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Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves - Call for Applications: Women’s Empowerment Fund IV

The Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves is now accepting applications for the fourth annual Women’s Empowerment Fund (WEF), a financing mechanism designed to scale effective business models for…Continue

Started on Monday

Online Consultation for the Youth Forum at CSW61 on Young Women’s Leadership

The Youth Forum is a critical opportunity for young people in all their diversities to openly and strategically discuss the challenges and opportunities for achieving gender equality and sustainable…Continue

Started Feb 20

New resource: SheWorks: Putting Gender-Smart Commitments into Practice at the Workplace

The report—SheWorks: Putting Gender-Smart Commitments into…Continue

Started Feb 9

Gender Policy Adviser - Oxfam GB

Systematic discrimination against women and girls is both a cause and a result of the inequality that drives poverty. It can be exacerbated by class, ethnicity and age, as well as religious and other…Continue

Started Feb 7

 

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Why men matter in closing the caregiving divide

The involvement of men and boys is a prerequisite for shifting social norms around unpaid care work. Jane Kato-Wallace, Senior Program Officer at Promundo-US, highlights the implications for organizations addressing the caregiving divide.The unpaid care work divide represents an enduring aspect of gender inequality where men are expected to be the breadwinners while women are responsible for care and domestic work. One of the reasons is because unpaid care work remains stubbornly undervalued…See More
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Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves - Call for Applications: Women’s Empowerment Fund IV

The Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves is now accepting applications for the fourth annual Women’s Empowerment Fund (WEF), a financing mechanism designed to scale effective business models for empowerment through women’s energy entrepreneurship. The objective of the WEF is to make the business case for gender-informed approaches by demonstrating that there is a positive impact on business performance and social impact outcomes. This includes collecting and analyzing social impact data to…See More
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A Collective Action Agenda for Women's Economic Empowerment at CSIS Headquarters and online

March 28, 2017 from 2pm to 3:30pm
While many U.S. government agencies, non-governmental organizations, and civil society groups focus on women’s empowerment, many lack an actionable agenda with which to improve the lives of women on a large scale. The event will focus on the challenges that women-owned and -operated businesses, factories, and farms face in scaling up, entering multinational supply chains, and supporting the livelihoods of women in developing countries.FEATURINGHenriette KolbHead, Gender Secretariat at the…See More
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Three ways to change the economy to make it work for women

Women's economic empowerment is an issue that is gaining an increased amount of attention, yet it still seems to be an increasingly distant goal. Here Francesca Rhodes looks at three key changes needed to address a broken system.Around the world, women are disadvantaged compared to men across virtually every economic measure and are more likely to live in poverty. On average they are less likely to be in paid work, and when they are, earn less in more insecure roles. The implications are huge -…See More
Mar 2
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MECIS/MENA Economic Justice Learning Event at De Verre Oxford Thames

March 13, 2017 at 9am to March 15, 2017 at 5pm
The fourth MECIS/MENA economic justice annual F2F learning event will be organised in Oxford on 13th -15th March.   The event will focus on resilience building, influencing and strengthening livelihood systems for women and youth especially in contexts of fragility and protracted crisis. For further information please contact Shekhar Anand sanand@oxfam.org.ukAgenda…See More
Mar 2
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Women's Economic Empowerment in Asia

As part of UN's efforts to ensure that the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development moves from the pages of UN documents into the lives of women, the UN High ...
Mar 2
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Mar 1
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Oxfam’s engagement at the Commission on the Status of Women

The Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) is the global policy making body concerning women’s rights and gender equality issues. Francesca Rhodes and Vincent Trousseau explore how and why it represents a unique opportunity to influence governments to take bold action.What the Commission is   and what it means to OxfamWomen’s Economic Empowerment (WEE) is an integral part of Oxfam’s work and is…See More
Feb 27
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Feb 24
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Beyond Production: Innovation and Opportunity for Women's Economic Empowerment in Agricultural Market Systems at Online

January 25, 2017 from 2:30pm to 3:30pm
Women living in poverty occupy a large and growing role in agricultural production in developing countries, leading many development practitioners to focus interventions targeting women on production-related activities where scale can more easily be achieved. However, with the spread of the market systems development approach, practitioners are identifying innovative ways to address market constraints and catalyze women’s economic empowerment through new entry points. Examples include…See More
Feb 24
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Creating an economy that works for women

Ahead of the 61st Commission on the Status of Women (CSW), we joined with the Gender and Development Network to explore what needs to change to make the econ...
Feb 22
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Webinar: creating an economy that works for women at Online

February 21, 2017 from 2pm to 3pm
Women continue to face economic disadvantage – whether through low wages, insecure and unsafe jobs, unequal access to social protection or a heavy unpaid care and domestic workload. Attempts to promote women’s economic empowerment are taking place in the context of significant changes in the world of work – including the emergence of the gig economy, the increased spread of technology, and a rise in informal work. Progress is further limited by economic policies which reinforce the…See More
Feb 22
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Measuring Gender-Transformative Change: A Review of Literature and Promising Practices at Webinar

February 16, 2017 from 2pm to 7pm
Gender transformative approaches represent a move beyond “business as usual” gender integration in programming towards the creation of an enabling social environment and more equitable formal and informal institutions that expand life choices for women and men. At the heart of their work, WorldFish (in particular, through its Aquatic Agricultural Systems cross-cutting research program) and CARE USA (through its global Pathways to Empowerment agriculture program) strive to apply gender…See More
Feb 20

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DIgital Communications Lead- Knowledge Hub on Women's Economic Empowerment in Agriculture
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Why men matter in closing the caregiving divide

The involvement of men and boys is a prerequisite for shifting social norms around unpaid care work. Jane Kato-Wallace, Senior Program Officer at Promundo-US, highlights the implications for organizations addressing the caregiving divide.

The unpaid care work divide represents an enduring aspect of gender inequality where men are expected to be the breadwinners while women are responsible for care and domestic work. One of the reasons is because…

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Posted on March 21, 2017 at 9:00

Les lauréats du prix 2017 du leadership en matière d'autonomisation économique des femmes

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Aujourd'hui, Winnie Byanyima, directrice générale d'Oxfam International, a annoncé les noms des cinq lauréat·e·s du prix 2017 du leadership en matière d'autonomisation économique des femmes d'Oxfam, organisé par le centre de…

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Posted on March 8, 2017 at 1:00

Winners of the WEE Leadership Awards 2017 Announced!

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Today, Winnie Byanyima, Oxfam International Executive Director, has announced the five winners of the WEE Leadership Awards 2017 organised by Oxfam’s Knowledge Hub on Women’s…

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Posted on March 8, 2017 at 1:00

Ganadoras-es de los premios de 2017 de liderazgo en el ámbito del empoderamiento económico de las mujeres

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Winnie Byanyima, directora ejecutiva de Oxfam Internacional, ha anunciado hoy a las-os cinco ganadoras-es de los premios de 2017 de liderazgo en el ámbito del empoderamiento económico de las mujeres que otorga el Centro de…

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Posted on March 8, 2017 at 1:00

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