Around November each year, IAPB surveys its members using a specially adapted version of the Global Health 50/50 survey. If you are an organisation that is new to integrating gender equity internally (either programmatically or organisationally or both) as a starting point, you might like to do this survey for your organisation yourself. It will identify strengths and gaps and will let you know where a good place to start could be.
Gender, Inclusion, Power and Politics (GIPP) Analysis Toolkit
SDDirect, Christian Aid and the Evidence and Collaboration for Inclusive Development (ECID) programme launched their Gender, Inclusion, Power and Politics (GIPP) Analysis Toolkit which aims to embed gender equality, inclusion and power analysis into the locally-driven political economy analysis.
As a programming tool, it can help the development of a detailed picture of the root causes of problems, the roles of different stakeholders, and the processes to achieve positive change.
With thanks to The Bill and Melinda Gates Gender Equality Toolbox, the Gender Equality Lexicon includes a concise set of clearly defined gender concepts. Such definitions support sector specialists who are integrating gender in their work and gender specialists who are supporting capacity building and managing investments for gender equality.
UN Women resources
UN Women offer several free online courses to support gender training and capacity development issues.
Disability Inclusive Rapid Gender Analysis
A Rapid Gender Analysis (RGA) provides information about the different needs, capacities and coping strategies of women, men, girls and boys in a crisis situation. Results of a Rapid Gender Analysis are available quickly and are used to design the humanitarian response planning.
In crisis situations, eye health programmes are also affected, so the RGA can applied through an eye health lens.
Language creates a mindset, which fosters a culture. Using gender-inclusive language does not mean that individuals are ‘de-gendered’.
The aim of the UN Compact Gender-Inclusive Language Toolkit is to ensure that no individual, irrespective of gender orientation and identity, feels excluded by words that are gender-specific or terms and phrases that are socio-culturally associated with a specific gender.