Reforma Impostu Rendimentu no Konsumu ba Timor-Leste
How can PFM Reforms Contribute to Gender Equality Outcomes
This paper provides guidance on how to make Public Finance Management (PFM) reforms gender responsive. It presents an overview of PFM reforms and explains how and why they are important to the achievement of gender equality outcomes. The paper aims to link ongoing work on gender responsive budgeting (GRB) with broader PFM reform efforts by increasing understanding of GRB among PFM practitioners and increasing understanding of PFM reforms among gender experts to support better results for gender equality and women's empowerment.
Tax Reform for Timor-Leste A New Value Added Tax
Technical Guidance Note
Integrated national financing frameworks (INFFs) were first introduced in the Addis Ababa Action Agenda to support increased alignment of financing from all sources with national sustainable development objectives. The technical guidance aims to support countries to integrate gender equality objectives and gender analysis into the design and implementation of INFFs.
The State of the Field of Gender Lens Investing
'The State of Gender Lens Investing' presents a survey of the current state of the field, makes sense of tensions and trends in the field and recommends directions and action by a wide variety of participants, such as philanthropists, investors, nonprofit leaders, policymakers, entrepreneurs, activists and academics.
Discussion Paper on Measuring Sustainable Development Goal Indicator 5c1
Gender Responsive Budgeting in FYR Macedonia
Equality and Public Finances- A Discussion Paper on Gender Responsive Budgeting
What’s behind the budget? Politics, rights and accountability in the budget process
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.
Public Finance Management, Including Gender-Responsive Budgeting
This paper explains what GRB is, what GRB work has help achieved and how it can further contribute to achieving gender equity and equality. The paper also presents some of the challenges of doing GRB work and concludes with a set of recommendations to institutionalize a gender equality perspective in public finance.