The Gender Park works towards creating relevant interventions that help address a range of gender-based issues. These involve both off-campus as well as on-campus activities and include various projects that work towards empowering individuals and communities by adopting a gender lens while designing interventions.
It aims to specifically increase state capacity and efficiency by providing reports, evaluations and recommendations on government action in the realm of gender justice. As a registered society under the Department of Women and Child Development, it is uniquely positioned to see that these recommendations are implemented by the government.
Gender Park hopes to engage in transformative research and education in the field of gender. Through the Gender Park’s International Institute for Gender and Development (IIGD) –it will engage in solution-based knowledge management on different aspects of gender, development and governance via fellowships, research and academic training.