Gender Statistics

SEEA - Gender

Overview

Gender statistics are defined as statistics that adequately reflect differences and inequalities in the situation of women and men in all areas of life. As the secretariat for the Inter-agency and Expert Group on Gender Statistics, the United Nations Statistics Division has been leading the Global Gender Statistics Programme to advance gender statistics through the promotion of synergies among existing initiatives at the national, regional and global levels. The objective of the Global Programme is to enhance the capacity of countries to collect, disseminate and use quality gender statistics through effective use of networking; building strong and supportive partnerships; establishing collaborative arrangement among governmental, intergovernmental, as well as individual experts; and fostering effective management and sharing of information among stakeholders.

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UNSD Course on Asset Ownership from a Gender Perspective (English)

The course translates key concepts and recommendations from the United Nations Guidelines on Measuring Asset Ownership from a Gender Perspective, in an interactive manner. The course covers the conceptual framework, data sources, implementation guidance and data processing, analysis and dissemination.