F2F Topic: Gender-responsive and socially inclusive budgeting
This guidance sheet targets SDC staff and outlines key issues, analytical framework and good practices for mainstreaming socially inclusive and gender responsive budgeting (SIB/GRB) into the design of SDC’s programmes and project interventions.
This paper focuses on: A. Conceptual framing of socially exclusive and gender responsive budgeting; B. Donor and development partner experiences on SIB/GRB; C. Programming framework for SIB/GRB in local governance.
Topic: Gender-responsive and socially inclusive budgeting, f2f Day 2, 15 May 2018
The working paper contains four main sections: 1) Public Finance Management approaches at local and national level. Section 2) Obstacles and required enabling framework conditions 3) Project examples and lessons learned 4) Human rights-based programming framework for SIB/GRB.
The objective of the case study was to explore what works in effectively integrating gender responsive budgeting practices within the local governance process, particularly on the expenditure side of public finance management.
SUMMARY OF BANGLADESH CASE STUDY: SHARIQUE The Bangladesh case study focuses on the Sharique programme that works to incorporate participatory and gender responsive budgeting within the local government.
The case study is presented in 5 parts: A. It provides a general overview of the contextof decentralized governance, gender and social equity in Kyrgyzstan; 2. the case study outlinesthe theory of change; 3. and implementation approaches of the VAP and PSI projects; 4. Selection of stories of change, achievements; 5. and lessons learned on how to further strengthen socially inclusive and gender responsive budgeting in Kyrgyzstan.
he case studyis based on two interconnected SDC funded projects leadrespectively by DPI (Development Policy Institute) and HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation Kyrgyzstan: A. Voice and Accountability Citizens’ Participation and Oversight of Budgeting Processes (VAP); B. Public Service Improvement (PSI).
Thispaper looks at the current literature and practice of gender-responsive and socially inclusive budgeting, with emphasis on local levels of government, expenditure-side budgeting, and SDC priority countries. The specific axes of exclusion examined are: gender, disability, caste, ethnicity, and age (children and elderly people).
Synthesis report on findings from SDC funded projects.
This brief discusses gender dimensionsof both the design and implementation of fiscal policies with the aim ofidentifyingapproaches that are likely to advance equality between different groups of women and men. It examines how public money can becollected and used in more gender equitable ways.
12 - 15 March 2018, Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Gender Network documents related to the learning journey collaboration between the two networks.
The DDLGN F2F 2019 in Kiev dedicated a peer to peer exchange on the subject.