|Women's Empowerment Principles (WEPs)|
Description: The website informs about the Women's Empowerment Principles (WEPs):
The WEPs, a partnership initiative of UN Women and UN Global Compact (UNGC) provide a set of considerations to help the private sector focus on key elements integral to promoting gender equality in the workplace, marketplace and community.
|Women's Learning Partnership|
|Gender Knowledge Platform|
Description: Find out more about gender in german development!
|The EU Resource Package: Tools to advance the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda and Gender Equality|
Description: By promoting gender equality, we contribute to the sustainable development of our partner countries, and to overcoming the structural causes of poverty and of social and political instability. Find out more about how we promote gender equality on this website!
|Gender Action Learning System (GALS)|
Description: Short presentation of the Gender Action Learning System (GALS) - an innovative methodology developed by WEMANGlobal / Oxfam.
|Rapid Gender Analysis Toolkit|
Description: Rapid Gender Analysis (RGA) provides information about the different needs, capacities and coping strategies of women, men, boys and girls in a crisis situation. It does this in part by examining the relationships between women, men, boys and girls. An RGA is built up progressively, providing an initial but incomplete analysis of gender relations in an emergency, and links to more in-depth Gender and Power Analysis using the CARE Good Practice Framework. An RGA is also used to make recommendations to ensure that CARE comprehensively meets the needs of everyone involved in the crisis.
|Publications catalogue: Combating violence against women in Latin America|
|Women’s economic empowerment in the changing world of work|
Description: You want to learn more about the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) and read this year's draft conclusions entitled "Women’s economic empowerment in the changing world of work" then open this link.
|E Discussion: Mainstreaming gender in Migration and Development|
Description: UN Women cordially invites you to participate in a global e-discussion any time from 13-30 September 2016 on EmpowerWomen to coincide with the United Nations Summit for Refugees and Migrants. This is your opportunity to share experiences and ideas to:
- protect women and girls on the move from exclusion and exploitation
- track the contributions of migrant women to achieving inclusive sustainable development
- incorporate a gender perspective in migration policies and other national legislation
- use existing international conventions and mechanisms to promote and protect migrant women's human rights.
How to participate:
Step 1: Go to the Empower Women platform.
Step 2:Create a profile. You can register using your social media or email.
Step 3: Make sure you are signed in. Then look for the featured discussion on Mainstreaming Gender in Migration and Development, where you can read discussion threads and post your contribution.
Have your say on promoting gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls, especially in large movements of refugees and migrants! This is an opportunity to engage with specialists working on mainstreaming gender into migration and development around the world.
|PDF's Work on Gender|
Description: The EUEI PDF recognises the full potential of women as agents of change in a broad energy sector through:
Active integration of women into advisory and decision-making processes and governance structures at national and regional level
Consideration of the specific role of women in energy access services by particularly focusing on those that primarily affect women e.g. household cooking, heating, post-harvest processing, and household productive activities.
Inclusion of women in capacity building and training activities, especially in areas where women have been underrepresented in the past e.g. producing, marketing and repairing solar home systems.
In close collaboration with Energia, the EUEI PDF compiled a set of tools for the active inclusion of women in energy and development projects. Also in this cooperation, the EUEI PDF developed Gender Briefing Notes highlighting the relationship between gender issues and energy topics for its staff and partners. In project development, implementation and support activities, EUEI PDF project managers apply these tools to ensure equal benefits for men and women as well as a gender sensitive approach in all project phases.
Based on experience, specific gender tools have been designed for projects related to biomass energy strategy, renewable energy policy and rural electrification agencies.
|Fintechs' potential to help close the gender gap|
Description: Fintech presents ideas on how to further efforts toward greater global gender parity – and why striving to connect the world’s unbanked women with formal financial products and services is critical to economic growth and sustainability.
|Five myths about global women's economic empowerment|
|Chatham House research on gender and equality|
Description: Exploring issues such as gender equality and economic growth, women’s rights, violence against women and girls, and the role of women in peace and security. Lots of Chatham House research on gender and equality focuses on topics such as the Arab uprisings, human security, sexual violence and the law.
|OCDE Statistiques Gender Wage Gap|
|The Little Data Book on Gender 2016|
|MenEngage statement at CSW March 17, 2015|
Description: Oral Statement by Joni van de Sand (Global Co-coordinator and Advocacy Manager, MenEngage Alliance), General Discussion of the Commission on the Status of Women, United Nations, New York City, March 17, 2015
|Pacific Gender & Climate Change Toolkit|
Description: Gender equality is central to achieving a sustainable and resilient future for Pacific islands. This toolkit is designed to support climate change practitioners working in national governments, non-governmental organisations, regional and international organisations, integrate gender into all aspects of policy, programming and project work.
The toolkit is divided into four modules, which can be read in conjunction or used as standalone documents for practitioners seeking guidance on a specific topic.
Module 1 - This introductory module explains why gender is a critical consideration in climate change programmes, projects and strategies, defines the key approaches and concepts, and clarifies some common misconceptions.
Module 2 - Introduces the different phases of a typical climate change programme/project cycle, identifies potential entry-points for integrating gender perspectives in each phase and also includes a generic gender checklist that may be applied to programmes and projects.
Module 3 - Focuses on the links between gender and climate change in specific sectors and uses sector relevant case studies to demonstrate how gender perspectives can be applied in the identification and assessment of climate change problems and solutions. Key gender indicators are also provided to support monitoring and evaluation.
Module 4 - This final module examines gender in relation to climate change governance. It discusses how to integrate gender considerations in institutional arrangements, policy coordination and negotiations, and climate change finance.
Annex 1: Glossary
Annex 2: Additional Resources
Annex 3: Gender Responsive Terms and Indicator
Tool 1: Weather and climate hazard assessment - integrating gender
Tool 2: Vulnerability and adaptation assessment - integrating gender
Tool 3: Feasibility assessment - integrating gender
Tool 4: Cost benefit analysis (CBA) Framework - integrating gender
Tool 5: Policy, programme and project screening matrix
Tool 6: Gender Action Plan
1. Gender analysis checklist for food security and climate change within a programme or project cycle
2. Gender analysis checklist for water resource management and climate change within a programme or project cycle
3. Gender analysis checklist for energy within a programme or project cycle
4. Gender analysis checklist for disaster risk reduction within a programme or project cycle
5. Gender analysis checklist for health within a programme or project cycle
6. Gender analysis checklist for governance and climate change
|Sharpening the gender angle of the revised Sphere standards|
Description: The revised Sphere standards will provide clearer, better integrated and more practical guidelines on gender and humanitarian action.
|ILO - Social Protection Monitor: January to December 2015|
Description: The Social Protection Monitor, launched by the International Labour Organization, comprises a new online compilation of the latest policy trends based on media announcements of social protection measures between January and December 2015.
|Fighting Violence against Women|
Description: Link to a variety of Videos and Podcasts about fighting violence against Women.