Outcome Area 1:
Global Norms, Policies and Standards

Regarding its normative work, UN-Women aims to:

  • Strengthen the capacity of government and stakeholders to assess progress in implementing global normative and policy frameworks, such as the Beijing Platform for Action.
  • In intergovernmental processes, facilitate evidence-based dialogue between government, civil society and other relevant actors.
  • Integrate gender perspectives in global intergovernmental processes by providing substantive inputs and facilitate dialogues.
 
US$16 Million

2018 programme expenses under Global Norms on Gender Equality

Outcome Indicators

Outcome 1 Indicator 1

Percentage of resolutions adopted by the General Assembly that integrate gender perspectives
45%
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Baseline

33%

(2016)

Target

45%

2018 Results: 45%

Outcome 1 Indicator 2

Percentage of recommendations from the Secretary-General’s report on the priority theme of the Commission on the Status of Women that are reflected in the Agreed Conclusions of the Commission on the Status of Women
100%
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Baseline

85%

(2016)

Target

90%

2018 Result: 100%

Outcome 1 Indicator 3

Percentage of voluntary national reviews to the High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development that integrate gender perspectives
81%
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Baseline

77%

(2016)

Target

85%

2018 Result: 81%

Outputs for Outcome Area 1

Output 1: The capacity of governments and stakeholders is strengthened to assess progress in implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action, and other global normative and policy frameworks

 

Output 2: Evidence-based dialogue is facilitated amongst government and with civil society and other relevant actors in the context of intergovernmental processes

Output 3: Knowledge on gender perspectives is expanded through provision of substantive inputs and dialogues to global intergovernmental processes

 

Footnotes

Output Indicator 1.1: Of 13 countries/territories reporting under this indicator, all 13 reported results for 2018: Argentina, Belgium, Bulgaria, Colombia, Costa Rica, Germany, Kenya, New Zealand, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Sri Lanka, Sudan.Back

Output Indicator 2.2: Of 12 countries/territories reporting under this indicator, 8 reported results for 2018: Argentina, Cambodia, Dominican Republic, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Liberia, Thailand.Back

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