Centre for Development Studies
Anuradha Mundkur has extensive international teaching and practical experience in the fields of gender and development. As the Associate Director of the Gender Consortium, her responsibilities include designing and facilitating capacity development programs on gender sensitive policy-making, implementation and evaluation as well as research on gender equity issues and good governance.
Her book titled Peace and Security: Implications for Women examines the implementation of UN Security Council Resolutions on 'Women, Peace and Security' in the Asia Pacific region. Her recently edited book Information Technology, Development and Social Change challenges the notions that innovations in information technology mean progress and advancement for developing communities.
Anu is actively involved in advocating for gender equity though her work as the Chair of UN Women Australia's Adelaide Chapter, former Board member of UN Women Australia, Current Member of the Premier’s Council for Women (South Australia) and the South Australia Strategic Plan Audit Committee.
As the Associate Director of the Gender Consortium, CDS, her responsibilities include curriculum design, participatory training on gender analysis and gender mainstreaming and research on gender equity issues.