Former Collaborating Researcher
Yiping Cai collaborated with UNRISD for the cooperative project with the Ford Foundation “Women’s organizations in the Asia region and the post-MDG process” (2012). For this project, Cai interviewed a number of women’s organizations in China and authored a research report on Chinese women’s organizations’ work and engagement with both transnational actors and post-2015 processes, and attended a workshop in Indonesia to present her research findings.
At the time of her collaboration with UNRISD, Cai was an executive committee member of DAWN (Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era). She has a Master’s degree in History from Peking University, and has worked previously as a researcher at the Women’s Studies Institute of China. She has worked as a consultant for UNIFEM, UNFPA, AusAID, the ILO, Dfid and the World Bank.
Other notable publications by Yiping Cai include:
2007. Find Their Stories: Women in Media. Jiuzhou Publishing House, Beijing.
2008. Handbook on Advancing Gender Mainstreaming (ed.), with project team “Capacity Building for Advancing Gender Mainstreaming.” Women's Studies Institute of China, Beijing.