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World water vision : results of the gender mainstreaming project : a way forward

In order to ensure a balanced participation of men and women in the World Water Vision exercise as well as the incorporation of gender issues in the process, the World Water Vision Unit launched a special project on mainstreaming gender in the development of the Vision. The main objectives were: i. the integration of a gender perspective in the design and implementation of the World Water Vision and its implementation plan a 'Framework for Action', prepared by the Global Water Partnership; ii. the enabling of men and women to express their opinions, by participating in the regional, sectoral and networking Vision consultations and discussing gender; and iii. putting gender issues on the international agenda in the 21st century. This document is a synthesis of the Gender Mainstreaming results.

TitleWorld water vision : results of the gender mainstreaming project : a way forward
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication2000
AuthorsInternational Water Management Institute -Battaramulla, LK, IWMI, IUCN -Gland, CH, International Union for Conservation of Nature, Global Water Partnership - Stockholm, SE, GWP, Amsterdam, NLBoth ENDS, IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre, The Hague, NL, Marseille, FRWorld Wate, UNIFEM -New York, NY, US, International Information Centre and Archives for the Women's Movement -Amsterdam, NL, Internationaal Informatiecentrum en Archief voor de Vrouwenbeweging -IIAV
EditionDraft
Pagination66 p. : boxes, 2 tab.
Date Published2000-03-01
PublisherWorld Water Council
Place PublishedMarseille, France
Keywordsgender, international level, policies, recommendations, sdigen, sdipol, water resources management
Abstract

In order to ensure a balanced participation of men and women in the World Water Vision exercise as well as the incorporation of gender issues in the process, the World Water Vision Unit launched a special project on mainstreaming gender in the development of the Vision. The main objectives were: i. the integration of a gender perspective in the design and implementation of the World Water Vision and its implementation plan a 'Framework for Action', prepared by the Global Water Partnership; ii. the enabling of men and women to express their opinions, by participating in the regional, sectoral and networking Vision consultations and discussing gender; and iii. putting gender issues on the international agenda in the 21st century. This document is a synthesis of the Gender Mainstreaming results.

NotesIncludes annex listing main contributors to the gender mainstreaming project. - Includes references
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