Gender Statistics

Integrating the gender perspective in the the production, analysis, use and dissemination of official statistics is the goal of SIAP training courses on gender statistics. The training approach also takes the perspective that gender statistics cuts across all fields of statistics and focuses on building capacity of statistical institutions to produce and disseminate core gender statistics and indicators and to improve coordination with users of gender statistics.

World Bank Offers Open On-line Courses on Gender Statistics [22 February - 25 March 2016]
Whether you are a statistician, or a user of statistics who aim to influence the process of gender statistics collection, analysis and use, you can benefit from these two online courses offered on a newly launched Open Learning Campus (OLC) platform of the World Bank Group:

-   Gender Equality and Development – Overview (Self-paced)
-   Gender-informed Statistics (Facilitated)
Note: In order to take the facilitated course, you need to first complete the self-paced course

Gender Mainstreaming Policies for Government Officers, Kitakyushi, Tokyo, Chiba, Japan
This is one of JICA Trainings organized by Kitakyushu Forum on Asian Women (KFAW).
This program is designed for national gender machinery (central and local branches) which is a central policy coordinating unit for the advancement of gender quality inside the government.
[18 June 2015, Chiba, Japan]

Pacific Region Workshops on: Gender Statistics and Human Rights Reporting

[4 – 8 August 2014, Nadi, Fiji]

Materials

Workshop on Gender Statistics for JICA-KFAW Training on Gender Mainstreaming Policies for Government Officers

[4 June 2014, Chiba, Japan]

Materials

Completed Courses (2013)