Post tagged in "Gender Data for Gender Equality"
The U.S. Strategy on Global Women’s Economic Security Utilizes Gender Data As A Core Guiding Principle
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Dilly Severin | firstname.lastname@example.org Statement by Krista Jones Baptista, Executive Director of Data2X, on the United…
Climate Change Isn’t Gender-Blind—This COP27, Our Data Shouldn’t Be Either
It’s Gender Day at COP27. But where’s the gender data needed to assess global progress? Climate change is affecting populations…
Data Co-ops: How Cooperative Structures Can Support Women’s Empowerment
(This blog post was cross-posted from the Future Development blog’s (The Brookings Institution) original post, which can be found here.) Rising…
In Conversation Part I: Data2X Partner SEWA Discusses Unique Challenges Facing Rural Indian Women Farmers
On average, women make up more than 40 percent of the agricultural labor force in low and lower middle-income countries…
Following the Money: How One Organization is Using Data to Improve Aid Transparency on Gender Equality Programs￼
Stakeholders continue to dedicate financial resources to achieve gender equality—but financing alone is not enough. To make meaningful progress on gender equality and improve the efficacy of development aid, financing must be paired with comprehensive technical data on 1) where resources are going; 2) what these resources are used for; 3) how they are used and who benefits from them; and 4) what results they produce. Without this information, it is difficult to understand the impact of gender equality programs and improve the lives of women and girls.
State of Gender Data: The Gender and Environment Alliance
Gender data is a challenge to environmentalists—it can be difficult to collect, it requires dedicated financing, and for many years, there was no clear space that brought people and resources together to address it. This was until the Gender and Environment Data Alliance (GEDA) formed to advance gender-just climate action. Formed by the Women’s Environment and Development Organization (WEDO) and International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), the group brings together a coalition of diverse multi-stakeholder partners to improve accessibility, understanding and application of gender-environment data.
Building Back Is Not Enough: To Achieve the SDGs and Recover from Crisis, It’s Time to Elevate Gender Data as a Policy Priority
In the face of multiple, coalescing global crises, the 2022 UN High-level Political Forum convened last week to take stock…
Leading Champions in the Financial Sector Agree: Stronger Political Will and More Data are Needed to Unlock Women’s Financial Empowerment
(This blog post was crossposted from the Center for Global Development’s original post, which can be found here.) As the…
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