This optional module, GENDER EQUALITY AND AID EFFECTIVENESS1, aims to provide a gender equality dimension to the progress being tracked by the 2011 Survey on monitoring the Paris Declaration. It supplements the core 2011 Survey, which monitors progress against the 12 indicators agreed in the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness (2005).
This optional module provides an opportunity for countries participating in the 2011 Survey on Monitoring the Paris Declaration to engage in more detailed discussions around the theme of inclusive ownership, and to provide more detailed data on these issues as part of efforts to monitor the implementation of the Paris Declaration and Accra Agenda for Action commitments on ownership. It supplements the core 2011 Survey on Monitoring the Paris Declaration, which monitors progress against the 12 indicators agreed in the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness (2005).
This publication is based on a project commissioned by the OECD-DAC Network on Governance (GOVNET) which explored the possible synergies between human rights and the aid effectiveness agenda set out in the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness (PD). The views expressed are those of the authors.The overall purpose of the project was to contribute to developing a human rights perspective on aid effectiveness, with the objective of progressively contributing to: the effective implementation of the PD; the continuing evolution of aid effectiveness thinking; and OECD-DAC future strategies and policies in these two fields.
Contribution to the Ghana High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness and the Accra Agenda for Action
Declaration by the representatives of Government, bilateral and multilateral organizations, civil society participating in the Almaty High Level Forum on Gender Equality and rights-based Development Planning and Budgeting in the Commonwealth of Independent States.
This documents discussess the need for a fundamental change in development, some key critiques of the aid effectiveness process, development cooperation and effectiveness as rights-based concepts, the participation of civil society thereto and possible building blocks for a new framework for development.
The aim of this paper is to analyse the EC’s commitments and implementation mechanisms to enhance gender equality through its new aid modalities in the framework of the Paris Declaration principles on aid effectiveness and in the framework of the EU’s policies on promoting gender equality in developing countries. On the basis of the findings it will identify processes, mechanisms and entry points which gender equality advocates can use for the promotion of gender equality concerns and issues in particular in relation to the new aid modalities.
A Gender Analysis of the European Union Developmental Aid for Ukraine
The proposed research paper continues monitoring of women's economic, social and political situation in Ukraine, gender analysis of current EU development programs, gender perspective in planned EU Development Policy and the Financial Perspective 2007 – 2013, gives recommendations to EU Commissions, Parliament and EU Member States on inclusion of a gender perspective in development policies of the EU.
This article is a revised version of " Financiación para el desarrollo, género y derechos de las mujeres", in:Mujeres, Globalización y derechos Humanos, Virginia Maquieira, (ed.) publicado por Ediciones Cátedra,Madrid, 2009
Today, there is growing recognition of the need to foster high-quality economic growth that is equitable and sustainable. Many countries are promoting more inclusive financial sectors, and per capita social expenditures are increasing. International agreements, including theMillennium Declaration and the Monterrey Consensus, have endorsed financing policies that move beyond narrow definitions of income growth to embrace the more comprehensive goal of human development, that is, expanding people's choices to improve their lives.
Given that gender would seem to be an important feature of state fragility/capacity, and given OECD governments’ commitments to gender equality - one would think that gender would be a strong thread running through donor thinking in this domain.iii To what extent is this so? What opportunities exist to enhance the systematic integration of GE in donors’ thinking on state fragility? These are the main questions addressed in this paper.
— Stephen Baranyi and Kristiana Powell - The North-South Institute
Key Messages and Priority Actions - Indicators - Case Studies
In a series of publications, the EC/UN Partners call upon development partners to invest in practical actions for promoting gender equality, including support to gender equality advocates’ participation in policy dialogue on national development planning and aid delivery; capacity building of government institutions on gender-responsive programming and budgeting; the use of gender-sensitive development indicators to monitor results of development assistance; the collection and use of data disaggregated by sex, age and urban/rural location; and the establishment of accountability mechanisms to monitor and track investments and results on gender equality.
— EC/UN Partnership on Gender Equality for Development and Peace
UNIFEM collaborated with the Government of Burundi to convene a regional consultation on Aid Effectiveness and Gender Equality in Africa in July 2006 in Bujumbura, Burundi with participants from government, NGOs, regionalbodies, donors and UN agencies. This report reflects country-level experiences shared at the Burundi consultation on the gender equality opportunities and challenges arising from aid reform processes. Cases from Zambia, Kenya, Senegal, Ghana and Burundi are explored in the report.
This handbook is designed for use by those responsible for the implementation of gender budgeting. Gender budgeting, as defined by the Council of Europe, is gender mainstreaming in the budgetary processes.