This study was conducted as part of the overall program, "Increasing accountability in financing for gender equality" (F4GE), undertaken by UN WOMEN, with the financial support of the European Commission and the Government of Spain.
The study aimed also at conducting a gender analysis of the sector plan of the Ministry of Water and Sanitation. It aims also at assessing the capacity of the staff on gender sensitive budgeting, programming and planning.
This paper examines a GRB pilot project undertaken in the small Pacific country of the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI).
This publication intended for those who wish to better understand the links between gender equality, public policy formation and development financing.
This article by Rebecca Carter, Stephen Lister looks at the relevance of budget support to financing the relevant MDGs, and draws some conclusions about the role of budget support, how it should be designed and the attitude civil society organizations should adopt towards it.
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.
Budgeting for Equity: Gender Budget Initiatives Within a Framework of Performance Oriented Budgeting
The publication discusses the tools needed to determine how a government budget impacts the different sexes. The publication achieves three objectives. First, the background of gender responsive budgets is described for readers who are not as familiar with the initiative.
The report makes a significant contribution to the advocacy work on the transparency of budgets. It provides arguments for increasing the accountability of government budgets to women's rights.
The report, authored by Professor Diane Elson, a leading feminist economist, makes a significant contribution to the advocacy work on the transparency of budgets. It provides arguments for increasing the accountability of government budgets to women's rights.
A summary guide for policy makers, gender equality and human rights advocates" is a publication based on a report by Diane Elson "Budgeting for Women's Rights: Monitoring Government Budgets for Compliance with CEDAW" by UNIFEM 2006.