Workshop on Gender Statistics for SDG Indicators

12-16 November 2018, Chiba, Japan


• Promote the integration of a gender perspective into national statistical systems with the aim of improving the availability and quality of gender statistics;
• Introduce the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Indicators and provide advice on how national statisticians can collect data for and compile “gender” relevant SDGs indicators, within specific regional and national contexts;
• Present selected training modules developed on the basis of UN Manuals and Guidelines, included on measuring time use and assets ownership from a gender perspective; and strengthen the capacity of national statisticians to apply international concepts and methods;
• Exchange and share good practices and lessons learned on gender statistic among national statistical offices
Concept Note
Workshop Agenda
Session 1: WHY do we need gender data:  

Review of the SDG Framework from a gender perspective


Integrating a gender perspective into statistics

Session 2: Filling data gaps on selected areas of gender concerns (Measuring time use) pdf
Session 3: Filling data gaps on selected areas of gender concerns (Measuring asset ownership from a gender perspective)

Session 4: Disseminating and Communicating Gender Statistics: UNECE toolkit

Session 6: Gender statistics of Japan  
Session 7: Bridging gender data gap for sustainable development  pdf
Session 8: Gender data for achieving the SDGs: Leaving no one behind  pdf
Session 9: Country presentations
   Bangladesh  pdf  Cambodia  pdf
   China  pdf  Fiji  pdf
   Indonesia  pdf  Iran (Islamic Republic of)  pdf
   Lao People's Democratic Republic  pdf  Malaysia  pdf
   Maldives  pdf  Mongolia  pdf
   Myanmar  pdf  Nepal  pdf
   Sri Lanka  pdf  Thailand  pdf
Session 10: Measuring women’s participation in local government institutions  pdf