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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
2. Methods
The National Delegation for Gender Equity at Swedish Universities has tested the method of corporate storytelling to collect fenale employees' everyday experiences. ...
Project: Organizational Culture and Stereotypes
... of government at all levels (central, local, institutional or other). The analysis of budgeting measures according to the different effects produced on genders is an answer to the four aims stated by the anglo-saxon theory, which are standpoints for all the following national, local and institutional applications in: equity Despite public budgets ...
Project: Gender Budgeting
... involved in the process at the different stages? Who will use theproducts? Who will fund the exercise? Who has the power to enforceaccountablility for gender equity? Who will resist? In what ways will genderbecome part of the public debate on budgetary policy? ...
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
... energy. The awareness of discrimination is crucial: whenever the gender equity is broken, the focal point is the perception by the community in which the case has occurred; actually, the more a victim is unaware of the abuse experienced, the more the abuse is likely to be developed and accepted. Nevertheless, the trap of the individual damage must be ...
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
Not so good need from Sweden: From the beginning of 2013 the National Swedish Agengy for Higher Education will not anymore have the overall responsibility to support gender equity, instead it will be a question for every university to work with these issues without national guidande and monitoring. But we Will see, this might be a positive thing... ...
Project: Organizational Culture and Stereotypes