Budgeting to End Gender Inequalities in the Education Sector


Lo, Fatou Aminata, and Nisreen Alami. 2011. Budgeting to End Gender Inequalities in the Education Sector. New York: UN Women, National Planning and Budgeting Cluster.

Authors: Fatou Aminata Lo, Nisreen Alami


This paper prepared by Fatou Lo and Nisreen Alami explains how gender responsive budgeting tools can help address persistent gender inequalities in the education sector. Drawing on country experiences and a broad analysis of education sector financing, it argues that there are ways in which to sustain and further efforts to respond to gender disparities in eductation sector even in the current economic and financial climate.

Topics: Education, Gender, Gender Budgeting, Gendered Power Relations, Gender Equality/Inequality

Year: 2011

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