Learn about integrating gender-responsive approaches throughout the different stages of the NAP process. In addition, the toolkit provides detailed guidance on steps practitioners can take to integrate gender into the enabling activities that occur throughout the process, for example, in the engagement of stakeholders and capacity development.
Explore the inter-agency minimum standards for gender-based violence (GBV) in emergencies programming, which define what agencies working on specialised GBV programming need to achieve to prevent and respond to GBV and deliver multi-sectoral services. The minimum standards are in English, French and Spanish and accompanied by a facilitators guide, PowerPoint presentation, posters and a contextualisation tool.
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.
Find out more on how to ensure indicators are gender-responsive for NDC project implementation, including identifying what additional information is required to make indicators gender-responsive, and devising gender-responsive indicators for different sectors.
Learn how to assess vulnerabilities and gender inequalities, before, during and after a disaster, and how to identify whether institutions and politics are gender responsive. [Note this guide is in French]
Explore six modules prepared by UN Women to help the Government of Bangladesh adopt gender-responsive policy measures to reduce the vulnerability of women affected by climate change and build more resilient livelihood options: