Leadership in Knowledge Partnerships

Room 106 AB

Register for this session   Canadian institutions – CSOs, Universities, Think Tanks, Government bodies, Ministries – worked together with a shared purpose which is inspired by Canada’s leadership of values, ideas, and relationships. This leadership includes and values diverse voices and partners from around the world. Panellists from India, Philippines and Canada will share their […]