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Engendering National Statistical Systems For a Knowledge-Based Policy Formulation UNECE (United Nations Economic Commission for Europe) – World Bank Institute 2007-2009 New Delhi, August 10, 2007. Gender-sensitive and sex-disaggregated data are critical :. Why Gender Statistics?.

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Engendering

National Statistical Systems

For a Knowledge-Based Policy Formulation

UNECE (United Nations Economic Commission for Europe) –

World Bank Institute

2007-2009

New Delhi, August 10, 2007

why gender statistics
Gender-sensitive and sex-disaggregated data are critical : Why Gender Statistics?

for planning,

implementing and

gender-responsive

development actions

for capturing

gender differences

in opportunities,

capabilities, and

contribution to

economic output

for monitoring

progress toward the

MDG 3, and to

assess women’s

(lack of) advancements

in many areas.

partnerships for a long term engagement
Partnerships for a Long-Term Engagement

Start of collaborative process between WBI, UNECE and the regional NSOs under the framework of the Conference of European Statisticians.

Joint WBI-UNECE 3-year project on Gender Sensitization Training, 2007-2009 (funded by the DGF under the Marrakesh Action Plan for Statistics (MAPS)

2003

2006

Start of ToT,

Community of Practice

Inter-agency Task Force on gender sensitization training for statisticians

Mainstreaming of gender

into the production and

dissemination of statistics

in the ECA Region.

2005

2007

The Task Force includes staff from UNECE, World Bank, UNDP, USAID, FAO, ILO, US Census Bureau, UNFPA and National Statistical Systems of the ECA countries

geographic coverage
Geographic Coverage

Currently, the project includes the following

CIS and South East European countries:

  • Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Kazakhstan
  • Kyrgyz Republic
  • Moldova
  • Russian Federation
  • Serbia
  • Tajikistan
  • Turkmenistan
  • Uzbekistan
program objectives
Improve sensitization of users and statisticians to the production, use and update of gender statistics

Improve sensitization of National Statistical Systems in all areas of work (especially in economic and business statistics, administrative registers, etc)

Improve availability and quality of gender statistics data in areas where gaps are more relevant (entrepreneurship, transport, communications, etc.)

Raise awareness on the difference in opportunities of women and men and ultimately advocate the need for more gender-sensitive policies

Contribute to the World Bank Gender Strategy and GAP, Action # 3 (to improve knowledge and statistics on women’s economic participation and the relationship between gender equality, growth and poverty reduction.)

Program Objectives
program components
Program Components

The program consists of three main components:

Regional and

National

Capacity Building

Support research and

analytical work,

preparation of

the training manual

Upgrading and

Updating of the

Gender Statistics

Databases

capacity development component strategies and approaches
Capacity Development Component: Strategies and Approaches

Participatory

Ownership of the project and active participation of the direct beneficiaries – NSOs from recipient countries

Adaptive

User friendly modules, customized to individual country realities and needs

Proactive

Advocacy tools to create awareness at all levels of the NSSs

Results-oriented

Activities are designed to focus on processes, outcomes, and expected impacts

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Capacity Development Component:

Instruments

Development of

a Consolidated

Training Manual

Regional Training

of Trainers (ToT)

National follow-up

Workshops

(by local trainers)

CoP

Web Portal

Provide a

structured

resource

for trainers

Have trainers

Experience the

Interactive

learning design

and

build confidence

and trust

Organize larger-

scale dissemination

of information to

build awareness

and

ultimately effect

policy decision

making

Support trainers

in the preparation

of national

trainings, foster

peer-to-peer

learning and create

a sustainable

community of

experts in the region

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Capacity Development Component:

Training of Trainers + National Trainings

Highly Interactive

Action Learning approach

  • CONTENT
  • Multimedia presentations
  • Video interviews: key opinion leaders
  • LEARNING ACTIVITIES
  • group exercises
  • case studies
  • role plays
  • competitions (i.e., develop advocacy slogan on the need for GS).
  • -> “learning by doing”
  • DIRECT APPLICABILITY
  • activities targeted to individual country-context
  • planning activities to shape national trainings
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Thematic Focus

Why do we need GS?

Making it Happen – Strategic organization within the NSSs – Advocacy tools

GS in selected statistical areas:

labor statistics (reconciliation of work and family life; making labor force surveys gender sensitive; informal employment; gender pay gap; entrepreneurship);

gender-based violence, decision making

Capacity Development Component:

Training of Trainers + National Trainings

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Thematic Focus (continued)

Decision making in :

Public institutions

Large Enterprises

Small Enterprises

Gender budgeting

Population subgroups (minorities)

Dissemination, Outreach and Marketing

Writing statistical articles

Developing graphs

On-line dissemination

Capacity Development Component:

Training of Trainers + National Trainings

To be developed:

Agriculture

Health, disability and care

Education, science and research

Gender attitudes

Decision making in households

Time use

Training of users

Migration

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Capacity Development Component:

Creation of a Community of Practice

The CoP is a network of practitioners as trainers on GS at the national level

Long-term engagement /

Sustainability

Knowledge base

Help desk

Peer to peer learning

Quality Control

e-discussions, file sharing, news/events board, advertising,

peer-to-peer feedback on a variety of the content and teaching techniques

for the national TOT courses.

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Visit

Platform

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Expand the focus of the program in the ECA countries,

by strengthening the network of trainers

Where possible, coordinate and join efforts with the other donors (Statistics Sweden, UNDP, UNSD, FAO, ILO, etc)

Replicate the developed expertise to other Regions:

Latin America

Middle East

Africa

South/East Asia and Pacific

Find synergies with the World Bank Statistical Capacity Building project, and other programs with the similar objectives.

Ways Forward

web link to the portal
UNECE/WBI web portal for trainers on gender statistics:

http://info.worldbank.org/etools/genderStat/forum/login.asp

Login: guest

Password: guest

Web link to the portal :
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