The document deals with the Brazilian planning and budgeting proceses. The paper reflects upon the applicability of Gender Budgeting initiatives and methodologies in the case of Brazil, specifically in light of the racial dimension. The report is written in Portugese.
Systematization of the project, "Gender Equity: Citizenship, Labor and Family and Fundar". The assessment was carried out in conjunction with the Ministry of Health, as part of a reflection process for introducing a gender perspective into the planning and budgeting of the health sector in Mexico.
This document is introduced in the framework of the implementation of Gender Responsive Project (GRB) that was implemented until June 2012 at the municipal level in Santa Rosa de Copan Budgets and under the implementation of the Partnership Programme between the European Union (EU) and UN Women for
Critical Path a GRB Treatment at a Inter Institutional Level in State Secretariats of Honduras. Action Plan for Its Operationalization.
This case study was compiled by Debbie Budlender based on presentations by Raquel Coello, and Leire Lopez, during UNIFEM/UNFPA GRB Workshops in Cape Town and Bangkok, April and June 2006.
This manual for trainers give them knowledge
and tools to:
become familiar with gender analysis and its application in national planning;
explore the basic principles of gender budgeting and understand its value
added to the national planning;
Fiscal policy is defined as the part of economic policy through which the State, by choosing certain sources of income seeks to finance the exercise of its functions and activities and thus establishes the allocation of resources to implement them.
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 communi

The recent release of the Global Corruption Barometer (GCB) – Latin America and the Caribbean is an important step for understanding how corruption affects women.

UN Women prepared this manual to aim members of women's organizations at a community level who seek to influence public policy in local governments. The manual is a tool that can be used on-awareness training sessions to promote opportunities for participation and advocacy.