Explore this employment policy tool, which offers analytical frameworks and data suggestions to enable assessment of the gender differentiated employment effects of the COVID-19 crisis at the country level. It also identifies policy options to promote gender-responsive national employment strategies. The tool also considers interactions between the paid and the unpaid economy and is organised in several steps.

The UN Women Training Centre’s Glossary is an online tool that provides concepts and definitions with gender perspective structured according to the thematic areas of UN Women. It includes gender concepts as well as international conferences, agendas, initiatives and partnerships related to gender equality.

The glossary is also available in Spanish and in French.

Explore the guidelines and protocol developed by UN Women Bangladesh and the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics, which provide the basis for governments agencies responsive for collecting and compiling data and information on climate change, to disaggregate information by sex, age, and disability.
Learn more about strengthening the role of CSOs (especially those working on gender and women’s rights) and building understanding of the importance of mainstreaming gender into climate policies, programmes, and budgets at the regional, national, and local level.
Explore this guidance on how to integrate gender into programmes and projects - the first gender toolkit prepared by the National Disaster Risk Management Fund (Pakistan).
Find out more on improving the integration of gender issues in renewable energy policies, plans and strategies by exploring practical ways to step up commitments in renewable energy policy in an inclusive and gender responsive way.

Explore this practical step-by-step guidance on how to achieve a gender-smart Climate and Disaster Risk Finance and Insurance (CDRFI) programme through effective planning for monitoring and evaluation for each stage (design, implementation, impact) of the programme cycle.

Discover indicators that can be used to identify how gender, age and disability should be considered in strategies and policies. After testing for local relevance, country practitioners in Asia and the Pacific could use these indicators as part of efforts to monitor and report on gender, climate change, and disasters in a coordinated and cohesive way.

Learn about the history of the negotiations on gender equality under the UNFCCC; the key decisions that have already been adopted; and review a brief analysis of the outstanding issues from a developing country perspective.

Review the tools and mechanisms used by several countries to produce evidence to inform gender-responsive policies and catalyse actions to leave no one behind. The selected countries are linked to UN Women’s global gender data programme, Women Count.