Gender equality and development

Women in society

 

The practice notes in this section address various social and societal issues which tend to affect women and men differently because of the different roles, responsibilities, opportunities, resources and needs of men and women. The differences apply to all levels of society, often resulting in social and economic inequalities. This can take the shape, for example, of unequal access to education and health care, and women being more vulnerable to HIV/AIDs than men.

 

Education: gender equality (CIDA, 2010), pdf, 772 Kb

Gender and Islam: women's rights and Islam (GTZ, 2009), pdf

Impact Monitoring: Egypt - An Example of a Participatory Impact Monitoring (GTZ, 2009), pdf

Education (AusAID, 1997), pdf, 420 Kb

Gender and Training (SDC, 2005), pdf, 1010 Kb

Culture, Gender Equality and Development Co-operation (CIDA, 2000), pdf, 518 Kb

Gender in Household and Community Analysis (SDC, 2003), pdf, 269 Kb

Gender and HIV/AIDS (CIDA, 2003), pdf, 83 Kb

Gender and Sport (SDC, 2005), pdf, 1045 Kb

 

 

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