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Dr. Philippe Doneys
Position: Associate Professor
Country of Origin: Canada
Email: philippe@ait.ac.th


Ext: 5673

Academic Affiliation

Gender and Development Studies
School of Environment, Resources and Development

Areas of Expertise (Keywords)

Empowerment
Gender and Politics
Gender and Migration
Gender
Masculinity
Gender-based Violence

Education

Professional Experience

Present Research Involvements

 

  1. Philippe Doneys (PI), Do policy makers understand the economic and social issues affecting low income women in four Mekong countries? (Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam), 2013-2016, Donor Australian AID.23,168,000 THB, 652,000 USD
  2. Philippe Doneys (PI), Consortium of Development Studies in Southeast Asia (CDSSEA), 2012-2016, Donor, IDRC, 3,471,594 THB (2012) 97, 708 USD, 4,628,792 THB (2013) 130,278 USD, 3,456,000 THB (2014) 97,269 USD
  3. Philippe Doneys, Mokbul Morshed Ahmad, Kyoko Kusakabe (co-PIs), APMAS Asian Project Management Support Programme, 2010-2013, Donor IFAD, 45,000,000 THB, 1,266,500 USD
  4. Philippe Doneys (PI), Masculinities and Gender-Based Violence in Bangladesh, 2011-2013, Donor, UNDP, 1,200,000 THB, 33,774 USD
  5. Philippe Doneys (PI), Empowerment and Income Generation Projects in the Mekong, 2011-2014, Donor NTNU, 1,219,000 THB, 34,309 USD
  6. Philippe Doneys and Babette Resurreccion (co-PIs), Re-visiting Gender in Development: Complex Inequalities in a Changing Asia, 2011-2014, Donor Norwegian Research Council, 7,004,000 THB, 197,000 USD
  7. Philippe Doneys and Kyoko Kusakabe (co-PIs), APMAS-Gender (Asian Project Management Support Programme), Gender Project, 2010-2013, Donor IFAD. 6,400,000, 180,000 USD
  8. Philippe Doneys (PI) Responding to the Feminization of AIDS: Gender Power Dynamics in Marriage and Sero-discordant Relationships: Implications for practice, Thailand, September 2010 to February 2011. Donor UN Women. 1,128,050 THB, 31,749 USD


 

Research Interests

Doctoral Research Supervision

  1. Sani Naivinit, Access To Community Telecenter And Livelihood Asset Changes, Graduated 2010
  2. Witchayanee Ocha, Expounding gender: Male and Transgender (Male to Female) Sex Worker Identities in the Global-Thai Sex Sector, Graduated 2012
  3. Rokeya Fahmida, Towards Equal Partners' Involvement in Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH): A Gender Perspective on the Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights Status of Married Couples in Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh, Graduated 2013
  4. Soma Dey, Shifting Livelihoods and Gender in the Matrilineal Garo Community of Modhupur Sal Forest, Bangladesh, Graduated 2013
  5. Sasaki Shinobu, The Gender Dimension of Human Security: A Case Study of Homeworkers in Thailand (co-chair), Expected graduation, May 2016
  6. Aurangzaib Alizai, Heteronormative Gender Binarism and Access to Citizenship Rights: A Case Study of Khwaja Saras of Pakistan, On-going
  7. Abdul Kader Nazmul, Glass Ceiling and Female Employees: A Case Study of Private Sector Industries in Bangladesh, On-going
  8. Phuong Thi Ha Pham, Adapting to Climate-induced Risks to Agriculture: A case study on Gender and Livelihood Security of the Co Tu of Vietnam's South Central Uplands, On-going
  9. Duanghathai Buranajaroenkij, Women's New Political Space in Thailand: A Case Study of the Red and Yellow Shirts Movements (co-chair), On-going
  10. Farid Ahmad Safi, Gender and Access to Reproductive Health Care Services in Balkh Province, Afghanistan, On-going
  11. Geeta Bhatrai Bastakoti, Gender Implications of Food Security and Climate Change in Nepal, On-going
  12. Rajan Parajuli, Gender Dimensions of Telemedicine Application in Rural Nepal, On-going
  13. Farha Naz, Gender Based Analysis of Adaptability to Flood: A Case of Char-Farmers  of  Zanjira Upazila of Shariatpur District, Bangladesh, On-going
  14. Immaculata Enefiok Emah, Gender Analysis Of Technical Vocational Education And Training And Employment Opportunities In Akwa Ibom State Of Nigeria, On-going
  15. Duangsamorn Jatupornpimol, A Study of Gender and HIV in Cambodia and Thailand (tentative, on leave), On-going
  16. Uddhav Guragain, Title pending, On-going
     

Selected Publications

Publications
    
1.    Books and Monographs

a.    Ragnhild Lund, Philippe Doneys and Bernadette Resurreccion (eds.), Gender Entanglements: Revisiting Gender in a Rapidly Changing Asia, Copenhagen: NIAS Press, 2015.
b.    Chantana Banpanasirichote, Philippe Doneys, Mike Hayes, Chandan Sengupta, (eds.), Mainstreaming Human Security in Asia, Bangkok: Chula Global Network, 2012 [ISBN 978-616-551-473-6].
c.    Philippe Doneys, Une nouvelle configuration politique en Thaïlande?: l'Etat et l'occupation de l'espace public par les organisations non gouvernementales et les acteurs transnationaux, Thèse de Doctorat, Paris, Institut d'études politiques, 2003.

2.    Book Chapters

a.    Lorina Sthapit and Philippe Doneys, “Roles and experiences of female Maoist combatants during and after the People’s War in Nepal”, in Peace Research Institute of Oslo (eds.), Women's Participation in Conflict Resolution in South Asia (Title Pending), to be published by Peace Research Institute of Oslo (PRIO), (pending).
b.    Donna L. Doane and Philippe Doneys, “Lost in Translation? Gender and Economic Empowerment in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region” in Ragnhild Lund, Philippe Doneys and Bernadette Resurreccion (eds.), Gender Entanglements: Revisiting Gender in a Rapidly Changing Asia, Copenhagen: NIAS press, 2015.
c.    Bernadette Resurreccion, Philippe Doneys and Ragnhild Lund, “Gender entanglements in gender and development: a call for grounded, multi-dimensional and ‘moving’ feminisms” in Ragnhild Lund, Philippe Doneys and Bernadette Resurreccion (eds.), Gender Entanglements: Revisiting Gender in a Rapidly Changing Asia, Copenhagen: NIAS press, 2015.
d.    Ragnhild Lund, Philippe Doneys and Bernadette Resurreccion, “Introduction”, in Ragnhild Lund, Philippe Doneys and Bernadette Resurreccion (eds.), Gender Entanglements: Revisiting Gender in a Rapidly Changing Asia, Copenhagen: NIAS press, 2015.
e.    Chantana Banpanasirichote, Philippe Doneys, Mike Hayes, Chandan Sengupta, “Introduction”, in Chantana Banpanasirichote, Philippe Doneys, Mike Hayes, Chandan Sengupta, (eds.), Mainstreaming Human Security in Asia, Bangkok: Chula Global Network, 2012 [ISBN 978-616-551-473-6], p. 1-14.
f.    Philippe Doneys, “Political reform through the public sphere: women's groups and the fabric of governance”, in Duncan McCargo (ed), Reforming Thai Politics. Copenhagen: NIAS Publishing, 2002

3.     Refereed journal articles: international, regional, national. 

    3.A    Articles in Refereed International Journals (published)
        
a.    Phuong Pham and Philippe Doneys, “Changing Livelihoods, Gender Roles and Gender Hierarchies: the Impact of Climate, Regulatory and Social Changes on Women and Men in a Co Tu Community in Vietnam”, Women's Studies International Forum, 54 (2016) 48–56.
b.    Shino Sasaki, Kyoko Kusakabe, Philippe Doneys (accepted 2015, in journal 2016). Exploring human (in-)security from a gender perspective: A case study of subcontracted workers in Thailand. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, Vol. 36, Issue 5/6
c.    Soma Dey, Bernadette P. Resurreccion, Philippe Doneys, Gender and Environmental Struggles: Voices from Adivasi Garo Community in Bangladesh, Gender, Place and Culture (09) 2013.
d.    Rokeya Fahmida and Philippe Doneys, Sexual coercion within marriage in Bangladesh. Women Studies International Forum 38 (2013) 117–124
e.    Groves G.E.C., Bernadette P. Resurreccion, Philippe Doneys. Keeping the peace is not enough: Human security and gender-based violence during the transitional period of Timor-Leste. Sojourn, 2(24), 2010, pp. 186-210.
f.    Philippe Doneys, Gender and the Migration Policy Regime in Thailand through a Human Security Lens, International Journal of Social Quality (Berghahn publisher), Vol. 1, No. 2,  2011 (formerly the European Journal of Social Quality which started in 1999), pp. 50-65.

    3.B     Articles in Refereed International Journals (submitted/pending)

a.    Duanghathai Buranajaroenkij, Philippe Doneys, Kyoko Kusakabe and Donna Doane, Expansion of Women Political Space through the Red and Yellow Shirt Movements in Thailand, Journal of Asian and African Studies, Submitted.

4.    Papers in Refereed Conference Proceedings

a.    Philippe Doneys, Gender and 'Development': What do 'empowerment' and 'security' mean to women beneficiaries of economic development projects in Mekong countries? (Focus on Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar and Viet Nam), Consortium for Southeast Asian Studies in Asia (SEASIA), Kyoto, Japan, December 12-13, 2015.
b.    Lorina Sthapit and Philippe Doneys, Roles and experiences of female Maoist combatants during and after the People’s War in Nepal, paper presented at the International Conference on Gender, Empowerment and Conflict in South Asia, Kolkata, 6-8 November, 2014.
c.    Philippe Doneys and Donna L. Doane, What is Essential is Invisible’: Empowerment and Security in Economic Development Projects for Low-Income Women in Four Mekong Countries, ASEASUK 14 Conference, University of Brighton, September 12-14, 2014.
d.    Philippe Doneys and Donna L. Doane, Gender, Empowerment And Implications From Research, Paper presented at the International Development Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, 3-5 December 2012.
e.    Philippe Doneys, Donna Doane, Stephen Atwood and Duangsamorn Jatupornpimol, Responding to the Feminization of AIDS in Thailand: Gender Power Dynamics in Marriage and Sero-discordant Relationships, Paper presented by P. Doneys at the International Conference on Advancing Excellence in Gender, Sex and Health Research, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, October 29-31, 2012.
f.    Philippe Doneys, Gender and Migration Policies through a Human Security Lens in Thailand, Conference on Migration, Gender and Human security", July 1-2, 2010,  Institute of Social Studies, Erasmus University of Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
g.    Shalini Mitra and Philippe Doneys, Fluidity of Caste and Gender Norms in Times of disaster: A Case from Orissa, India, The 2nd Congress of the Asian Association of Women’s Studies (2nd CAAWS) 2010, Penang 9th – 11th December 2010.

5.    Papers in Workshops

a.    Philippe Doneys and Donna Doane, ‘What is Essential is Invisible’: Empowerment and Security in Economic Development Projects for Low-Income Women in Four Mekong Countries, ASEASUK 2014 conference, the University of Brighton, UK, 12th to 14th September 2014 (accepted)
b.    Philippe Doneys, “Lost in Translation? Gender and Economic Empowerment in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region”, Workshop on Policy and Practices, Asian Institute of Technology, AIT-NTNU Project, March 17-19, 2013.
c.    Philippe Doneys, “Of epistemology and methodology: Questions, snippets and qualms…”, 2nd Workshop on Re-visiting Gender in Development, Nordic Institute of Asian Studies- NIAS, Copenhagen, Denmark, 11 – 15 June 2012.
d.    Philippe Doneys, Re-empowering Gender: What about ‘Politics’ in Development Practice?, in Re-visiting, Re-thinking Gender in Development Workshop,  NTNU, Trondheim, Norway, 24-25 June 2009.

3.    Abstracts

a.    Philippe Doneys, Gender and ‘Development’: What do ‘empowerment’ and ‘security’ mean to women beneficiaries of economic development projects in Mekong countries? (Focus on Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar and Viet Nam), Southeast Asian Studies in Asia Conference 2015 (SEASIA 2015), December 12-13, 2015, Kyoto, Japan, Accepted.

6.    Development Project Reports

a.    Philippe Doneys, Kyoko Kusakabe and Mokbul Morshed Ahmad, Project Report. Final Report: Asian Project Management Support Programme, IFAD, 2015.
b.    Philippe Doneys and Kyoko Kusakabe, Project Report. Final Report: APMAS-Gender Sensitive Management, IFAD, 2014.
c.    Philippe Doneys (et al.), Project Report. Final Report: Responding to the Feminization of AIDS, to UNwomen, 2011.
d.    Philippe Doneys, Project Report. Final Report: Masculinity and Gender-Based Violence In Bangladesh: A Qualitative Study, to UNDP, May 2013.

7.    Non-refereed Publications

a.    Philippe Doneys, with Shalini Mitra and Abdul Kader Nazmul, “The Male Entity of the Self Never Dies, It Just Leaps like a Tiger”: Masculinity and Gender-based Violence in Bangladesh, Partners for Prevention, P4P-UNDP, December 2013, Available online at http://www.partners4prevention.org/resource/masculinity-and-gender-based-violence-bangladesh (44 pages)
b.    Philippe Doneys, Donna Doane, Stephen Atwood, Responding to the Feminization of AIDS: Gender Power Dynamics in Marriage and Sero-discordant Relationships: Implications for practice, Thailand, Bangkok: UNwomen, May 2011. (143 pages)
 

Memberships/Credentials

Other

Courses taught

Asian Institute of Technology (2007-2015)

o Gender Politics, civil society and human rights
o Gender, migration and human trafficking in Asia
o New technologies, industrialization and gender
o Gender and Health
o Gender and HIV in Asia
o Cross-border migration in the Greater Mekong Subregion

Universities: Chulalongkorn, Thammasat, Bangkok, Ramkhamhaeng
o Development Theory and practice
o Migration as a development issue
o Discourse and analysis in international relations
o Introduction to International Relations
o Public Policy

University of Fribourg, Switzerland
o Sociology of the State
o Introduction to Political Sociology
o Democratization