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Budgeting for Women's Rights: Monitoring Government Budgets for Compliance with CEDAW

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The report makes a significant contribution to the advocacy work on the transparency of budgets. It provides arguments for increasing the accountability of government budgets to women's rights.


Budgeting for Women's Rights Monitoring Government Budgets for Compliance with CEDAW: a summary...

Budgeting for Women's Rights Monitoring Government Budgets for Compliance with CEDAW: a summary...

A summary guide for policy makers, gender equality and human rights advocates" is a publication based on a report by Diane Elson "Budgeting for Women's Rights: Monitoring Government Budgets for Compliance with CEDAW" by UNIFEM 2006. The publication developed by UNIFEM in 2008 articulates what it means to take an explicitly rights-based approach to government budgets and draws on the lessons of Gender Budgets Initiatives (GBIs) experiences around the world. It links governments' commitments under...


Budgeting for Women's Rights Monitoring Government Budgets for Compliance with CEDAW: summary..(Fr )

Budgeting for Women's Rights Monitoring Government Budgets for Compliance with CEDAW: summary..(Fr )

A summary guide for policy makers, gender equality and human rights advocates" is a publication based on a report by Diane Elson "Budgeting for Women's Rights: Monitoring Government Budgets for Compliance with CEDAW" by UNIFEM 2006. The publication developed by UNIFEM in 2008 articulates what it means to take an explicitly rights-based approach to government budgets and draws on the lessons of Gender Budgets Initiatives (GBIs) experiences around the world. It links governments' commitments under...


Budgeting for Women's Rights Monitoring Government Budgets for Compliance with CEDAW: summary..(Sp)

Budgeting for Women's Rights Monitoring Government Budgets for Compliance with CEDAW: summary..(Sp)

A summary guide for policy makers, gender equality and human rights advocates" is a publication based on a report by Diane Elson "Budgeting for Women's Rights: Monitoring Government Budgets for Compliance with CEDAW" by UNIFEM 2006. The publication developed by UNIFEM in 2008 articulates what it means to take an explicitly rights-based approach to government budgets and draws on the lessons of Gender Budgets Initiatives (GBIs) experiences around the world. It links governments' commitments under...


Budgeting for Women's Rights: Monitoring Government Budgets for Compliance with CEDAW (Arabic) 2008

Budgeting for Women's Rights: Monitoring Government Budgets for Compliance with CEDAW (Arabic) 2008

The report, authored by Professor Diane Elson, a leading feminist economist, makes a significant contribution to the advocacy work on the transparency of budgets. It provides arguments for increasing the accountability of government budgets to women's rights.


Budgeting for Women's Rights: Monitoring Government Budgets for Compliance with CEDAW

Budgeting for Women's Rights: Monitoring Government Budgets for Compliance with CEDAW

The report, authored by Professor Diane Elson, a leading feminist economist, makes a significant contribution to the advocacy work on the transparency of budgets. It provides arguments for increasing the accountability of government budgets to women's rights.


Budgeting to Fulfill International Gender and Human Rights Commitments

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This booklet was commissioned by the Southern African Regional Office (SARO) of the United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM). UNIFEM has been supporting GRB work in the region for many years. It sees this booklet as yet another way in which it can link the work on GRB and rights.


What’s behind the budget? Politics, rights and accountability in the budget process

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This book aims to contribute to the evolving understanding of public expenditure management as a political, rather than a purely technical, process. In particular, it explores the ways in which a rights approach can contribute to strengthening pro-poor voice and outcomes in budget processes. It identifies issues, partners, tools and methods that may help development actors to support citizen accountability and a pro-poor, gender-equitable, focus in public expenditure management.