Gender Data Must Be the Bedrock of Climate Justice
Climate change is affecting everyone—but not equally. Women, girls, and gender-diverse people are most susceptible to the effects of climate…
Resilient Communities Need Gender Data
This is a policy brief outlining how gender data can help build resilient communities in times of crisis.
Persistent Gaps in Gender Data Will Challenge Movement from Zero Draft Rhetoric to Action
This year, the 66th Commission on the Status of Women will review climate change, environmental and disaster risk reduction policies…
Gender Data to Achieve U.S. Policy Objectives: Evaluating the United States’ National Strategy on Gender Equity and Equality
A HISTORIC LEADERSHIP MOMENT FOR THE UNITED STATES ON GENDER AND MEASUREMENT On October 22, the Biden-Harris Administration released the first-ever National Strategy on…
Solutions for Building Resilient Gender Data Systems
The COVID-19 pandemic has stagnated—and in some areas reversed—hard-won progress on gender equality. Nearly two years after the virus first…
Gender Data for Generation Equality: A Brief Series
In 1995, at the Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, world leaders made ground-breaking commitments to advance women’s rights…
Data2X’s COVID-19 Work
The coronavirus pandemic is shining a light on something we’ve known for a long time: we need comprehensive gender data…
Measuring women’s paid and unpaid care work under ICLS 19
This policy brief explores the gender implications of the first internationally agreed-upon statistical definition of ‘work’.
Why Women’s Financial Inclusion Data Pays
This policy brief explains how gender data can help ensure women are financially included.
Valuing Women’s Unpaid Care and Household Work: The Policy Potential of Time Use Data
This policy brief outlines the many ways time use data can inform policy.
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