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GRB Comics : “ Briefly about gender budget”Kyrgyz

Comics on the topic of GRB.  For promoting better understanding of the GRB concept among civil society and wider public, including youth.


GRB in India: what has gone wrong?

GRB in India: what has gone wrong?

The article examines the two main strategies adopted by the Government of India for institutionalizing gender responsive budgeting to highlight what has gone wrong and what needs to be fixed in order to achieve better outcomes for women. This article by Yamini Mishra and Navanita Sinha was published in Economic and Political Weekly.


GRB Comics : “ Briefly about gender budget”English

Comics on the topic of GRB.  For promoting better understanding of the GRB concept among civil society and wider public, including youth.


Gender and Participatory Budgeting

Gender and Participatory Budgeting

This publication was prepared in 2004 by the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA- UK's leading accountancy body for public services) for DFID. Gender and participatory budgeting are increasingly being used in developing countries to give civil society groups or members of a community a means to influence the way public resources are spent. Similar approaches have also been used in the United Kingdom and there is scope for the lessons emerging from developing countries to...


Gender Equality Marker Guidance Note

Gender Equality Marker Guidance Note

The guidance note sets out commom principles and standards for gender equality markers systems that track and report on allocations and expenditures for gender equality and women's empowerment.


GENDER-RESPONSIVE BUDGETING IN SOUTH EASTERN EUROPE: UNIFEM EXPERIENCES

This publication captures lessons learned in the course of the UNIFEM project on gender responsive budgeting (GRB) in South Eastern Europe (SEE).


Gender Analysis of public investment Bolivia

Throughout their implementation, the work with GRBs has taken on specific and strategic characteristics in accordance with the proposed goals, the implemented initiatives, the tools used, the political and social context and the institutional and administrative willingness of each country or community. Nevertheless, we can establish the following core goals: To sensitize stakeholders on gender issues and the impact of budgets and policies on them; To make governments accountable for...


Gender Wage Gap in Albania

Labour market issues, be those of employment, unemployment, inactivity, wages and the like are very important for every country since they are linked to some of the main indicators of economic wellbeing or lack thereof. These issues and indicators become increasingly important for developing countries that are trying to achieve development and economic growth. Gender indicators within these labour market indicators are of special interest not only due to a long history of gender discrimination...


Gender Budget Initiative in Gdansk, Poland

Gender Budget Initiative in Gdansk, Poland

The booklet produced by NEWW-Polska in 2005, is a report outlining the results of the Gender Budget analysis in Gdansk, Poland. The report provides a detailed discussion of the demographic, education, health and local labor structures in Gdansk. In addition to providing gender budgeting methods and tools used in other countries, the synopsis outlines three selected issues of Gdansk society and presents recommendations which may serve as aids in planning budgets in the region. Central...


Gender Budget Initiatives of Government of Karnataka (India)

Gender Budget Initiatives of Government of Karnataka (India)

Following a commitment by the Finance Minister of Karnataka to create a separate cell in the Finance Department tasked with identifying the quantum and resource allocation and expenditure for women, the first ever Gender Budget document was presented in the year 2007-08 at the Legislature with a hope to improve the sensitivity to address the issues which concerns women.