Gender is the range of characteristics pertaining to, and differentiating between, femininity and masculinity. Depending on the context, these characteristics may include biological sex, sex-based social structures (i.e., gender roles), or gender identity. Most cultures use a gender binary, having two genders (boys/men and girls/women); those who exist outside these groups fall under the umbrella term non-binary or genderqueer. Some societies have specific genders besides "man" and "woman", such as the hijras of South Asia; these are often referred to as third genders (and fourth genders, etc.). Sexologist John Money introduced the terminological distinction between biological sex and gender as …



UN-Habitat: UN Human Settlements Programme · 27 May 2023 English

Requests the Executive Director to submit for the endorsement of the Executive Board of UN-Habitat, during its second session of 2024, the [Global Guidelines] on Biodiverse and Resilient Cities, and …

disabilities, [the advancement of] [to advance] gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls following a [sustainable,] people-centered[, age and gender responsive and integrated approaches to urban] inclusive, regionally balanced manner, striving for gender balance [and leaving no one behind], in order to housing – disaggregated by factors such as geography, gender, age, disability[, race, ethnicity, colour, national people centered, protects the planet and is age and gender responsive and to the realization of all human

EPRS: European Parliamentary Research Service · 26 May 2023 English

The procedures for electing the European Parliament are governed both by European legislation laying down rules common to all Member States and by specific national provisions, which vary from one …

disabilities, and the option to vote by post; — Mandatory gender equality through ‘zipped lists’ or quotas; — The

TEEB: The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity · 26 May 2023 English

TEEB for Agriculture and Food (TEEBAgriFood) In 2014, with the guidance of the TEEB Advisory Board, UNEP launched TEEB for Agriculture and Food (‘TEEBAgriFood’) with the aim of applying TEEB …

including: Zero Hunger, Good Health and Well-Being, Gender Equality, Decent Work and Economic Growth, Responsible

AU: African Union · 26 May 2023 English

To respond effectively on the various outbreaks, the Africa CDC through its division of Public Health Diplomacy and Communication have put in place data-driven communication campaign to share information and …

vitae (CV), and indicating nationality, age and gender. The African Union Commission now invites eligible

Amnesty International · 26 May 2023 English

Reacting to the agreement on a treaty on international legal cooperation in cases of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes following negotiations between states in Slovenia, Law and Policy …

crimes have largely been outlawed; and language on gender was improved. Importantly, the principal duty of

SEI: Stockholm Environment Institute · 26 May 2023 English

This paper explores the extent to which literature has addressed marine-multifunctional-modular-mobile (M4) solutions for the sustainable provision of critical services on islands and along coastlines (including continental nations’ coastlines).Multi-purpose offshore …

Caribbean Americas Exploring the gender data gap Event Water Gender 16 May 2023 16:00 - 17:00 CEST Sweden

GAIA: Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives · 26 May 2023 English

The agreement establishes a series of principles that could inform both the negotiation and the text of the treaty itself - and even national legislation - such as the principle …

the social, economic, cultural, geographical and gender characteristics of the public (Article 7.10). Escazú the social, economic, cultural, geographic and gender characteristics of the public. 13. Each Party shall Rech, S. and Samwel-Mantingh, M. (2017). Plastics, Gender and the Environment: Findings of a literature study disabilities and the right to development, as well as gender equality and intergenerational equity" (based on the pro natura principle. Possible arrangements ● Gender equality and differentiated perspectives: marginalised

ORF: Observer Research Foundation · 26 May 2023 English

The BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) account for almost 42 percent of the world’s population, and contribute to around 24 percent of the global gross domestic …

regional (urban-rural) and social divides (such as gender and race).4,5 While growth has marginally taken growth. Some estimates suggest that addressing gender inequality alone can add US$12 trillion to the socioeconomic indicators such as age, education, and gender. Figure 4 indicates that individuals from higher socioeconomic indicators such as age, education, and gender, Figure 7 indicates clear trends in income distribution socioeconomic indicators such as age, education, and gender, Figure 13 indicates clear trends in income distribution

IMF: International Monetary Fund · 26 May 2023 English

In developing economies, a shift to working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic varies substantially. An increase in teleworking days per week ranges from 0.7 to 17.6 percentage points across …

monitors demographic questions (e.g., age, region, gender, income levels) that were asked at the beginning population weights) Panel A: Age range Panel B: Gender Panel C: Education Panel D: Urban Panel population weights) Panel A: Education Panel B: Gender Panel C: Income bin (1 lowest, 5 highest) situations are shown (Q8a-Q9c). Education and gender characteristics are also based on the ones for 0.06 5.01*** 0.83 (1.13) (1.71) (1.61) Gender (main earner) = Male 0.63 -2.14 -2.19 (1

SEI: Stockholm Environment Institute · 26 May 2023 English

inclusive policymaking on air pollution – in terms of developing evidence-based policies through use of gender disaggregated data collection and analysis and in terms of the impacts of their implementation.To reported on previous research in the region that examines air pollution and health impacts with a gender and intersectional lens, which has been minimal to date.

Applying a data-driven gender lens to air pollution policies in the ASEAN region SEI report and perspectives on governance, the economy, gender and human health. Across our eight centres in ......4 2. Why gender disaggregated data are necessary ...................5 3. Gender disaggregated data gaps on the interaction between air pollution and gender .............................................. ........................................9 5.2. Gender disaggregated data in air pollution health impact

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