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  • 31-May-2010

    English

    Gender events

    Past events (gender)

  • 27-April-2010

    English, , 440kb

  • 12-March-2010

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    Atlas of Gender and Development: How Social Norms Affect Gender Equality in non-OECD Countries

    The "Atlas of Gender and Development: How Social Norms Affect Gender Equality in Non-OECD Countries" was launched during the International Workshop "Gender Equality and Progress of Societies" on 12 March 2010.

  • 5-March-2010

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    WikiGender

    Wikigender is an interactive and community-run project initiated by the OECD Development Centre to facilitate the exchange and improve the knowledge on gender equality-related issues around the world.

  • 5-March-2010

    English

    Genderindex

    The Social Institutions and Gender Index (SIGI) is a new composite measure of gender equality, based on the OECD Development Centre’s Gender, Institutions and Development Database. Launched in March 2009, it complements and improves existing measures in several ways.

  • 24-February-2010

    English, , 412kb

    Background Note - 12th March 2010 event

    Background Note - OECD Development Centre-UNESCO 12th March 2010 event

  • 24-February-2010

    English, , 653kb

    Agenda_12th March 2010 event

    Agenda for the joint UNESCO-OECD Development Centre event on 12th March 2010

  • 19-February-2010

    English

    International Workshop: Gender Equality and Progress in Societies

    Joint UNESCO-OECD Development Centre International Workshop on "Gender Equality and Progress in Societies"

  • 19-February-2010

    English, , 318kb

  • 1-February-2010

    English, , 1,647kb

    DEV Working Paper No. 287: Why do so many women end up in bad jobs? A cross-country assessment

    There is an increasing concern in the development community about the increase in the ‘feminisation of bad jobs’ of many developing countries. Indeed, recent analysis shows a growing proportion of women are in jobs with poor working conditions and low pay. But what is driving this phenomenon?

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