Gender

Achieving every Sustainable Development Goal depends on improving the lives of women, girls, men, and boys equally. But achieving gender equality demands urgent action to end harmful practices and violence against women and girls, and to overcome the social, political, educational, and health barriers that deny them equal rights and opportunities. 

UNU’s commitment to gender equality permeates everything we do. Our core gender research focuses on generating knowledge to support development policies that eliminate barriers for women and girls in health, education, employment, and resource access. Our work is giving voice to the unique experiences of women and girls, exposing their neglected rights, and empowering them to be leaders in emerging fields such as science and technology.

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Event

SDGs Café — Creating an Inclusive Workplace Environment from Kanazawa

This event aims to deepen understanding and provide insights into the workplace experiences of the LGBTQ+ community.

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News

Catalysing Change: UNU-FLORES’ Weisswasser Office Plays Valuable Role in Global Energy Transition

The core issues surrounding the coal phase-out across most regions worldwide

03 Nov 2023

Seminar

The Motherhood Effect on Women's Labour Trajectories: Preliminary Results

On 15 November 2023, the UNU-WIDER Seminar Series will host a presentation by Gabriela Zapata Román.

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Dr. Rachel Gisselquist

BIG IDEAS Series

Addressing Group-based Inequality: A Range of Measures

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Event

SDGs Café — Creating an Inclusive Workplace Environment from Kanazawa

Part of Kanazawa Rainbow Pride Week, this event will discuss issues facing the LGBTQ+ community in the workplace.

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Event

Towards Gender-Responsive Migration Governance

On 6 September UNU-CPR organized a migration policy roundtable to discuss gender-responsive migration governance.

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