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Creating an organizational culture for social justice activism
Raising Voices 2015
Violence as an abuse of power, not only at an individual level but at a broader level where norms, systems and structures tacitly accept and perpetuate violence This document is part of the Learning From Practice series - a col...
Innovations from the field: gender mainstreaming from the ground up for the World Food Programme
Institute of Development Studies UK 2015
Food and nutrition security and gender equality are closely linked and mutually constitutive. The fact that women and girls are among the most undernourished in the world and are often hardest hit by food insecurity underlines this. W...
Future organisation and methods of work of the Commission on the Status of Women
commission on the status of women / The United Nations Economic and Social Council 2015
On March 20th 2015, the 59th session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW59) adopted a draft resolution entitled ‘Future organisation and methods of the work of the CSW’, which will be submitted to the Economic an...
Subversively accommodating: feminist bureaucrats and gender mainstreaming
R. Eyben / Institute of Development Studies UK 2010
 Is it possible to secure the desired policy action ‘infusing’ gender into existing ways of doing and organising things – and by so doing to incrementally secure real gains for women? Or will transformative poli...
Integrating gender into internal police oversight
M. Bastick / Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces 2014
This guidance note on Integrating Gender into Internal Police Oversight, developed by DCAF, OSCE/ODIHR  and the OSCE Gender Section is a practical resource for police services, and those who manage and support them. It can help a...
Integrating gender into oversight of the security sector by ombuds institutions & national human rights institutions
M. Bastick / Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces 2014
This guidance note on Integrating Gender into Oversight of the Security Sector by Ombuds Institutions & National Human Rights Institutions, developed by DCAF, OSCE/ODIHR and the OSCE Gender Section  is a practical resour...
Integrating a gender perspective into internal oversight within armed forces
M. Bastick / Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces 2014
This guidance note on Integrating a Gender Perspective into Internal Oversight within Armed Forces, developed by DCAF, OSCE/ODIHR and the OSCE Gender Section, is a practical resource for militaries, and for those who manage and suppor...
Gender mainstreaming in Afghanistan
A. Larson / Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit 2009
Gender mainstreaming is an example of policy transferred across different national contexts and has been added to the mix of international prescriptions for rebuilding the Afghan state. This study explores the ways that mainstreaming ...
Has ADB's gender and development policy addressed gender inequality in Asia?
J Hunt; S Lateef; H. T Thomas / Asian Development Bank 2007
The Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) 1998 Gender and Development (GAD) policy identified gender mainstreaming as a key strategy for addressing gender inequity. Project-specific gender action plans (GAPs) were introduced as a mecha...
Gender mainstreaming manual
Pact Tanzania 2006
This guide aims to strengthen equality in communities by giving guidance for gender mentoring. It examines the nature of gender and gender equality, analyses power relations within society. The guide examines what is needed for...