Preface The targeted promotion of gender equality and the elimi- nation of existing gender-based discrimination are vital in assuring the quality of our work. They are important aspects of GIZ’s strategic orientation and vision, ‘We work to shape a future worth living around the world’. Thus, it is indis- pensable that we actively address gender justice and equality, in order to close existing gender gaps and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). We need to build on and further enhance our individual and col lective efforts, expertise, competence, networks, partnerships and actions. In this way, we can most effectively contribute to a feminist development policy and coop eration and a feminist foreign policy – unfolding their potential and impacts! The GIZ Gender Strategy “Gender reloaded: Vision needs Attitude. Attitude meets Action” pays tribute to this. The strategy provides guidance and a solid accountability frame- work. One of the actions within this framework is the Gender Competition - it sparks and brings to light innova- tion and excellence. Every two years GIZ staff members around the world are invited to participate in the GIZ Gender Competition in three categories. GG2 Gender equality is the main objective of the project/ programme and is fundamental is its design and expected results. The project/programme would not have been undertaken without this objective. GG1 Gender equality is an important and deliberate objective, but not the principal reason for undertak- ing the project/programme. Gender Mainstreaming within the company, at organizational unit or country level. GM In 2022 we received at total of one-hundred-ten competition entries from Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and Germany. Eighty-one of them relate to projects and programs implemented on behalf of the German Government and other commissioning parties. They are complimented by twenty-nine well documented internal efforts to promote gender competence and gender justice within our company and beyond. The award-win- ning contributions range from facilitating new commit- ments and standards at international level to empowering women to take over leadership roles and positions within their communities. They bring light to the gender and cor- ruption nexus and build capacities of individuals and entire companies to drive fair and ethical business. They chal- lenge existing gender norms and stereotypes and transform the way people of different gender relate to and interact with each other. They build bridges between and facilitate networks of different development actors and lay the foun- dation e.g. for gender smart solutions to development and climate financing. They invest in gender competence of GIZ staff members, partners and beneficiaries and facilitate gender transformative change at country and sector level. Enjoy learning more about the top performers of GIZ’s Gender Competition 2022 and some of our contributions to the advancement of gender justice at GIZ and around the world covered in this publication. Visit the GIZ Gender Website for more in-depth information on all 110 competi- tion entries and GIZ`s activities during our Gender Weeks. Ingrid-Gabriela Hoven Member of the GIZ Management Board Dr. Dirk Aßmann GIZ Gender Ambassador 3 Ingrid-Gabriela Hoven, Member of the GIZ Management Board Ingrid-Gabriela Hoven, Member of the GIZ Management Board GIZ Gender Award 2022 – Winning teams GIZ Gender Award 2022 – Winning teams
6 Step it up for gender justice at GIZ and around the World 2020 and 2021 have been marked by the COVID-19 pan- demic and deepened existing inequalities and gender injus- tices. In light of this many international, regional and national organizations and entities redefined their policy priorities and strategic objectives with regard to gender equality and raised the level of their ambitions. On the ground, GIZ projects and programs had to find ways and means to curb the impacts of the pandemic and adjust their interventions. The video “Building more inclusive and gender-equal societies post COVID-19”, which can be found on the GIZ Gender Website, provides brief insights. As a federally owned enterprise, GIZ bases its actions on the legal and political commitments of the Federal Repub- lic of Germany. We are further guided by international and European standards and commitments. Gender reloaded: Vision needs Attitude – Attitude meets Action – the slogan of the GIZ Gender Strategy could also stand for the ambitions of the German Coali- tion Government. With its Coalition Agreement it has taken a very clear stand on gender justice, intersectionality and diversity: “Our maxim is a free society in which equal- ity between women and men is realized and different life plans and biographies have their place. … We are committed to an intersectional gender equality pol- icy in the EU and internationally.” Both the BMZ and the German Foreign Office have committed to concerted actions to overcome structural injustices, promote societal diversity, and strengthen the rights, resources and represen- tation of women and girls worldwide in the sense of a femi- nist development and feminist foreign policy. The importance of a comprehensive and holistic approach to gender equality and gender justice for all is underlined by newest developments finding women - forced out of public offices and spaces, - forced to comply with rules and regulations on mobility and dress codes dictated by authoritarian bodies - denied the right to decide over their own bodies, (inter)actions and future and men - forced to be separated from the families and engage in a war imposed on them. It needs joint and concerted efforts, clear decisions, and decisive actions to realize the overall goal to end gender injustice, gender-based discrimination and disadvantages shaping and effecting people’s lives, dignity, and wellbeing. The graph below “the state of gender gaps” shows existing gender gaps and prevailing challenges by 2021. The Global Gender Gap Index Educational Attainment subindex Health and Survival subindex Economic Participation and Opportunity subindex Political Empowerment subindex 68% 95% 96% 58% 22% Percentage points Source: World Economic Forum. Global Gender Gap Index. 2021. Note: Population weighted averages for the 156 economies featured in the Global Gender Gap Index. 2021. IMPRESSIONS FROM THE 2022 GIZ GENDER AWARD CEREMONY Dr. Dirk Aßmann, GIZ Gender Ambassador, and Dr. Dirk Aßmann, GIZ Gender Ambassador, and Dr. Angela Langenkamp, GIZ Gender Commissioner Dr. Angela Langenkamp, GIZ Gender Commissioner Wendy Zavala Escobar, Gender Focal Person, and Christel Weller-Molongua, Wendy Zavala Escobar, Gender Focal Person, and Christel Weller-Molongua, Director Rural Development and Agriculture, receiving the award for the contribution Director Rural Development and Agriculture, receiving the award for the contribution “Transforming gender roles, achieving equality” “Transforming gender roles, achieving equality”
To generate action for the rapid advancement in closing existing gender gaps and promoting gender justice nearly 50.000 representatives of governments and civil society, as well as international organisations and the private sector engaged in the Generation Equality Forum (June/July 2021). Together they launched six dedicated ‘action coali- tions’ and adopted a five-year Global Acceleration Plan for Gender Equality based on a series of specific, ambitious, and transformative measures, including financial commit- ments worth USD 40 billion. The German Government has pledged a total of nearly USD 470 million, taken on the co-lead of the action coalition Economic Justice and Rights and also joined the Women Peace and Security and Humanitarian Action (WPS-HA) Compact, launched at the Generation Equality Forum in Paris. Through projects such as the “Support to the African Peace and Security Architecture”, which was among the award winning teams in 2020, and the support to the Kofi Annan International Peace Keeping Training Centre (KAIPTC) – see page 43 – we strengthen the women, peace and security agenda in Africa. The advancement of gender equality is also a central pillar of G7 and G20 plans and commitments. The Carbis Bay G7 Summit Communiqué (June 2021) states among others: ‘… we will develop gender-responsive approaches to cli- mate and nature financing, investment and policies, so that women and girls can participate fully in the future green economy.’ To this effect GIZ supported e.g. the German Government to prepare and launch the Gender Strategy of the International Climate Initiative (IKI) in November 2021 at the COP 26 in Glasgow. GIZ was also instrumen- tal in establishing the Women Energize Women Initiative within the scope of the Bilateral Energy Partnerships and Dialogues project and the InsuResilience Centre of Excellence on Gender-Smart Solutions, which promotes gender-smart approaches in risk finance and climate disasters – see page 13. In line with the German Coalition Agreement and Germa- ny’s pledges at the Generation Equality Forum gender equality features as a development policy priority in its G7 Presidency Program (2022). In the G7 Development Min- isters ‘Development Communiqué it reads: “To ensure societies’ resilience in the face of multiple crises we have to create better opportunities for all. We need to ensure equal political, economic and social participation and empower- ment of all individuals, irrespective of their sex characteris- tics, gender identity or sexual orientation. In the spirit of a feminist development policy our external actions should increasingly target equity and equality of all genders and sexual identities so as to overcome the gender-unequal bur- den of paid and unpaid care work and the exclusion of LGBTIQ+ persons; …” The special feature of this publi- cation provides an insight in our joint approaches and con- tributions to promote LGBTIQ* equality and inclusion and as such gender justice for all – see pages 46 to 57. Putting gender on the agenda is not enough – it needs dedicated resources, clear policy and strategic provisions and a sound knowledge of the situation at hand to facilitate gender-transformative change geared towards more just, peaceful, and inclusive societies. Efforts to provide and facilitate context specific gender data and analysis have seen a huge leap forward over the last years. Some of them can be accessed via the link list provided on page 58. 7 GIZ Gender Ambassador handing over the Award Certificate to GIZ Gender Ambassador handing over the Award Certificate to members of the Gender Committee in El Salvador members of the Gender Committee in El Salvador Dr. Bärbel Kofler, Parliamentary State Secretary to the Federal Minister Dr. Bärbel Kofler, Parliamentary State Secretary to the Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development and Ingrid-Gabriela Hoven, for Economic Cooperation and Development and Ingrid-Gabriela Hoven, Member of the GIZ Management Board Member of the GIZ Management Board
8 Examples are the GIZ techDetector and the interactive Stra- tegic Intelligence Transformation Map compiled by the World Economic Forum together with UN Women. It provides an overview and the key trends affecting gender equality, along with summaries and links to the latest research and analysis on each of the trends. To strengthen gender equality and women’s empowerment in EU external action and increase efforts to reach the minimum standards of performance indicated by the EU Gender Action Plan III and Council Conclusions on Women Peace and Security the EU has taken this bold decision: At least 85 % of new actions implemented under the Neighbourhood, Development and International Cooperation Instrument should have gender equality as a principal or a significant objective, as defined by the gen- der equality policy marker of the OECD Development Assistance Committee. At least 5 % of these actions should have gender equality and women’s and girls’ rights and empowerment as a principal objective. A commitment sup- ported and backed by the Presidency conclusions on the Gen- der Action Plan (GAP) III 2021-2025 under the German EU Council Presidency in 2020. To reach this ambitious goal the EU tasked all EU delegation to produce Gender Country Assessments and EU GAP III Country Level Implementation Plans (CLIPs) to facilitate well targeted and joint actions. In line with this the German Coalition Government has committed itself to develop a comprehen- sive BMZ Gender Action Plan underpinned with resources and ambitiously implement and further develop the National Action Plan for the Implementation of UN Resolu- tion 1325. Germany’s ambitious goals are not restricted to bilateral actions and measures but also to Germany’s inter- nal commitments and interventions. Together with other like-minded World Bank Group member states the Ger- man Government – being the fourth biggest contributor - ensured significant and concrete commitments to gender equality in IDA 20 – a US$ 93 billion package for 2022 -2025. During the World Bank’s International Develop- ment Assistance (IDA) replenishment process GIZ pooled and processed expertise from several sector teams to sup- port the BMZ – see XX . “Closing the gender gap, including by investing in women’s empowerment and economic and dig- ital inclusion” is one of IDA20´s five special themes. Germany has also contributed to the development of the practical handbook “Gender Equality and the Empower- ment of Women and Girls: A Guidance for Development Partners”, published on May 6, 2022 under the authority of the Secretary General of the OECD. The Guidance identifies current practices, highlights successful examples, and provides checklists to deliver effectively on gender equality and gender justice. GIZ with its Gender Strategy and architecture features prominently in chapter 6 under ‘Incentives and accountability for gender equality’. Projects and interventions presented in this publication address the three R’s – building blocks of Germany’s feminist foreign and feminist development policies: Rights, Representation, and Resources as well as gender-transformative approaches, institutional learning and knowledge management geared toward overcoming structural causes of inequality and facilitating lasting change. Two of the award winning contributions: “Gender makes Business Sense” and “Transforming gender roles, achieving equality” – see pages 10 and 15 - illustrate how we translate project level experiences and best practices into sector wide approaches and guidelines on gender-transformative change. Enjoy reading! Dr. Dirk Aßmann, GIZ Gender Ambassador Dr. Dirk Aßmann, GIZ Gender Ambassador Dr. Elke Siehl, Director General ‚Sector and Global Programmes‘, Dr. Elke Siehl, Director General ‚Sector and Global Programmes‘, and Susanne Friedrich, Director ‚Alliance for Integrity‘ with her team presenting their award. and Susanne Friedrich, Director ‚Alliance for Integrity‘ with her team presenting their award.
9 Bild? 21 UN Women (2017): Op-ed: Women are pivotal to addressing hunger, malnutrition and poverty2 FAO: Women hold the key to building a world free from hunger and poverty 3 McKinsey Global Institute : The power of parity – advancing women’s equality in Africa4 McKinsey Global Institute : The power of parity – advancing women’s equality in Africa5 UNESCO, The Education for All Global Monitoring Report 2013/14Women are more severely affected by hunger. Of the 690 million people who go hungry worldwide, 60% are women or girls1.If women had the same access to resources as men, agricultural yields would rise and there would be up to 150 million fewer hungry people in the world2.The status quo…The change we want to see…Women continue to face barriers in accessing education, in addition to their wages in rural areas being up to 60% lower than men’s.When women acquire professional skills, not only does their access to paid work improve, but also their self-confidence5 to negotiate equal wages and to stand up for their rights.At the current rate of progress, Africa could take more than 140 years to achieve gender parity3.$316 billion could be added to Africa’s GDP in 2025 if all countries matched the progress towards gender equality of their best-performing neighbour4.Shaking up the status quo, shaping Gender-TransformativeChange!OUR KEY MESSAGEOUR VISIONInspiring bold and intersectional rural development projects that challenge structural inequalities and gender norms to transform the lives of and with women and men.
The Women’s Empowerment Principles at GIZ www.weprinciples.org The Women’s Empowerment Principles (WEPs) – Equal- ity Means Business is a joint initiative of UN Women and the UN Global Compact, launched in 2010. The Princi- ples outline seven steps for businesses on how to empower women in the workplace, marketplace and community. The initiative highlights the fact that empowering women to participate fully in economic life across all sectors and throughout all levels of economic activity is essential to build strong economies; establish more stable and just societies; achieve internationally agreed goals for develop- ment, sustainability and human rights; improve quality of life for women, men, families and communities; and pro- pel businesses’ operations and goals. 18 18 for gender equality 1. Establish high-level corporate leadership The GIZ Gender Strategy endorsed by the GIZ Manage- ment Board in December 2018 leaves no doubt: Gender equality is one of GIZ’s key values and guiding principles. With it GIZ has committed itself to foster equal rights and opportunities for everyone, regardless of their gender, sex- ual orientation and gender identity. By establishing the position of a Gender Ambassador at the highest manage- ment level GIZ further underlines the importance of the topic and the attention paid to one of the five strategic pil- lars of the strategy: political will and accountability. By ratifying the WEPs in 2015, the Chair of the Management Board, Tanja Gönner, officially committed GIZ to the set of seven main principles furthering women’s empowerment and gender equality in the workplace, marketplace and community. According to the WEPs Gender Gap Analysis “From Principles to Practice” GIZ scored as an Achiever in 2019, 2020 and 2021. 2. Treat all women and men fairly at work – respect and support human rights and non-discrimination As a public-benefit federal enterprise in the field of sustain- able development and international education, GIZ is in the public eye worldwide. We do not make policy our- selves, but support our commissioning parties, most nota- bly the German Government, in implementing their devel- opment goals and other international cooperation mea- sures. This means that we have an obligation to uphold the values of the Basic Law for the Federal Republic of Ger- many and to respect the human rights guaranteed by inter- national law. This is reflected in our Corporate Principles, Code of Ethics and GIZ’s Human Rights Policy. In addi- tion, GIZ signed the Diversity Charter in 2019 and with it underlines its commitment to creating a work environment free of prejudice, respecting all colleagues irrespective of gender, nationality, ethnic background, religion or world- view, disability, age, and sexual preference and identity. 3. Ensure the health, safety and well-being of all women and men workers The Code of Ethics is complemented by the GIZ Policy on Banning Sexual Harassment at the Workplace and the Pol- icy on the Safety and Security of Staff on Foreign Assign- ments, GIZ’s Internal Plan for Equal Opportunities and its Corporate Sustainability Management. The Corporate Sustainability Handprint is a tool facilitating the sustain- ability management of the country offices through the sys- tematic and regular collection of data. The latter include information gathered on a regular basis on work-life bal- ance and heath, employability and equality of opportunity and diversity. Further contributions to the health, safety Tanja Gönner, Chair of the GIZ Management Board Picture above: Portraits of Female Leaders in GIZ Vietnam / on the right : GIZ-wide Gender Network Meeting (GNM 2021) – Facilitators and Champions
6. Promote equality through community initiatives and advocacy GIZ’s Gender Strategy is a binding framework for all GIZ managers, employees and workforce members. They pro- mote gender equality and help bring the strategy to life and translate it into specific action. An extensive internal net- work including more than 300 gender focal points in Ger- many and abroad is instrumental in implementing the Gender Strategy. GIZ’s Gender Strategy is binding for sub- contractors, too, and it is a source information and guid- ance for commissioning parties and partners. 7. Measure and publicly report on progress to achieve gender equality GIZ reports on the implementation of the Gender Strat- egy, its Equal Opportunities Plan and Sustainability Management every year. The key results are incorporated into the Integrated Company Report. All contributions to the GIZ Gender Competition since 2014 and many events conducted during the annual GIZ Gender Week can be found online – see link list attached. Publications like this along with information on the Safeguards+Gender Management System and Gender Equality at GIZ and in our service delivery can be found on our company website. 19 19 and well-being of GIZ staff are provided by our own health service, specialized security trainings, risk management units and a range of health and fitness programs on offer. 4. Promote education, training and professional development for women Since the 1980s GIZ formulates ambitious Equal Opportu- nities Plans. These plans and further measures have been very successful in, among others, raising the number of women in leadership positions. Mobile work and flexible working regulations are standard for all GIZ employees and a lot of part-time arrangements are available for men and women to facilitate work-life balance and cater for the needs of women and men providing care to children, elderly or sick family members. In Germany GIZ also provides kindergar- ten facilities. Employment records and the WEPs Gender Gap Analysis attest to GIZ’s good performance in terms of equal opportunities and pay. The most significant indicator for this is the number of women exercising managerial and leading tasks. Women holding a German employment con- tract account for 47,1% of GIZ’s leadership positions in total, 54% in Germany and 41,5% abroad. This is mirrored by GIZ’s national personnel in our partner countries, where 47,7% of managerial positions are held by women. 5. Implement enterprise development, supply chain and marketing practices that empower women Promoting equal participation in economic development is a challenging task that requires a multitude of interventions. Many of the project samples described in this publication address women’s economic participation and empowerment.
GIZ Gender Competition 2022: Gender Mainstreaming Contributions SDG 3 – GOOD HEALTH AND WELLBEING Goal 3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well- being for all at all ages Rwanda From policy to action – How GIZ Rwanda imple- ments a holistic approach to sexual misconduct at the workplace [SDG 5, 8] Mozambique From Global to Local, an entire month dedicated to gender equality Namibia Niger Rwanda Syria Vietnam Vietnam Empowering Women for Leadership: GIZ Namibia Women in Leadership Mentorship Pilot Programme 2021 Intégration de la dimension du genre dans l’entreprise LGBTI+ Inclusion at GIZ Rwanda – Sensitisation in a challenging context [SDG 3, 8, 10] “Gender in (post-)conflict contexts in the Arab region” A SAFE SPACE FOR ALL Makes a great workplace Leadership has no gender 20 Brazil Brazil Colombia Egypt El Salvador Germany Germany Germany Germany Global Global Global Global & Africa Jordan Madagascar Malawi Morocco SDG 5 – GENDER EQUALITY Goal 5: Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls Inclusive and Non-sexist Language (LINS) in Brazil – GIZ Brazil’s Work Group for Gender and Human Rights [SDG 10, 16] Internal Mainstreaming – GIZ Brazil’s Work Group for Gender and Human Rights activities Nuestro Tour de Género 2021 Promoting Gender Equality in GIZ Egypt: A holistic approach contributing to the elimination of gender-based discrimination Joining efforts for gender transformation: Integrated processes for gender equality in Central America [SDG 10] Beitrag zum internen Gender-Mainstreaming Gender-Sensitive Event Management – Checklist for practitioners – A building block for internal gender mainstreaming Togo SDG 8 – DECENT WORK AND ECONOMIC GROWTH Goal 8: Promote sustained, inclusive and sus- tainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all Gender at the Heart of GIZ Cambodia – Gender mainstreaming as an integral part of our corporate culture [SDG 1, 5, 10, 16] Women’s Economic Empowerment (WEE) Team – Promoting Women’s Economic Empowerment in a holistic, cross organizational way [SDG 5, 10] GIZ Togo - Engage – Gender equality at the center of our activities [SDG 5, 16] Cambodia Germany S4DA Gender Champions vying for the Real Champions Crown Transforming gender roles, achieving equality [SDG 2] Intersectional Diversity Management Initiative Mentoring program “Women for Leadership” / “Frauen gehen in Führung” 2021 – A gender empowerment and mainstreaming initiative of G400 Mentoringprogramm für weibliche Führungs- Nachwuchskräfte bei APLAK The Working Group on ‘Gender-Transformative Approaches in Rural Development (GTA RD)’ of the Sector Network Rural Development (SNRD) Jordan Gender Working Group – 16 Days of Activ- ism against Gender- Based Violence [SDG 3, 8] Intégration de la dimension du genre dans l’entreprise It needs capacitated Gender Focal Persons to deliver! Promoting Gender Diversity in companies as a key performance driver – starting with ourselves! SDG 16 – PEACE, JUSTICE AND STRONG INSTITUTIONS Goal 16: Promote peaceful and inclusive societ- ies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels Burkina Faso Concours genre – Candidature dans les catégories mainstreaming du genre
28 GIZ Gender Competition 2022: All 81 project-based contributions by main SDG SDG 1 – NO POVERTY Goal 1: End poverty in all its forms everywhere 1.2: By 2030, reduce at least by half the proportion of men, women and children of all ages living in poverty in all its dimensions according to national definitions. 1.4: By 2030, ensure that all men and women, in particular the poor and the vulnerable, have equal rights to economic resources, as well as access to basic services, ownership and control over land and other forms of property, inheritance, natural resources, appropriate new technology and financial services, including microfinance. 1.b: Create sound policy frameworks at the national, regional and international levels, based on pro-poor and gender-sensitive devel- opment strategies, Kenya GIZ-AGRIJOBS 4 YOUTH PROJECT-Kisumu county-Kenya SDG 2 – ZERO HUNGER Goal 2: End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture 2.2: By 2030, end all forms of malnutrition, including achieving, by 2025, the internationally agreed targets on stunting and wasting in children under 5 years of age, and address the nutritional needs of adolescent girls, pregnant and lactating women and older persons. 2.3: By 2030, double the agricultural productivity and incomes of smallscale food producers, in particular women, indigenous peo- ples, family farmers, pastoralists and fishers, including through secure and equal access to land, other productive resources and inputs, knowledge, financial services, markets and opportunities for value addition and non-farm employment. India Green Innovation Centres for the Agriculture and Food Sector SDG 3 – GOOD HEALTH AND WELLBEING Goal 3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages 3.1: By 2030, reduce the global maternal mortality ratio to less than 70 per 100,000 live births. 3.7: By 2030, ensure universal access to sexual and reproductive healthcare services, including for family planning, information and education, and the integration of reproductive health into national strategies and programmes. Burundi Cameroon Renforcement des structures de santé, en particulier dans le domaine de la planification familiale et de la santé des droits sexuels et reproductifs au Burundi “Access to health care and services for All “ Cameroon/GIZ Family Planning and support to Health System for resilience India Mali Zambia Indo-German Programme on Universal Health Coverage: Empowering women in their health and beyond through national health insurance Channels of Hope: Catalysing Positive Changes: Harnessing Faith Values to Overcome Female Genital Mutilation [SDG 5, 16] The Join-Circuit in Zambia: an effective and efficient tool for Social Behaviour Change Communication (SBCC) SDG 4 – QUALITY EDUCATION Goal 4: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning oppor- tunities for all 4.1: By 2030, ensure that all girls and boys complete free, equitable and quality primary and secondary education leading to relevant and effective learning outcomes. 4.2: By 2030, ensure that all girls and boys have access to quality early childhood development, care and pre-primary education so that they are ready for primary education. 4.3: By 2030, ensure equal access for all women and men to afford- able and quality technical, vocational and tertiary education, includ- ing university. 4.5: By 2030, eliminate gender disparities in education and ensure equal access to all levels of education and vocational training for the vulnerable, including persons with disabilities, indigenous peo- ples and children in vulnerable situations. 4.6: By 2030, ensure that all youth and a substantial proportion of adults, both men and women, achieve literacy and numeracy. 4.7: By 2030, ensure that all learners acquire the knowledge and skills needed to promote sustainable development, including, among others, through education for sustainable development and sustainable lifestyles, human rights, gender equality, promotion of a culture of peace and nonviolence, global citizenship and appreci- ation of cultural diversity and of culture’s contribution to sustain- able development. 4.a: Build and upgrade education facilities that are child, disability and gender-sensitive and provide safe, Albania Germany India Mongolia Mozambique Pakistan Somaliland From organized crime to gender equality – Confiscated cars from criminal organizations transformed into mobile libraries Women going Digital: Business Scouts for Development Programme [SDG 5] Designing gender-sensitive technological inno- vations for promoting gender equality and wom- en’s empowerment in low resource settings Gender Awareness Through the Theatre (GATT) in TVET Gender for Basic Education and Professional Training in Mozambique Parent Teacher Councils: FATA Development Programme – Pakistan [SDG 5, 8, 10] Nationale Preis für Mädchen im Bereich Berufliche Bildung in Somaliland
SDG 5 – GENDER EQUALITY Goal 5: Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls 5.1: End all forms of discrimination against all women and girls everywhere 5.2: Eliminate all forms of violence against all women and girls in the public and private spheres, including trafficking and sexual and other types of exploitation 5.3: Eliminate all harmful practices, such as child, early and forced marriage and female genital mutilation 5.4: Recognize and value unpaid care and domestic work through the provision of public services, infrastructure and social protection policies and the promotion of shared responsibility within the household and the family as nationally appropriate 5.5: Ensure women’s full and effective participation and equal opportunities for leadership at all levels of decision-making in political, economic and public life 5.6: Ensure universal access to sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights as agreed in accordance with the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Develop- ment and the Beijing Platform for Action and the outcome docu- ments of their review conferences 5.a: Undertake reforms to give women equal rights to economic resources, as well as access to ownership and control over land and other forms of property, financial services, inheritance and nat- ural resources, in accordance with national laws 5.b: Enhance the use of enabling technology, in particular informa- tion and communications technology, to promote the empowerment of women 5.c: Adopt and strengthen sound policies and enforceable legislation for the promotion of gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls at all levels Bolivia and Paraguay Buenas prácticas en Temas Transversales GIZ Bolivia y Paraguay: Concurso de canto “Voces de Equidad” DRC Germany Honduras Nigeria Pakistan Paraguay BGF/PIREDD Maniema Sonderausschreibung 2021 diaspora for gender equality La igualdad de género un reto en las regiones indígenas: la experiencia de Pana Pana Bolivia and Paraguay Empowering Women in Male-dominated Skills Sectors and Support for Vulnerable Groups Brazil “Empowering Female Staff in Male-Dominant Organization” – A success story on Gender Inclusion Global Buenas prácticas en Temas Transversales GIZ Bolivia y Paraguay: Protagonismo de mujeres en la formación dual en Mecatrónica India South Africa Making gender equality children’s equality South Africa Engaging Religious and traditional actors to prevent Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Pakistan Turkey Small steps towards social deconstruction of gender The Gender Focal Team and the Seyhan Munici- pality Women’s Solidarity Centre of the Promo- tion of Economic Prospects Program in Turkey SDG 6 – CLEAN WATER AND SANITATION Goal 6: Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all 6.2: By 2030, achieve access to adequate and equitable sanitation and hygiene for all and end open defecation, paying special attention to the needs of women and girls and those in vulnerable situations. Albania Nepal Philippines Zambia Zambia Safe access to water, sanitation and health for women and girls in schools #NepalsMenstrualMovement is reaching mil- lions: The impact of working with an influencer [SDG 3] Improving menstrual health through wash in schools: the Philippines – and beyond: regional Fit for School program [SDG 3, 4, 5] Women Water Leaders: Promoting gender equality in Zambia through the AWARE Project [SDG 4, 5, 16] Women inclusion in the Zambian water and sanitation sector 29 SDG 7 – AFFORDABLE AND CLEAN ENERGY Goal 7: Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all Buenas prácticas en Temas Transversales GIZ Bolivia y Paraguay: Design Thinking (Pensam- iento de diseño). Capacidades de mujeres de comunidades indígena-originarias para codiseño de tecnologías con energías modernas - un enfoque sensitivo a género – One swallow doesn´t make a summer: A Success history of women network in the Solar Energy in Brazil Advancing women in the energy sector – a multilevel path for a gender-equitable energy transition IGEN - Access to Energy in Rural Areas II, India Unlocking Finance, Promoting Business Models for Clean Energy Women Entrepreneurs [SDG 5, 13] Indonesia and Timor-Leste ASEAN-German Energy Programme’s (AGEP’s) gender inclusive approach on the region’s energy development Kenya and Senegal Gender Mainstreaming in Energy and Climate Programs - Climate-Friendly Cooking: Kenya and Senegal [SDG 1, 3, 5, 8, 20] Liberia Gender Promotions in technical Careers
30 SDG 8 – DECENT WORK AND ECONOMIC GROWTH Goal 8: Promote sustained, inclusive and sus- tainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all 8.5: By 2030, achieve full and productive employment and decent work for all women and men, including for young people and persons with disabilities, and equal pay for work of equal value. 8.8: Protect labour rights and promote safe and secure working envi- ronments for all workers, including migrant workers, in particular women migrants, and those in precarious employment. Bolivia and Paraguay Bolivia and Paraguay Buenas prácticas en Temas Transversales GIZ Bolivia y Paraguay: “Desarrollo de la Meliponi- cultura, protagonizada por mujeres chaqueñas, del municipio de Villa Vaca Guzmán” Buenas prácticas en Temas Transversales GIZ Bolivia y Paraguay: Incorporación de mujeres en procesos de aserrío Burkina Faso Projet Promotion de l’emploi pour les Jeunes en milieu rural (ProEmploi) Cambodia Cameroon Colombia Georgia Ghana Global India Indonesia Kenya Libya Integrating disadvantaged men into Cambodian weaving communities Prise en compte et autonomisation des jeunes filles et des femmes dans le parse en contexte de vulnerabilite Empoderamiento de las mujeres indígenas Wayuu en la actividad artesanal como modelo sostenible en el Parque Nacional Natural Bahía Portete Kaurrele en La Guajira, Colombia Economic and Social Participation of Vulnerable Displaced and Local Population in the South Caucasus (EPIC) Unbeatable Gender Equality Approaches by the “ Agribusiness” (AgriBiz) Programme in Ghana The Potential of Inclusive Business: iBAN promoting Women’s Economic Empower- ment at the Base of the Pyramid [SDG 5] WINcubate: Training incubators on women-cen- tric business support India / Project Her&Now (Economic Empowerment of Women Entrepre- neurs and Start-ups by Women) [SDG 1, 5, 10] Women Innovation Camp 2021: Promoting Gender Equality through the Collaboration with the Private Sector Green Innovation Centres for the Agriculture and Food sector Kenya The Women Development and Training Centres in Libya (WDTC): A space run BY WOMEN FOR WOMEN SDG 10 – REDUCED INEQUALITIES Goal 10: Reduce inequality within and among countries 10.2: By 2030, empower and promote the social, economic and politi- cal inclusion of all, irrespective of age, sex, disability, race, ethnic- ity, origin, religion or economic or other status. 10.3: Ensure equal opportunity and reduce inequalities of outcome, including by eliminating discriminatory laws, policies and prac- tices and promoting appropriate legislation, policies and action in this regard. Serbia Syria Programme “Inclusion of Roma and other mar- ginalized groups in Serbia” Safe Access to Digitalization for Women: Empowering Women in Northwest Syria [SDG 5, 8] SDG 11 – SUSTAINABLE CITIES AND COMMUNITIES Goal 11: Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable 11.2: By 2030, provide access to safe, affordable, accessible and sustainable transport systems for all, improving road safety, nota- bly by expanding public transport, with special attention to the needs of those in vulnerable situations, women, children, persons with disabilities and older persons. 11.7: By 2030, provide universal access to safe, inclusive and acces- sible, green and public spaces, in particular for women and children, older persons and persons with disabilities. India India Mobility solutions in India from a gender perspective Setting up of Integrated Support Platform for Women Entrepreneurship in Kochi SDG 12 – RESPONSIBLE CONSUMPTION AND PRODUCTION Goal 12: Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns 12.2: By 2030, achieve the sustainable management and efficient use of natural resources. 12.5: By 2030, substantially reduce waste generation through pre- vention, reduction, recycling and reuse. Mozambique Women economic empowerment through Baobab fruit commercialization: Promoting inclusive business in Mozambique, ProEcon and SEWOH- GIAE [SDG 1, 2, 5, 10] 12.8: By 2030, ensure that people everywhere have the relevant information and awareness for sustainable development and life- styles in harmony with nature. Pakistan Sénégal TextILES for Gender Competition Appui à l’amélioration de la gestion du foncier « Sen Souf » Southern Africa Gender makes Business Sense (GmBS): Entrepre- neurship Training with empowerment at its heart [SDG 1, 2, 5, 10] Ukraine Fostering economic participation of vulnerable groups including IDPs in the Sea of Azov region Albania Empowering women and protecting the environ- ment though recycling and upcycling of waste Cameroon Contributions des femmes dans l’amelioration des revenus Westafrica Partager pour mieux préserver
SDG 13 – CLIMATE ACTION Goal 13: Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts 16.9: By 2030, provide legal identity for all, including birth registration 16.b: Promote and enforce non-discriminatory laws and policies for sustainable development 13.b: Promote mechanisms for raising capacity for effective climate change related planning and management in least developed coun- tries and small island developing states, including focusing on women, youth and local and marginalized communities. Bolivia and Paraguay Colombia Germany Buenas prácticas en Temas Transversales GIZ Bolivia y Paraguay: Recuperación de prácticas ancestrales para mejorar el manejo de los recursos hídricos “Migration, Gender and Human Rights” De la Sensibilización a la Transformación: La integración del género en los procesos de con- strucción de la movilidad sostenible en Colombia InsuResilience Centre of Excellence on Gender- smart Solutions: Promoting gender-smart approaches in risk finance for climate disasters [SDG 5, 17] Indonesia Mexico Gender Mainstreaming in the Indonesian Forestry Sector Alianza Mexicana-Alemana de Cambio Climático III SDG 15 – LIFE ON LAND Goal 15: Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial eco systems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss Laos Gender equality promotion of CLiPAD/I-GFLL project Africa Benin Bosnia and Herzegovina Colombia Colombia Colombia Ghana Global Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador Mexico Pakistan Ukraine Vietnam SDG 16 – PEACE, JUSTICE AND STRONG INSTITUTIONS Goal 16: Promote peaceful and inclusive societ- ies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels The Inspiring African Women Leaders in Peace & Security Programme: Strengthening the Women, Peace and Security agenda in Africa [SDG 5, 10] Approche genre 2016-2021 du ProPFR-Bénin (SEWOH): Projet Promotion d’une politique Fonci- ère Responsable Women in Bosnia and Herzegovina are taking Rights into their own hands through a Free Legal Aid Application Proyecto ROLESSS (Redes de Orientación y Liderazgo para la Superación del Sufrimiento Social) La búsqueda de las personas dadas por desa- parecidas en Colombia tiene rostro de mujer: Las Buscadoras Strengthening Women’s political incidence in Colombia: Women’s political incidence as a contribution to the good governance for peace [SDG 5] GovID Programme A gendered approach to anti-corruption: Empowering women to drive fair and ethical business [SDG 5, 8, 17] Proyecto Fortalecimiento del Estado de Derecho en América Central Proyecto para el Fortalecimiento de las Organizaciones de la Sociedad Civil en México (PROFOSC) Exchange platforms Improve Service Delivery for Women: Support to Local Governance Pro- gramme (LoGo-II) in Pakistan U-LEAD with Europe Programme Strengthening capacity of government agencies in integrating gender equality in the develop- ment of legal normative documents SDG 17 – PARTNERSHIPS FOR THE GOALS Goal 17: Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustain- able development 16.1: Significantly reduce all forms of violence and related death rates everywhere 16.3: Promote the rule of law at the national and international levels and ensure equal access to justice for all 16.7: Ensure responsive, inclusive, participatory and representative decision making at all levels 17.18: By 2020, enhance capacity-building support to developing countries, including for least developed countries and small island developing States, to increase significantly the availability of high- quality, timely and reliable data disaggregated by income, gender, age, race, ethnicity, migratory status, disability, geographic loca- tion and other characteristics relevant in national contexts. Germany aGENDERsetting at the World Bank Group: Providing effective advice for multilateral development policy and financing [SDG 5, 8] 31
Step it up for gender justice – How LGBTI inclusion in development cooperation creates a future worth living for everyone 46 Human rights are universal rights so are women’s rights. Neither the UN Universal Declaration on Human Rights nor the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women New York (CEDAW) or the African Charter on Human and Peoples´ Rights for that matter were negotiated by or endorsed exclusively for heterosexual men and women but for all people in all their diversity. With its Gender Strategy GIZ has committed itself to the elimination of existing gender-based discrimi- nation and to fostering equal rights and opportunities for everyone, regardless of their gender, sexual orientation and gender identity. Human rights situation of LGBTIQ+ persons worldwide Despite international, regional, and national human rights declaration and commitments to non-discrimination and equal rights patterns of discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex, and non-binary (LGBTIQ+) per- sons are deeply entrenched and institutionalised in societies around the world. In sixty-nine countries, homosexual acts are prosecuted and in five of these countries even threat- ened by the death penalty. There are at least thirteen coun- tries that explicitly criminalize trans people, for example with laws that prohibit men from wearing women’s cloth- ing. That said, many other countries discriminate against trans people by applying laws that have a different purpose, e.g., laws against causing public nuisance. Human rights violations based on diverse sexual orienta- tions, gender identities, gender expression, and sex charac- teristics (SOGIESC) are often accompanied by a lack of access to other human rights, such as the right to health, education, or political and social participation. In times of the COVID-19 pandemic, LGBTIQ* persons were and still are facing additional challenges and pres- sure. They are inter alia confronted with exarcerbating limitations in LGBTIQ*-affirming healthcare due to overburdened health care systems. Gender-based and domestic violence, e.g., as LGBTIQ* persons in confine- ment situations might be forced to face LGBTIQ*-hatred by close family members, has reached unexpectedly high rates. With its Resolution 449 the African Commission on Human and Peoples`Rights expressed its deep con- cerns by the severe socio-economic and humanitarian consequences of COVID-19 and the COVID-19 response measures and disproportionate impacts on mar- ginalized sections of society including LGBTI people and the rise in acts of discrimination and hate speech against certain groups.
Union, it also marks the EU’s commitment to leading a call for LGBTIQ equality around the world and underline that LGB- TIQ rights are human rights and LGBTIQ people should be able to fully enjoy their rights everywhere, at all times. EN EN Both strategies lay the foundation for increased main- streaming of LGBTI equality in German and EU policies, regulations, and funding. LGBTI inclusion and rights are firmly embedded in the EU Gender Action Plan 2021- 2025 (EU GAP III), in Germany’s Coalition Agreement “Dare more progress: Alliance for Freedom, Justice and Sustainability”, in the German Federal Government’s Action Plan for the Women, Peace and Security Agenda and its feminist foreign and development cooperation approaches. With its Presidency Conclusions on the EU GAP III the German Government called for policies to be anchored in a human rights based and gender-transforma- tive approach with particular attention being paid to women and girls in all their diversity facing multiple and overlapping forms of discrimination, such as the intersec- tional position of LGBTIQ persons. Pushing for equality around the globe: GIZ’s projects for LGBTI inclusion Although the situation of LGBTI persons is challenging in many countries around the world, GIZ is promoting LGBTI inclusion, even in the most difficult contexts. Some of those projects will be highlighted on the following pages. The journey will take you around the globe, from the South Africa, which outlaws discrimination based on sexual orientation in its Constitution, to Uganda, Camer- oon, Rwanda, Central America, Western Balkans, Colum- bia, and Mexico. This selection presents different approaches: support to student-led campaigns in South Africa, sensibilization measures for the police force of Uganda, access to health care and services, promotion of psychosocial wellbeing of LGBTIQ children and youth, transitional justice, and safe workspace for everyone in Mexico. They are following one key principle for LGBTI inclusion – do no harm but do something! 47 The German government and the European Union are working for LGBTI inclusion and equality around the world Federal Government LGBTI Inclusion Strategy for Foreign Policy and Development Cooperation LGBTI Inclusion Strategy On 3 March 2021, the German government adopted the LGBTI Inclu- sion Strategy for Foreign Policy and Development Cooperation. The concept - developed in cooperation with civil society - puts a focus on supporting LGBTI human rights work in a structurally sustain- able way. Especially under- age LGBTI and trans per- sons - having been identified as particularly disadvantaged groups - are to be supported. In its work for the rights and inclusion of LGBTI persons around the world, the German government is following key principles of the UN Agenda 2030: Leave no one behind and Do no harm. Thus, LGBTI civil society orga- nizations are to be strengthened to ensure participation of LGBTI representatives and persons in public dialogues, and to aid and secure their social, cultural, economic, and political participation and rights. Prior to the German government, in November 2020, the European Commission (EC) published its LGBTIQ Equality Strategy 2020-2025. Even though the strategy mainly focuses on LGBTIQ equality inside the European
57 https://outrightinternational.org/sites/default/files/Inclusion_Nov232021.pdf Cover photo: EU ambassador to Paraguay Paolo Berizzi (center, left), British ambassador to Paraguay Matthew Hedges (center, front) and US ambassador to Paragu- ay Lee McClenny (center, right) pose with revelers and flags during the Pride Parade in Asunción on June 29, 2019 (Phot: Norberto Duarte / AFP via Getty Images)
GIZ Gender Award 2022: Background information, websites and videos Websites and App GIZ Gender Website: here you will find detailed information on all contributions to the GIZ Gender Competition and insights of GIZ’s annual Gender Week Gender https://gender-works.giz.de/ GIZ – Our strategic direction – Gender equality.The obvious choice https://reporting.giz.de/2020/our-strategic-direction/sustainability-and-gender/gender-equality-the-obvious-choice Gender and Development https://gender-and-development.de/ Alliance for Integrity: Gender and Corruption https://www.allianceforintegrity.org/en/offer/gender-and-corruption/ InsuResilience Global Partnership https://www.insuresilience.org/ The Integrity App https://theintegrityapp.com/ InsuResilience Centre of Excellence on Gender-smart Solutions https://coe.insuresilience.org/ 58 The InsuResilience Centre of Excellence on Gender-smart Solutions celebrates its official launch at COP26 https://www.insuresilience.org/news/the-insuresilience-centre-of-excellence-on-gender-smart-solutions-celebrates-its-official- launch-at-cop26/ Fit for School: Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) http://www.fitforschool.international/resource/fit-for-school-concept-menstrual-hygiene-management/ ATVET4W https://aspyee.org/work/atvet4-women Women Peace & Security Institute (WPSI) WPSI – KAIPTC India Renewable Energy Appliances Portal https://www.thecleannetwork.org/off-grid-portal.php InclusiveBusiness https://www.inclusivebusiness.net/ Deutsch-Brasilianische Industrie- und Handelskammer Women Going Digital: Curso online e gratuito (ahkbrasilien.com.br) The Generation Dialogue Approach – Healthy Developments (bmz.de) https://health.bmz.de/toolkits/the-generation-dialogue-approach/ Channels of Hope (wvi.org) https://www.wvi.org/faith-and-development/channels-hope Islamic Relief Deutschland, Inclusive Protection through Channels of Hope Pathways https://www.islamicrelief.de/entwicklungszusammenarbeit/mali-foerderung-von-gleichberechtigung-der-geschlechter-und-frauenrechte/ Helpdesk on Finequity blog https://www.findevgateway.org/finequity/blog/2020/09/giz-helpdesk-20-collaborative-problem-solving-womens-financial-inclusion
Links Gender-Transformative Approaches in Rural Development (GTA-RD) https://www.snrd-africa.net/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/SNRD-GTA-Narrative-Publication.pdf Gender-Transformative Change in Agricultural Technical Vocational Education and Training (ATVET) https://www.giz.de/en/downloads/giz2020_en_Gender-Transformative_Change.pdf Gender Transformative Change in Practice https://www.nepad.org/skillsportalforyouth/publication/gender-transformative-change-practice Gender-transformative approaches promote women in agricultural technical vocational education and training https://www.giz.de/en/worldwide/61137.html Reach, benefit, or empower: Clarifying gender strategies of development projects https://www.ifpri.org/blog/reach-benefit-or-empower-clarifying-gender-strategies-development-projects Sustainable Agri-Food Systems. A World without Hunger https://www.bmz.de/resource/blob/100758/87a73afe4dce879c6f2fef99176a5e62/BMZ-Kernthemenstrategie_EWOH_en.pdf GIZ Fit for School Concept – Menstrual Hygiene https://www.susana.org/en/knowledge-hub/resources-and-publications/library/details/3761 WinS Three Star Approach Monitoring Report on MHM covering the first three rounds of monitoring from SY 2017/18 to SY 2019/20 (PDF) https://wins.deped.gov.ph/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/TSA-WinS-Monitoring-MHM-201920.pdf 59 MHM resources in DepEd supported by the program https://wins.deped.gov.ph/2021/05/10/mhm_resources/ Applying a gender lens to climate risk finance and insurance https://coe.insuresilience.org/knowledge/applying-a-gender-lens-to-climate-risk-finance-and-insurance/ Menstrual Hygiene Day: Nepal’s movement for dignified menstruation gathers pace https://health.bmz.de/stories/menstrual-hygiene-day-nepals-movement-for-dignified-menstruation-gathers-pace/ Nepal’s Menstrual Movement: Tackling Taboos https://filmfreeway.com/NepalsMenstrualMovementPart1TacklingTaboos Nepal´s Menstrual Movement – How MenstruAction is making life better for girls and women in Nepal – month after month https://www.susana.org/en/knowledge-hub/resources-and-publications/library/details/3629 G20 Flagship Projects https://www.eskills4girls.org/experts/ Religious Communities as Partners for Development Cooperation (bmz.de) https://www.bmz.de/resource/blob/23664/6b83f9e4f79fb8eaeef4474f9473b9ba/Materialie252_Religious%20communities%20 as%20partners%20for%20development%20cooperation WINcubate brochure https://herandnow.in/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/HerNow-WINcubate-brochure-1.pdf Impact report cohort 2 https://herandnow.in/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/Impact-report-cohort-2.pdf Film Kit Her&Now https://herandnow.in/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/HerNow-Film-Kit-Short-Version-1.pdf Brazilian Supreme Electoral Court’s Inclusive Language Guide https://www.tse.jus.br/imprensa/noticias-tse/arquivos/tse-guia-de-linguagem-inclusiva/rybena_pdf?file=https://www.tse.jus.br/ imprensa/noticias-tse/arquivos/tse-guia-de-linguagem-inclusiva/at_download/file
Videos GIZ Gender Competition 2022 – Award Ceremony https://youtu.be/b-8EiiFRio4 Gender makes Business Sense https://www.nepad.org/galleries/gender-makes-business-sense Gender makes Business Sense (GmBS). A practical capacity development journey for entrepreneurs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ax9F8_25ADM A holistic approach to promoting gender equality within and through GIZ Egypt https://youtu.be/voAqt-VtWwQ Gender-smart climate and disaster risk finance and insurance solutions https://youtu.be/MRufRrEqSAo #NepalsMenstrualMovement Part 1: Tackling Taboos https://health.bmz.de/videos/nepal-menstrual-health-film-part-1-taboos/ The Inspiring African Women Leaders in Peace and Security program – a GIZ & KAIPTC-WPSI cooperation https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=AHuJa-T3-c0 60 GIZ – Restoring Zambia’s Rivers 2021 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43Wt1Jm8KIo GIZ – RTI Women Facilitation Desk & Khuli Kachehri Documentary v2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lYQ-Yz-2lVI her now https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGYRseTg-qJdWbLI2gznVRw?view_as=subscriber
GIZ internal resources and guidelines Genderrollen transferieren, Gleichberechtigung erreichen. Eine Orientierung für Vorhaben der G500 Transforming gender roles, achieving gender equality. Guidance for G500 projects Transformer les rôles de genre, atteindre l’égalité des sexes. Une orientation pour les projets G500 Female developers needed: boosting the number of women in the digital economy (giz.de) Brasilien und Mosambik: Digital durchstarten – Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH – Integrierter Unternehmensbericht 2020 Checkliste der G500 für gendertransformative Ansätze (GTA) Checklist of G500 for gender-transformative approaches (GTA) Liste de contrôle de la G500 pour les approches transformatives en matière de genre (ATG) Gender Mainstreaming Checklist. Guiding document for gender focal points and technical staff of GIZ Egypt Gender Mainstreaming in GIZ Egypt (flyer) Inclusive and Non-Sexist Language (LINS) Guide 61 Gender reloaded: Vision meets Attitude – Attitude meets Action
6262 Useful external websites and sources African Development Bank http://www.afdb.org/en/topics-and-sectors/sectors/gender Asian Development Bank http://www.adb.org/themes/gender/main Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) ASEAN Gender Mainstreaming Strategic Framework 2021–2025: https://asean.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/ASEAN-Gender-Mainstreaming-Strategic-Framework-endorsed-by-AMMW.pdf BMZ Gender Equality – A policy priority of German Development Policy https://www.bmz.de/de/entwicklungspolitik/frauenrechte-und-gender?msclkid=d56e17add04611ecafecc57d5fbaf7d2 https://www.bmz.de/de/entwicklungspolitik/feministische-entwicklungspolitik data2x – 2022 Report: Transforming the data landscape. Solutions to close Gender Data Gaps https://opendatawatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/Publications/Transforming-the-Data-Landscape-Solutions-to-Close-Gen- der-Data-Gaps.pdf European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and Gender Equality http://www.ebrd.com/ebrd-and-gender-equality-overview.html https://ec.europa.eu/international-partnerships/system/files/join-2020-17-final_en.pdf European Commission https://ec.europa.eu/info/policies/justice-and-fundamental-rights/gender-equality_en EU Gender Action Plan III: https://ec.europa.eu/international-partnerships/system/files/join-2020-17-final_en.pdf Presidency conclusions on the Gender Action Plan (GAP) III 2021-2025: https://data.consilium.europa.eu/doc/document/ST-13947-2020-INIT/en/pdf EU LGBTIQ Equality Strategy 2020-2025: https://ec.europa.eu/info/policies/justice-and-fundamental-rights/combatting-dis- crimination/lesbian-gay-bi-trans-and-intersex-equality/lgbtiq-equality-strategy-2020-2025_en European Union Gender Equality Strategy https://ec.europa.eu/info/policies/justice-and-fundamental-rights/gender-equality/gender-equality-strategy_en#gender-equality- strategy-2020-2025 Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women and Girls: Guidance for development partners: https://www.oecd-ilibrary.org/docserver/0bddfa8f-en.pdf?expires=1653307859&id=id&accname=ocid56027132&checksum=4C 4DBD94676D1FD1E9A29DC51652D7FA Gender – Equal Rights and Justice http://www.genderaction.org/ Generation Equality Forum https://forum.generationequality.org/ https://forum.generationequality.org/action-coalitions Women, Peace & Security and Humanitarian Action (WPS-HA) Compact: https://forum.generationequality.org/women-peace-security-and-humanitarian-action-wps-ha-compact German Federal Foreign Office https://www.auswaertiges-amt.de/en/aussenpolitik/themen/menschenrechte/05-frauen https://www.auswaertiges-amt.de/en/aussenpolitik/themen/menschenrechte/05-frauen/frauen-konfliktpraevention-node https://www.auswaertiges-amt.de/en/aussenpolitik/themen/menschenrechte/07-lgbti Inter-American Development Bank – Gender and Diversity https://www.iadb.org/en/gender-and-diversity/gender-and-diversity
OECD – Gender Equality and Development http://www.oecd.org/dac/gender-development/about-gendernet.htm Empowerment of Women and Girls: Guidance for development partners: https://www.oecd-ilibrary.org/docserver/0bddfa8f-en.pdf?expires=1653307859&id=id&accname=ocid56027132&checksum=4C 4DBD94676D1FD1E9A29DC51652D7FA OECD Social Institutions and Gender Index (SIGI) https://www.wikigender.org/?s=SIGI SNRD Working Group on Gender-Transformative Approaches in Rural Development (GTA-RD) https://www.snrd-africa.net/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/SNRD-GTA-Narrative-Publication.pdf UN DISPATCH – Women http://www.undispatch.com/category/women UNRISD – Gender and Development http://www.unrisd.org/80256B3C005BB128/(httpProgrammeAreas)/6DA4DF9FA8158D3280257F1B005A8527? UN Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform and SDGs https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/sdg5 UN Women http://www.unwomen.org/en Wikigender http://www.wikigender.org Women´s Empowerment Principles https://www.weps.org/about World Bank Gender Platform http://www.worldbank.org/en/topic/gender IDA20 Special theme: gender and development: https://documents1.worldbank.org/curated/en/680341625067486855/pdf/IDA20-Special-Theme-Gender-and-Development.pdf World Economic Forum https://www.weforum.org/agenda/archive/gender-parity/ https://www.weforum.org/reports/global-gender-gap-report-2021 https://worldpopulationreview.com/country-rankings/gender-equality-by-country WEF Partnership for Global LGBTI Equality (PGLE): https://www.weforum.org/projects/accelerating-lgbti-inclusion-initiative 63
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