Dr Ingrid Lynch

TELEPHONE: 021 466 8901
EMAIL: ilynch@hsrc.ac.za

Dr Ingrid Lynch is a Senior Research Specialist in the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) Human and Social Capabilities Division and a Research Fellow in the Critical Studies in Sexualities and Reproduction Programme at Rhodes University, South Africa. Prior to joining the HSRC, she headed the Research, Advocacy and Policy programme at the LGBTIQ+ Human Rights NGO, Triangle Project..

Her research examines the socio-cultural determinants of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and gender-based violence (GBV), with current projects largely in Eastern and Southern Africa. She employs intersectional, mixed-methods and participatory methodologies and holds expertise in critical policy analysis and evidence synthesis.

Recent

NRF - Gender Summit Travel Support

,Partnership Agreement between NRF and PHSB whereby NRF will make available R99,000 to PHSB, to support travel for three (3) participants from scienc....

ICARS: Strengthening gender equality and social inclusion

This project aims to synthesize the current evidence base on interlinkages between anti-microbial resistance (AMR), gender and other overlapping socio....

Development of a policy brief for transgender women in HIV/STI and TB.

The purpose of the project is to develop a policy brief for transgender women in living or affected by HIV/STI and TB in South Africa.....

A multidimensional understanding of wellbeing to address poverty and inequality in South Africa: A historical, methodological and practical approach

We propose a medium to long term programme of research that develops a critical and multidimensional understanding of wellbeing to address poverty and....

COE Funding Ingrid Lynch

Consolidating evidence and generating scholarly dialogue around queer citizenship and belonging in South Africa Area of work: The proposed work on que....

Impact evaluation of the Kwanele communities

The aim of the programme evaluation is to assess the extent to which and how the interventions have: improved access, retention and attainment of girl....

Family matters: Socio-Cultural perspectives on same-gendered families in SA

This project is aimed at stimulating research on the topic of same-gendered families in South Africa and generating networks and collaboration around ....

South African Gay and Bisexual Men's parenthood choices

The aim of this project is to conduct focused research on: Desires, needs and motivations regarding becoming a parent; related decision-making; and b....