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Date(s) - 30/11/2023


Date: 30th November 2023
Time: 15:30 CET
Duration: 90 minutes
Recording: By attending the workshop you give your consent for the recording.
Delivery: The workshop is via Zoom and will be participatory.
Facilitators: Thera Van Osch and Ann-Murray Brown
Cost: 49.99 EUR

Have you ever wondered about:
 Differences between a gender analysis and a gender audit
 The nuances between ‘gender sensitive’ and ‘gender responsive’
 How to make your Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) activities more gender-sensitive and responsive
 Indicators that go beyond ‘number of men and women’ and are truly gender transformative

If yes, then the webinar on “Gender-Responsive and Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) systems” is for you. This dynamic workshop is designed to equip participants with the essential knowledge and practical skills to conduct M&E activities through a gender-sensitive lens.

Overview of curriculum:
Back to Basics: Introduction to Gender Concepts and Theories
• Definitions of concepts (gender roles, gender norms, gender audit, gender analysis etc.)
• Exploring intersectionality and how different identities (e.g., race, ethnicity, class) intersect with gender.

Gender Mainstreaming:
• Overview of the different frameworks for assessing gender such as Gender Analysis Matrix to understand the gender dimensions of a programme.
• Analysis of budgets to assess how they impact different genders. This includes examining revenue, expenditure, and allocation of resources.

Gender-sensitive Indicators and M&E:
• Identifying indicators that capture changes in gender dynamics, women’s empowerment, and gender equality.
• Importance of gender-disaggregated data is collected and analyzed.
• Methods for collecting sensitive gender-related information.

Target Audience:
Individuals and organizations committed to advancing gender equality and social inclusion will find immense value in this workshop. Whether you’re involved in civil society, government agencies, academia, or private sector initiatives, this workshop offers crucial insights and practical skills to ensure Monitoring and Evaluations (M&E) are conducted through a gender-sensitive lens. You don’t need formal training as a M&E practitioner to be part of this workshop.