Inclusive Development Rightsbased approach from a gender and

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Inclusive Development: Rightsbased approach from a gender and disability perspective Christine Lundberg & Beatriz

Inclusive Development: Rightsbased approach from a gender and disability perspective Christine Lundberg & Beatriz Alvarez EC DG DEVCO B 1

LEAVE NO ONE BEHIND: Making visible the indivisible by bringing people at the centre

LEAVE NO ONE BEHIND: Making visible the indivisible by bringing people at the centre of our actions Rights-Based Approach Gender Mainstreaming

Both the European Union and all EU Member States are parties to the UN

Both the European Union and all EU Member States are parties to the UN Convention on the rights of persons with disabilities Source: European Dissability Forum 3

The 5 goal Applying a gender and disability Learning perspective to each principle Working

The 5 goal Applying a gender and disability Learning perspective to each principle Working principles of the EU Non. Applying Partici. Transpa. Accoundiscrimiall rights pation rency tability Rightsnation Based Approach A P N T

Approach Decisionmaking • Problems & priorities • Risks & assumptions • Lessons & complementarity

Approach Decisionmaking • Problems & priorities • Risks & assumptions • Lessons & complementarity Planning • Description of action • Implementation • M & E Logical Framework RBA & G-Marker Analysis • Gender/HR analysis • Policy analysis • Stakeholder analysis

GENDER ACTION PLAN II 2016 - 2020 Institutional Culture Shift 1. Physical and Psychological

GENDER ACTION PLAN II 2016 - 2020 Institutional Culture Shift 1. Physical and Psychological Integrity 2. Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and Empowerment 3. Political and civil rights – Voice and Participation “The gender gap is even larger when gender inequality intersects with other forms of exclusion such as disability, age, caste, ethnicity, sexual orientation, geographical remoteness or religion”

Institutional Culture Shift Burden sharing and Leadership Strenghtened coherence and coordination among EU Institutions

Institutional Culture Shift Burden sharing and Leadership Strenghtened coherence and coordination among EU Institutions and EU MS; policy and political dialogues; increased burden sharing Resources and robust evidence Use of gender analysis for project design and formulation has increased by 25% in 2018 (compared to 2017) Results measured Fostering partnerships Progress on the use of sex-disaggregated data remained steady in 2018, although it is a performance criteria that requires attention Gender expertise improved. Engagement with National Gender Equality Machineries and with CSOs 7

GAP II “ 85% G 1+G 2 target” in 2018 • GAP II’s target

GAP II “ 85% G 1+G 2 target” in 2018 • GAP II’s target of 85 % continued to progress… • Neighbourhood and enlargement area +55. 05% (compared to • • 43. 13% in 2017, 46. 01% in 2016) International cooperation and development +68. 35% (compared to 65. 9% in 2017 and 58. 8% in 2016) EU Member States (overall) +50. 51 % in 2018 (compared to 50. 1 % in 2017 and 43. 75 % in 2016) • … BUT THE PACE OF PROGRESSION HAS BEEN SLOWER 8

The Gender. Marker G 0 • Action does not target gender equality G 1

The Gender. Marker G 0 • Action does not target gender equality G 1 • GE is an important & deliberate objective, but not principal reason for undertaking the Action G 2 • GE is the main objective of the Action

Gender. Marker: minimum criteria Gender analysis Findings from this gender analysis informed the project

Gender. Marker: minimum criteria Gender analysis Findings from this gender analysis informed the project Presence of at least one explicit GE objective backed by at least one gender-specific indicator Data & indicators disaggregated by sex (if applicable) Commitment to monitor & report on the GE results achieved by the project in the evaluation phase

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