How To Do a Gender-Sensitive Budget Analysis: Contemporary Research and Practice

Citation:

Budlender, Debbie, Rhonda Sharp, and Kerri Allen. 1998. How To Do a Gender-Sensitive Budget Analysis: Contemporary Research and Practice. London, UK: Commonwealth Secretariat.

Authors: Debbie Budlender, Rhonda Sharp, Kerri Allen

Abstract:

This document is a training manual that details the practical steps involved in implementing gender-sensitive budget analysis. The manual offers tools and methods that may be used in gender-sensitive budget analysis and offers a range of applications using various country case examples. (Abstract from UN Women).

Topics: Gender, Gender Analysis, Gender Budgeting

Year: 1998

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