Illustrated with pictures and maps, the Atlas of Gender and Development offers readers a distinct perception into the influence of social associations − traditions, social norms and cultural practices − on gender equality in 124 non-OECD countries.
Gender inequality holds again not only ladies however the monetary and social improvement of complete societies. Overcoming discrimination is critical within the struggle opposed to poverty in constructing international locations and for the fulfillment of the Millennium improvement pursuits. Tackling those inequalities isn't really effortless: in lots of nations, discrimination opposed to ladies is deeply rooted in social associations corresponding to the relations and the legislation. those long-lasting codes of behavior, norms, traditions, and casual and formal legislation confirm gender results in schooling, healthiness, political illustration and labour markets.
The Atlas of Gender and Development is an crucial instrument for improvement practitioners, coverage makers, lecturers and the broader public. It offers distinct kingdom notes, maps and images describing the placement of girls in 124 constructing and transition nations utilizing a brand new composite degree of gender inequality - the Social associations and Gender Index (SIGI) - built by way of the OECD improvement Centre.
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