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Another extract from Rhonda Sharp's report (pp. 66-67): Adding equity as a performance indicator A significant limitation for gender responsive budgets of the conventional performance oriented budgeting model with its '3Es' (economy, efficiency and effectiveness) criteria of performance is its narrow focus. An important dimension of performance measurement ...
Project: Gender Budgeting
Dear friends, we quote here a concrete example of gender budgeting, in a specific field: health policies. The extract below is taken from a Unifem Report, written by Rhonda Sharpe, and titled "Budgeting for Equity - Gender budget initiatives within a framework of performance oriented budgeting" (Full version of the report) "The example of glaucoma ...
Project: Gender Budgeting
Another extract from Rhonda Sharp's report (pp. 66-67): Adding equity as a performance indicator A significant limitation for gender responsive budgets of the conventional performance oriented budgeting model with its '3Es' (economy, efficiency and effectiveness) criteria of performance is its narrow focus. An important dimension of performance measurement ...
Project: Gender Budgeting
Regarding to antonio's interesting notes on GB I would add: What is Gender Budgeting? Gender budgeting (properly known as gender budgeting when referring to provisional budget, and gender auditing for final budget) is a tool for analyzing politic options towards men and women. Social positions, lifestyles, responsibilities, income levels, preferences ...
Project: Gender Budgeting
Organizanization Culture: some ideas Before approaching the discussion in the virtual labs focusing on three broad organizational dimensions (HRM and Gender, Organizational Culture and Stereotypes, Financial dimension and Gender Budgeting) a premise has to be made on planning attitude, an important concept in order to accomplish self tailored models ...
Project: Organizational Culture and Stereotypes
Hello colleagues, This is to give some follow up to the methodology which is posted here for your perusal. At the meeting in Belgrade, we pointed out a few areas that seem to concern more than one among you, namely. There were two instruments presented to you. These with some adaptation may be useful to you for the kick-off, of some action or their ...
Project: Gender Budgeting
Innovation is one of the buzz words in Europe 2020, the strategy that the EU is to set in motion to respond to the crisis and keep the pace with "emerging" (or rather already "emerged") economies. Investing in all the untapped/badly used sources of potential - women, young people, senior citizens - is seen as a necessity, although so ...
Project: Gender Budgeting
Are you interested in getting to know what is a gender -sensitive budget as well as other pivotal definitions in the field of gender as gender mainstreaming and gender neutrality? Look at the section below it was taken from: How to do a gender-sensitive budget analysis:Contemporary research and practice by Debbie Budlender & Rhonda Sharpwith ...
Project: Gender Budgeting
Why gender statistics? The individual opinion expressed by citizens matches with the actual interpretation of gender data on the impact of the several actions carried out by local institution on men and women, even though this analysis may be often difficult. The principle of gender mainstreaming, pursued by gender budgeting, requires a gender perspective ...
Project: Gender Budgeting
Introduction to laboratory on gender stereotypes. In order to approach and indentify the gender biased stereotypes in your institution, we will examine three specific areas where they can be entangled: language, daily duties, available (limited and not so evident) resources. We will start by language and help you analyze your experience using different ...
Project: Organizational Culture and Stereotypes
  Gender Budgeting in Europe Hi everybody, I found on the internet this presentation that shows the situation of policies and laws supporting and promoting gender budgeting in Europe. Unfortunately it covers up to 2008. Can you help us finding out if there have been updates and which is the legislative framework in your countries?
Project: Gender Budgeting
In Italy, gender budgeting is implemented almost only by local governments of cities, districts and regions (genderbutget.it ; See here for Torino). These websites, designed and mastered by the District of Genova, were created in order to actually realize the purpose of informing about gender budgeting activities and programs set up in Italy and Europe; ...
Project: Gender Budgeting