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The purpose of this guide is to provide access to relevant, diverse and credible research on the role of gender equality issues in achieving development goals. It aims to inform dialogue, learning and the sharing of good practice around areas such as gender mainstreaming, measuring change, legal and policy frameworks on gender and human rights, and successful initiatives from the field.
Gender and Social Movements
In this month’s update we provide links and summaries to some of the most recent resources on gender and social movements. Two excellent new policy briefs from the Institute of Development Studies BRIDGE team, on donor approaches and on social movement leader approaches to advancing gender justice, are key features of this update. They are the latest resources to be produced from the fantastic BRIDGE Gender and Social Movements Programme.

Latest Documents

Increasing financial investment in women and girls through gender responsive budgeting
R. Hinds / Governance and Social Development Resource Centre, 2014
Research for improving policymaking related to non-monetised sectors, such as unpaid care work, is currentIt is difficult to conceive of any public policy to ensure the continued enjoyment of women’s rights that can be carried o...
Training on Gender-Responsive Budgeting, Budget Analysis and Policy Advocacy
Social Watch, 2014
Research for improving policymaking related to non-monetised sectors, such as unpaid care work, is currentIt is difficult to conceive of any public policy to ensure the continued enjoyment of women’s rights that can be carried o...
Gender budgeting vital tool for empowerment of African women
N. Muvavarirwa 2014
Research for improving policymaking related to non-monetised sectors, such as unpaid care work, is currentIt is difficult to conceive of any public policy to ensure the continued enjoyment of women’s rights that can be carried o...
The Paradox of Gender Responsive Budgeting
2013
Research for improving policymaking related to non-monetised sectors, such as unpaid care work, is currentIt is difficult to conceive of any public policy to ensure the continued enjoyment of women’s rights that can be carried o...
Integrating Time in Public Policy: Empirical Description of Gender-specific Outcomes and Budgeting
L. Chakraborty 2014
Research for improving policymaking related to non-monetised sectors, such as unpaid care work, is currently difficult, given perceptions of it being a ‘hard-to-price’ sector. This is of particular concern for analysing th...
Women's Climate Action Agenda 2014-2015
O.O. Lake; C. Greensfelder; E. Colligan 2014
The Women's Climate Action Agenda argues for transformative change and analyses the root causes of the environmental destruction and social injustice and offers recommendations and alternative solutions to the climate crisis. These in...
Sixth Asian and Pacific Population Conference (APPC) outcome document
Association for Women's Rights in Development, 2013
The sixth Asian and Pacific Population Conference (APPC) was held in Bangkok in September 2013. This outcome document sets out a set of policy directions and priority actions agreed by the states assembled at the conference. The docum...
CPD 45th session. Theme: Adolescents and Youth. Analysis by Realising Sexual and Reproductive Justice (RESURJ), the International Women’s Health Coalition (IWHC), Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era (DAWN), and Amnesty International (AI)
Realising Sexual and Reproductive Justice, 2012
This briefing paper provides an analysis of the process and outcomes of the UN Commission on Population and Development (CPD) in 2012, which focused on adolescents and youth. It outlines some background information to the event, then ...
Research briefing: the impact of SENAI's vocational training programme on employment, wages, and mobility in Brazil: What lessons for Sub Saharan Africa?
International Research Initiative on Brazil and Africa, 2014
In Sub-Saharan Africa, there is ample evidence of the significant role that education plays on shaping the labour market transition of young people. When comparing Brazil with some countries in the region, the data suggests that the h...
The impact of SENAI's vocational training programme on employment, wages, and mobility in Brazil: what lessons for Sub Saharan Africa?
C.V. Barría; S. Klase / International Research Initiative on Brazil and Africa, 2014
In Brazil, the National Service for Industrial Training (SENAI) has existed for decades as the main building block of the Brazilian S-system of vocational training. It is a private non-profit organisation, managed and led by industria...
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