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The UN family is working tirelessly with our partners to strengthen legal frameworks and institutions, to improve services for survivors, and to address the root causes of violence by challenging social norms and behaviours and tackling the wider gender inequalities.
“In Kyrgyzstan, as in the rest of the world, chess is mostly male dominated,” says Kyzy. “Monetary awards for women at the Kyrgyz championships are almost half of what men are offered and mostly men participate in these tournaments. The situation is changing for the better now.”
With UN Women in Albania’s valuable support, each year we note more and more key budget preparation actors aware of how important gender-responsive budgeting is. You see this in our Midterm Budgeting Programme, as a growing number of budgeting programmes plan and apply gender policies. There’s also greater interest in implementing gender-sensitive policies. In fact, gender-responsive budgeting is now a regular discussion point around budget negotiating tables.
Now we are at the Balukhali camp, but life here is not easy. My father is old and cannot work. I have to go out to collect the relief items and carry them home. My child cries a lot… there’s not enough food. She asks for fish and meat, but I can’t provide that.
What Colombian women want
The Generation Equality Forum is a civil society-centred, global gathering for gender equality, convened by UN Women and co-hosted by the governments of Mexico and France, kicking off in Mexico City, Mexico (7–8 May 2020) and culminating in Paris, France (7–10 July 2020).
“We need to keep the momentum going and document the good stories and be humble about what we do not know. The Women Count data hub aims to help facilitate this”, said Papa Seck, Global Manager of the Women Count programme.