The Implementation of Gender Equity and Affirming Disability Mainstreaming in the Public Service and Provinces. Introduction.
Equality of Opportunities
Key pillars in addressing policy, projects and programmes for inclusivity, gender equality and disability Management
Addressing stigma & discrimination
Sensitisation to remove stereotypes and attitudes
Providing adequate resources
Conducting continuous audits and research
Implementation of Sensitive policies
Setting operating standards and procedures
Setting appropriate indicators
Monitoring and evaluation
Providing reasonable accommodation
Provide systematic and uniform guidelines
Participation and Inclusivity
Promoting Human rights and social justice
Promoting equity and equality
Understanding and addressing diverse needs
The DPSA has established good partnerships and working relationships with the following structures to promote effective monitoring and support for the Public Service:
c. Department for Women Children and People with Disabilities (DWCPD), on disability management interventions for the Public Service.
Male: 3212 = 58.92%
Reporting on has improved considerably since the compliance formed part of the MPAT process.