Intégration de la dimension de genre

3rd session of the Working Party on Gender Mainstreaming and Governance


Wednesday, 10 and Thursday, 11 March 2021 at 1-5pm CET

Annotated Agenda (pdf) - coming soon


The Working Party on Gender Mainstreaming and Governance (GMG) has been created by the OECD Public Governance Committee. It formalises the former OECD Roundtable on Better Governance for Gender Equality.

GMG is the decision-making body within the OECD that brings together senior officials from gender equality institutions across OECD member and partner countries. It aims to strengthen the capacity of governments at large and gender institutions, in particular, to design and deliver effective strategies for closing gender gaps, building on the OECD analysis, data, recommendations, policy tools and implementation support. GMG serves as a collaborative forum to find common solutions to close the gender implementation gap through innovative measures and understanding what works. It also provides a platform for ongoing cooperation and discussion for implementing gender policies through government tools, building on the governance and implementation expertise of the OECD Public Governance Committee.


Meeting opened by Chair of of the Working Party on Gender Mainstreaming and Governance

Session 2: Gender Mainstreaming in COVID-19 Recovery: Using Government Tools to Support Gender Equality Outcomes   

This session will consider how governments can further leverage regulations, budgeting, and public procurement to help ensure that policies and structural adjustments benefit both men and women, as well as address gender inequality.

Session 3: Leaving No One Behind During Recovery: Capturing the Needs of Men, Women and Gender Diverse People

This session will explore these practices and reflect on the opportunities, challenges and lessons learned in developing systematic approaches to better account for the needs of diverse groups of men and women. 

Session 4: Three Parallel Breakout Sessions 

  • Item 4.a. Gender-Sensitive Policy Making for Green Recovery: Government Tools and Communication Strategies
  • Item 4.b. Future-Ready Civil Service: What is in Store for Gender Equality? 
  • Item 4.c. The Role of Gender Equality in Decision-Making in Rebuilding Public Trust and Democracy

Item 5. Concluding Session for Day 1 


Item 6.  Gender Equality for a Strong, Resilient, Inclusive and Sustainable Recovery

On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the OECD Gender Initiative, the session will present updates on the Organisation’s strategic vision for the advancement of gender equality in the aftermath of the COVID-19 crisis, as well as provide updates on key gender mainstreaming activities across the OECD committees.

Item 7. Recovering from the ‘Shadow Pandemic’: Ending Gender-Based Violence 

The session will provide an opportunity for delegates to share any comments on the framework and discuss the process of declassifying it. Furthermore, the Secretariat will present proposed next steps in developing this workstream, including a data collection approach to generate cross-country evidence and identify good practices. 

Item 8. Council Monitoring of the OECD Gender Recommendations in 2022 and GMG workplan for 2021-22I

The delegates are invited to discuss the proposed process, milestones and timeline for the monitoring exercise. Which aspects of the Recommendations should be assessed in a more in-depth manner? 

Item 9.  Other GMG Business & Closing


  • coming soon


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