On Thursday, June 10, 2021, during a competition organised as part of the Unesco Chair Festival called “My thesis in 3 minutes”, Mr. Epiphane MARAHOUA, a doctoral student of the Gender Dividend project funded by the International Development Research Centre (IDRC), was distinguished for his research work on the theme of gender.
It was at the Joseph Ki-Zerbo University in Burkina Faso where he presented his paper which was ranked 2nd among the best papers presented.
Organised by the Unesco Chair, Shared Development Challenges, this 3rd International Study Day on “Population, Issues and Security Crises” aims to promote young researchers to enable them to strengthen their professional research skills and discuss their work among peers and with a teaching team.
It is on this occasion that Mr. MARAHOUA, presented his paper entitled ”Socio-political instability and participation of women in the labour market in Côte d’Ivoire “ to which comments were made by the jury for improvement.
During the festival, several workshops were held in plenary and in half-groups. They were facilitated by experts in their field of expertise to deepen the knowledge of the participating researchers and doctoral students.