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30 April 2012 to 28 May 2012
in Online (XX)


The course provides main strategies and basic tools to effectively promote
gender equality in external and development policies. By the end of this
course participants will have gained knowledge and understanding of:

1) the main strategies and approaches to promote gender equality in 
Development Cooperation
2) basic tools to unravel and analyze gender relations 
3) basic skills to transform a gender blind approach and pursue a
meaningful dialogue on how to implement a gender sensitive approach in
different aid modalities.


The course is primarily targeted at staff involved in the management of EU
development co-operation, in the Commission (in particular Delegation staff),
in Member States as well as in partner organisations.

The pre-requisite for participation is basic knowledge on Gender concepts, on
EU Commitments to promote gender equality in development co-operation (see:
GENDER Online Course 1: Basic Training on Gender and Development)


-       Review of several strategies such as women’s empowerment,
capacity building, equal opportunities, temporal corrective measures, gender
mainstreaming, gender budgeting and the political dialogue, with special
attention for the European twin-track and three-pronged approach.

-       Basic tools, such as analytical frameworks to unravel gender
gaps, tables and exercises to identify practical and strategic gender
interests, gender responsive indicators, checklists, advocacy and others.


Approximately 10 hours, including the readings, exercises and communication
with tutors. This course will be open during the following period:

30 April – 28 May 2012



Reference documentation and contact with tutor can also be provided in
French, Spanish or Portuguese


Inscription : Anne Caudron -

Information on the content : [1] [2]


DEVCO - Gender Online Course 2: basic tools & strategies for gender
mainstreaming in EU development cooperation, open from 30th April till

Registration in Syslog for EC staff:

Registration in Syslog for EEAS staff via sTESTA:


3 October 2012 to 24 October 2012
in (XX)
Organised byUN Women and UNICEF

*Thematic consultation on inequalities, hosted by UN Women and UNICEF*

The UN Women and UNICEF Global Thematic Consultation on Addressing
Inequalities in the Post‑2015 Development Agenda began on 3 October 2012 [1].

The global conversation on Gender Equality, the first of a series of
e‑discussions, will run until *24 October 2012*. Attached is the
invitation from UN Women to join theonline Global Consultation on gender

The recommendations emerging from this global discussion will be part of a
synthesis report that will be presented at a high-level leadership meeting on
inequalities in Denmark in February 2013.

The report will also be transmitted to the High-level Panel on the post-2015
Development Agenda appointed by the UN Secretary-General.

You are invited to connect and express your opinon


17 June 2013 to 20 June 2013
in Brussels (Belgium)
Organised byDEVCO B1

This training seminar targets EC colleagues from Delegations and HQ who
work in the areas of governance including justice reform, SSR, corruption,
human rights, democracy, elections and gender. Please do not hesitate to
further disseminate this training among relevant colleagues. To register
please consult Syslog.

15 April 2014 to 6 May 2014
in (XX)
Organised byFAO through the EU FAO Improved Global Governance fro Hunger Reduction Porgramme

Care farming is where social services and agriculture intersect. Through this
online discussion, FAO is looking for examples of how care farming may help
fill gaps in social service provision as well as provide rural employment
opportunities – especially to women.  For more inforamtion see [1]


12 January 2015 to 29 January 2015
Organised byUN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women

Despite the adoption of a multitude of policies, laws, and action plans to address violence against women and girls, millions remain at risk without protection, access to critical services, or opportunities to seek justice.

10 September 2015 to 11 September 2015
in (Tunisia)
Organised byDG ECHO

ObjectiveTo increase the capacity of staff and partners to mainstreaming gender and age in humanitarian actions funded by DG ECHO and use DG ECHO Gender and Age Marker

9 August 2015 to 25 August 2015
Organised byDG ECHO

DG ECHO has developed a SURVEY to collect feedback on the Gender and Age
Marker from partners and staff members: to fill the survey, please click on
this *link [1]*.

The survey will remain active until *25th August 2015*. 


From16 June 2016
in Brussels 1000 (Belgium)
Organised byWorld Food Programme, FAO, Oxfam International, CTA, UN Women

This session showcases how women in agribusiness can be the drivers of positive change in the social and economic development of their communities.Worldwide, women comprise about 40 % of the agricultural labour force and play a crucial role in food pr

From18 July 2016
in (Belgium)
Organised bySmart Villages and the Low Carbon Energy for Development Network

The next webinar in our monthly series brings together researchers working on
energy governance issues from a range of projects funded under two different
DFID initiatives. These initiatives are the EPSRC/DFID/DECC funded
Understading Sustainable Energy Solutions (USES) programme whose 13 projects
are networked under the USES Network ( [1]) and the
DFID-funded Gender and Energy research programme which is managed by Energia
( [2]). 
Issues that will be covered in the webinar include: the roles of local
government and political decentralization in energy governance; the political
economy of energy sector dynamics and decision-making processes; Energy
sector reform and fossil-fuel subsidization and the role of cities and
municipalities in sustainable energy transitions. 

Our webinar series is a little different: each expert will speak for less
than 10 minutes and will focus on their on-the-ground experience using photos
to tell their story. 


10 October 2016 to 14 October 2016
in Harare (Zimbabwe)
Organised byEUD Zimabwe, DEVCO Unit C1

The Seminar for Food and Nutrition Security Coordination of the EU
Delegations in Eastern and Southern Africa (CODESA) on 'Scaling up and
delivering' will be taking place in Harare, Zimbabwe. Topics to be discussed
include women and gender, land governance, resilience, value chain
development and sector policy guidance.