Guide for the formulation of public budgets in the health sector using a gender perspective.
Gender and Corruption in LAC
The recent release of the Global Corruption Barometer (GCB) – Latin America and the Caribbean is an important step for understanding how corruption affects women. Based on a survey of more than 17,000 people in 18 countries across the region, the report reveals new data that could help develop more gender-responsive anticorruption programmes and policies.
Budgets and Gender, Mexico's Experience
Policy recommendations from the international conference on decentralization...
The international Conference on Decentralization, Local Power and Women's Rights: Global Trends in Participation, Representation and Access to Public Services was held from 18-21 November 2008, in Mexico City. The present document emerged from the analysis and experiences shared during the Conference and the work of IDRC-supported researchers. It comprises a set of policy recommendations that, for the first time, define a global agenda on gender and decentralization. It is intended as a resource...
Macro or Microstreaming Gender Economics? (Mexico)
This paper discusses a wide range of issues related to the topic of gender budgets, including the concept of engendering budgets in relation to poverty, development, macro and micro level economics, the challenges to integrating gender into policy, as well as good governance among other issues. The paper closes with lessons learned from the gender budgeting experience in Oaxaca, Mexico.