2017-09 SDC Gender Learning Day

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    Reporting of the SDC Gender Learning Day 2017. The event gathered SDC’s Gendernet members and gender experts as well as gender responsible focal persons from Swiss NGO’s and SDC partners. The objective was to exchange and share learning.


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    This guidance note is based on a capitalisation of SDC experiences in addressing Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV), which is documented in a longer report. Here the key lessons learned are highlighted. together with brief recommendations regarding the assessment of the risk of SGBV when planning and implementing other types of interventions.

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    There is  no  one  single solution to address  the unequal distribution  of unpaid care worwithin society  and  between  women  and  men.  Different  mixes of public and private responses may be proposed  depending  on  contextual  factors  including  questions  of  economic  development,  politics  and  culture.  These  may  also  need  to  be  adapted  over  time,  in  response  to  changes  related  to  livelihood  strategies, climate change, migration patterns, etc.

     


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    Reporting of the SDC Gender Learning Day 2017. The event gathered SDC’s Gendernet members and gender experts as well as gender responsible focal persons from Swiss NGO’s and SDC partners. The objective was to exchange and share learning.


     
    SDC [1.1 MB]

    This guidance note is based on a capitalisation of SDC experiences in addressing Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV), which is documented in a longer report. Here the key lessons learned are highlighted. together with brief recommendations regarding the assessment of the risk of SGBV when planning and implementing other types of interventions.

     
    SDC, Helvetas [4.3 MB]

     

    There is  no  one  single solution to address  the unequal distribution  of unpaid care worwithin society  and  between  women  and  men.  Different  mixes of public and private responses may be proposed  depending  on  contextual  factors  including  questions  of  economic  development,  politics  and  culture.  These  may  also  need  to  be  adapted  over  time,  in  response  to  changes  related  to  livelihood  strategies, climate change, migration patterns, etc.

     


     

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    2017_Gender Learning Day_21 September_Final.pdfSDC
      
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    2017-Unpaid Care Work_Practical Analysis.PDFSDC, Helvetas
      
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    SDC Gender Guidance Sheet - Addressing SGBV 2017.pdfSDC
      
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    Gender Learning Day.pptx
      
    Iamaneh_GBV_SDC GenderLearningDay_2017.pptSDC
      
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    UCW-HELVETAS Nepal-Experience_Final version.pptx
      
    SDC_Gendernet_Gender_LearningDay_Sep2017_Report_FinalReport.pdfSDC
      
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    ICFG_How_measure_change_Gender_Learning_Day_170921.pptx