UN Women's work on financing for gender equality supports the implementation of government and donor policy commitments to gender equality and women’s rights. Our work aims to strengthen policy, planning and budgeting processes at national and local levels for improved government accountability, transparency and service delivery. The full and equal participation of women and civil society is central to achieve these objectives.

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GRB Course - UN Women Training Centre

  • Publish Date: фев 16, 2017

Based on UN Women's experience supporting the implementation of Gender-Responsive Budgeting, the UN Women Training Centre located in Santo Domingo has developed courses on Gender-Responsive Budgeting for basic, intermediate and advanced participants in three languages, i.e. English, Spanish and French.

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GRB Training in Santo Domingo - From Theory to Practice

  • Publish Date: янв 23, 2017
  • Expiry Date: янв 27, 2017

After an interactive and successful online training on gender-responsive budgeting (GRB), working groups from 8 countries will be meeting for the second part of their GRB training in a face-to-face seminar from 23-27 January 2017, in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

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Financing: Why it matters for women and girls?

(Cross posted on www.unwomen.org) From letting women have a say in where village water holes are built, to ensuring cash-transfer programmes benefit all, to making sure women have maternal health clinics nearby and can access them when the need arises ­– financing for gender equality is the means to ensure that women’s needs are met in development planning. Financing for development is about money. For development to reach people in all parts of the world, adequate financing is required so that commitments made by world leaders translate into action. For funds to benefit everyone equally and equitably, targeted efforts are often needed. For example, if women don’t have access to safe transportation or low-cost childcare, few will be able to take advantage of important social or vocational programmes.

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Избранные видеоматериалы: Гендерно ориентированное планирование и бюджетирование в Индии

Данный документальный фильм рассказывает о практических методах учета гендерной проблематики в секторальных планах и бюджетах. В нем показана образцовая работа, проведенная в Индии Департаментом науки и технологии и Департаментом сельского хозяйства и сотрудничества на уровне союзной территории (на местном уровне). Опыт показывает, как в двух секторах, которые считались «не связанными с женщинами», удалось выявить проблемы гендерного неравенства и принять меры для их устранения в...

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Tax Reform for Timor-Leste A New Value Added Tax

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This brief is a summary based on the UN Women Report, Income and Consumption Tax Reform for Timor-Leste: Gender and Poverty Impact, Policy Options, and Recommendations.