International Gender Politics

Gender relations are defined and re-defined by constantly changing economic, social and political processes. International gender politics need to reflect the interdependence of state, economy and society. The intersection between gender, social, and cultural diversity must be considered in the drafting and implementation of emancipatory legislation.

Knowledge Box

  • The 2012 World Development Report on Gender Equality and Development by the Worldbank finds that women's lives around the world have improved dramatically, but gaps remain in many areas. The authors use a conceptual framework to examine progress to date, and then recommend policy actions. more»
  • UN Women Training Centre - 

    this online community and platform aims to support the informed discussion and reflection on the current trends of training and capacity development for gender equality, the collection and dissemination of good practices and the identification of institutions, opportunities and resources for training for gender equality at the global level. more»

Events

09
July
Discussion Thursday, 09. July 2020

Who’s Responsible for Your Data Security? Women, Cybersecurity & Remote Work

"Women Take on the Digital Divide" – A Six-Part Public Event Series - Part 3