Gender Data 201 is a free online course we developed with support from Facebook and TechChange (the hosting platform.) The objective of the course is to develop a hands-on online learning experience to equip participants with the basic data skills needed to lead gender-responsive advocacy work, decision-making processes, and/or policy design and implementation.
New Report! Liberia Country Gender Equality Profile (CGEP) Share Data-Pop Alliance (DPA) is pleased to announce the publication of the Country Gender Equality Profile (CGEP) for Liberia. This project and report was commissioned by UN Women Liberia, the African Development Bank, the European Union, and the government of Sweden. Purpose of the CGEP The aim of the CGEP is to examine the state … Read More
‘The Technology We Need’ Becomes an Official Generation Equality Forum Commitment Share Facebook Twitter The Technology We Need seeks to put women at the front of problem-solving at the local level around the world. A cohort of international organizations, of which Data-Pop Alliance is a proud member, is supporting this initiative which this month became an official Generation Equality Forum: … Read More
Convite para o workshop: Políticas Públicas Inteligentes – O Uso de Dados no Enfrentamento da Violência contra as Mulheres Share Facebook Twitter A Data-Pop Alliance e a rede Unidas têm o prazer de extender o convite para o workshop Políticas Públicas Inteligentes: O Uso de Dados no Enfrentamento da Violência contra as Mulheres. Durante este espaço apresentaremos o projeto que … Read More
DISCUSSION PIECE Violence Against Women in Latin America: The Multiple Facets of a Pervasive Issue Photo: Analise Benevides. Edition: Paola Caile. Share Facebook Twitter November 25 marks the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, a date that serves as a global reminder of what it is now refered to as the “shadow pandemic” (UN Women, 2020). But … Read More
LINKS WE LIKE #22 Links We Like: Gender, Violence and Data In Latin America and the Caribbean, women have been commemorating the Elimination of Violence against Women Day ever since 1981, after the assassination of the three Dominican sisters Patricia, Minerva, Maria Teresa Mirabal. Yet, it only became officially recognized and adopted by all UN countries in 1999. Today, on … Read More