Addressing Gender Data Gaps by Identifying the Questions that Matter: We need your vote!

Alexandra Shaw
Jun 30 · 3 min read
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Question #1: How can economic systems account for women’s disproportionate participation in unpaid, domestic care work?

Question #2: What enables and predicts decision-making that meaningfully promotes gender equality laws and policies?

Question #3: How does climate change impact women and girls and exacerbate underlying vulnerabilities?

Question #4: What is the rate of sexual and gender-based violence and what are the most effective interventions to prevent and respond to violence?

Question #5: How can governments and institutions better understand factors contributing to the disparate rates of poverty between men and women, and assess strategies for mitigating them, such as increasing access to capital?

Question #6: What are the gender gaps in ICT access and skills in developed and developing countries and how do these gaps impact women’s economic and social empowerment?

Question #7: How can we measure the prevalence and consequences of harassment during transportation and while working?

Question #8: What impact does diversity, increased representation of women and their influence on decision making bodies have on policy outcomes?

Questions #9: What are the impacts of shifting gender norms on women’s and men’s perceptions, livelihoods, and ability to work?

Question #10: What gender identity stereotypes are introduced to children in early-age education and how?

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