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
 

Programme expenses under Global Norms on Gender Equality:

US$16 M (2018, 54 countries/territories); US$25 M (2019, 114 countries/territories)

Outcome Indicators

Outcome Indicator 1.1

Percentage of resolutions adopted by the General Assembly that integrate gender perspectives
43%
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Baseline
(2016)
33%
Result
(2018)
45%
Result
(2019)
43%
Target
45%

Outcome Indicator 1.2

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
88%
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Baseline
(2016)
85%
Result
(2018)
100%
Result
(2019)
88%
Target
90%

Outcome Indicator 1.3

Percentage of voluntary national reviews to the High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development that integrate gender perspectives
74%
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Baseline
(2016)
77%
Result
(2018)
81%
Result
(2019)
74%
Target
85%

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

All references to Kosovo shall be understood to be in the context of Security Council Resolution 1244 (1999).

A superscript “C” next to an indicator statement notes that the indicator is cumulative in nature. Further calculation details can be found at this link

Output Indicator 1.1.1: Of 13 countries reporting under this indicator, all 13 made voluntary presentations in 2018: Argentina, Belgium, Bulgaria, Colombia, Costa Rica, Germany, Kenya, New Zealand, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Sri Lanka, Sudan.
Of 12 countries reporting under this indicator, all 12 made voluntary presentations in 2019: Algeria, Bulgaria, Cabo Verde, Egypt, Honduras, Italy, Panama, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Spain. Back

Output Indicator 1.2.2: Of 12 countries/territories reporting under this indicator for 2018, 8 reported results: Argentina, Cambodia, Dominican Republic, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Liberia, Thailand.
Of 7 countries/territories reporting under this indicator for 2019, 6 reported results: Afghanistan, Iraq, Jordan, Pakistan, Thailand, Yemen.Back

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