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ESA/STAT/AC.187/4 Development of Gender Statistics Training and Curricula Principles , Issues and Dimensions. Guiding Remarks of the Chair to Lead the Discussion 29 January 2009 Advisory Group on Gender Statistics Training and Activities, Accra, 29 January 2009. What are we looking for….

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Guiding remarks of the chair to lead the discussion 29 january 2009

ESA/STAT/AC.187/4Development of Gender Statistics Training and Curricula Principles, Issues and Dimensions

Guiding Remarks of the Chair to Lead the Discussion

29 January 2009

Advisory Group on Gender Statistics Training and Activities, Accra, 29 January 2009


What are we looking for

What are we looking for…

  • Guiding Principles –A “code of conduct” to promote gender mainstreaming into regular statistical training

  • Identifying specific training needs and priority areas for training

  • Implementation of gender statistics training activities at the global, regional, and sub-regional levels, identifying:

    a)Potential partner organizations

    b)Types of training (format, scope, focus, length, etc.)

    c)Target audiences

    d)Training curricula

    e)Training materials

  • New training curricula and materials for development and provide inputs as needed


How to proceed

How to proceed…

  • Reviewing past and current training activities in gender statistics

  • Identifying key organizations conducting the trainings & selection of institutions to administer training programmes

  • Reviewing the types of training conducted, including: format, scope, focus, target audience, length, resource requirements/fees, etcetera, identifying best practices and key gaps

  • Reviewing the curricula and training materials used in the trainings, identifying best practices and key gaps


Targets set for 2008

Targets set for 2008

  • Inventory of institutions conducting training

  • Inventory of existing training materials that can be used in the curriculum development

  • Review of existing training activities, best practices and gaps

  • Review of specific training needs and priority areas (to be developed in conjunction with UNSD based on assessment of training needs), including suggestions for training activities to be developed and implemented


Assessment of progress

Assessment of progress…

  • Survey conducted by the UNSD Secretariat for this Advisory Group has helped produce information and outcomes envisaged for the year 2008

  • The Advisory Group needs to consider the adequacy of the findings towards its targets

    • Have all targets achieved?

    • Given the constraints faced in the year 2008, how to plan for 2009

    • What should be the order of priority?


Code of conduct

“Code of Conduct”

  • Planning and coordination

  • Do’s & Don'ts

  • Delivery Methods

  • Sustainability of Learning

  • Participatory Learning

  • Needs Assessment Process

  • NSO’s Role vis-à-vis others (Users/Stakeholders)

  • Partnership


Some issues for focus

Some Issues for Focus…

  • Facilitators and trainers

  • Mode of training (e-learning, participatory learning,…)

  • Training activity material

  • Documentation of Statistical Materials for Training


Some strategic issues

Some Strategic Issues …

  • Processes to upgrade training institutions for gender-statistical needs

  • National, Inter-regional and Global coordination

  • Linking Research with Training

  • NSOs’ Activities vis-à-vis International Agencies’


And thus

And thus…

  • Convergence of national level actions

  • Action Plan 2009 of the Group

  • Training Curricula

  • Training Materials and e-Learning products


Guiding remarks of the chair to lead the discussion 29 january 2009

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