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UNGEI GAC Meeting, 9 May 2012 UNICEF Executive Board. Catalyzing a Shared Agenda: Connecting UNGEI with the Gender & Research Communities. 3 Key Takeaways on Mandate & Partnerships. Shifting Sands: Executing a Policy Advocacy mandate as the status of core issue changes . THEN

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shifting sands executing a policy advocacy mandate as the status of core issue changes
Shifting Sands: Executing a Policy Advocacy mandate as the status of core issue changes

THEN

  • Basic indicator showed wide gender disparity
  • Gender: struggle to get on development agenda
  • Education: 1st generation: universal primary enrolment
  • Energy on the “WHY”
  • NOW
  • Basic indicator--vast progress in aggregate
  • Gender: has gained traction in development
  • Education: 2nd generation: secondary, learning outcomes
  • Energy on the “HOW”
victims of success redefine goal
Victims of Success?Redefine Goal?

Have we achieved gender equality in education?

2nd generation issues for education and gender: more specific, more nuanced,

MORE AMBITIOUS

2 nd generation indicators and gender mainstreaming
2nd generation indicatorsand gender mainstreaming

Getting commitment and movement on gender:

Single best way: provide meaningful gender indicators to track ( amenable to aggregation)

“Mainstreaming gender”:

Single best way: influence planning process and definition of desired outcomes

translate and package research for policy use
Translate and package research for policyuse
  • Maki’s point—evidence there, not being well used.
  • Anticipate the gender biases of audiences--decision-makers
  • Co-develop country specific, meaningful analysis with researchers, advocates, community experts to reach:
    • Gender and education experts
    • Male and female power brokers
engaging with gender advocates
Engaging with gender advocates
  • They have been stuck in 1st generation view of education for girls.
  • But they are championing areas that have fundamental relationship with girls education but are doomed to be small scale without integration through education sector:
      • Violence prevention
      • Norms, harmful practices; child marriage
      • Reproductive health and rights
      • Economic empowerment
child marriage reproductive health
Child Marriage; Reproductive Health

UNICEF Executive Board – 2011 Annual Session – Informal Consultation