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Published in 2017
Source: United Nations Population Fund
This report analyses the current situation of older persons and reviews progress in policies and actions taken by governments and other stakeholders since the Second World Assembly on Ageing in implementing the Madrid International Plan of Action on Ageing. It identifies gaps and provides recommendations for the way forward to ensure a society for all […]
Source: Women In International Security
There has been greater call for women to be integrated into roles involving the prevention and countering of violent extremism, but the path towards making this change is not as clear and straightforward as the idea. This brief discusses the problems and solutions associated with increasing women’s involvement and influence in opposing terrorism.
Source: International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies
The IFRC Strategic Framework on Gender and Diversity Issues offers strategic guidance to Red Cross and Red Crescent National Societies and the IFRC Secretariat on how to work towards meeting the needs and basic rights and build on the capacities and resilience of people of all ages, without any gender discrimination and with respect for […]
Source: UN Women
UN Women has identified four priority outcomes to mobilize maximum resources for gender equality from all sources and at all levels: create political awareness and consensus to increase allocations to and implement national gender equality commitments; promote gender-responsive fiscal laws, policies and national action plans that prioritize both revenue and budgetary allocations for gender equality; […]
Women not only live longer than men but are also less likely to enjoy income security and economic independence in old age. This brief takes a closer look at the features of pension system design and shows how pension systems can be transformed to reduce gender gaps and protect women’s income security in old age.
Source: World Urban Campaign
How we plan, build, and manage our cities today will determine the outcome of our efforts to achieve a sustainable and harmonious development tomorrow. Well-planned cities allow all residents the opportunity to have safe, healthy, and productive lives. Well-designed cities present nations with major opportunities to promote social inclusion, resilience, and prosperity.
Source: HelpAge International
What makes shared urban spaces and streets, beyond accessibility measures, truly inclusive and liveable, encouraging people to go outside and interact, with the community and each other? And how do existing physical, social and economic structures need to change to achieve this goal? What is the relationship between our health in older age (and the […]
Source: Ministry of Health, New Zealand
This How to aims to provide guidance on how to select timely, appropriate and cost-effective outcome measures for public health programmes. Throughout this How to, there are checklists and examples, alongside information about some issues that are likely to arise from adopting a more rigorous outcomes-focused framework. This guide also outlines the types of data […]
Source: Independent Evaluation Group, Development Assistance Committee
The purpose of the indicative principles and standards contained in this Sourcebook is to improve the independence and quality of program-level evaluations of GRPPs in order to enhance the relevance and effectiveness of the programs. It is also hoped that these principles and standards will heighten awareness and help advocate for improved evaluation of GRPPs among […]
Source: World Health Organization
This report presents an overview of RHR’s work over the biennium 2004–2005. It is a consolidated report covering both the Department’s research activities and its technical support initiatives.