Questions to assist practitioners develop appropriate data for a gender analysis in relation to FLR initiatives.
A methodology developed by the IUCN GGO to help develop and implement a gender-responsive analysis for a wide range of partner institutions. Key questions are provided to uncover gender gaps and issues at local, insitutional and national levels, as well as gendered differences in the distribution of benefits, risks and opportunities.
The Twenty-second session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 22), alongside the Twelfth session of the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol (CMP12), First session of the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement (CMA 1), Forty-fifth […]
La sustentabilidad ambiental y el respeto a la naturaleza están íntimamente ligados a los objetivos del Instituto Nacional de las Mujeres en pos de la igualdad sustantiva entre mujeres y hombres, y el empoderamiento de las mujeres, principales receptoras de los efectos del cambio climático y los desastres que atentan contra sus vidas y las […]
Known for its incredible biodiversity, Peru receives high scores in the critical habitat and biodiversity indicators of the EGI. Peru’s strongest performance is in the gender- based rights and participation category where it ranks 4 out of 8 countries in the region and 5 out of 19 countries in the High/Upper Middle Income group. The […]
The Little Data Book on Gender 2016 is a quick reference for users interested in gender statistics. It presents sex-disaggregated data for more than 200 countries in a straightforward, country-by-country reference on education, health, access to economic opportunities, and public life and decision making. Summary pages that cover regional and income group aggregates are also […]
This brief synthesizes research findings, analysis and policy recommendations on creating an alternative gender-responsive macroeconomic agenda. Macroeconomic policy, including fiscal and monetary policy, is often thought of as gender-neutral. But economic policy choices affect women and men differently because of their different positions in the economy, both market (paid) and non-market (unpaid). For instance, budget […]
This brief synthesizes research findings, analysis and policy recommendations on transforming pension systems to reduce gender gaps and protect women’s income security in old age. Ageing has a female face. Women not only live longer than men but are also less likely to enjoy income security and economic independence in old age. Because of a […]
ECEC services have come to occupy an important place on the global policy agenda. While some developed countries have long invested in this area, a growing number of developing countries are following suit. As those who carry out the bulk of childcare—as unpaid caregivers as well as service providers in day-care and preschool institutions—women have […]
This brief synthesizes research findings, analysis and policy recommendations on making social protection floors work for women. The idea of a social protection floor (SPF) is now firmly established on the global development agenda. Defined as a set of minimum guarantees, including basic income security for children, working-age adults, older people and people with disabilities, […]