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UNESCO Gender Equality Action Plan 2008-2013

The Priority Gender Equality Action Plan for 2008-2013 was presented to the 181st session of UNESCO's Executive Board in April 2009 and to all Member States during the 35th session of the General Conference in October 2009. Click here to access the document (Addendum 2)


Regional Consultations in preparation of the development of the UNESCO Gender Equality Action Plan

The Division for Gender Equality of the Bureau of Strategic Planning held between February and May 2008, consultations with UNESCO staff based in the field in all regions in order to collect preliminary proposals for the Gender Equality Action Plan.

The results of these regional discussions are contained in the below informal reports.

List of the informal reports :

  • Asia-Pacific Region
    Report coordinated by Ms. Maki Hayashikawa from the UNESCO Office in Bangkok, Thailand.
    Click here to read the report.

  • Europe and North America Region
    Report coordinated by I. Nechifor, from the Regional Bureau for Science and Culture in Europe BRESCE, Venice, Italy.
    Click here to read the report
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  • Arab States region
    Report coordinated by Ms. Theophania Chavatzia from the UNESCO Office in Beirut, Lebanon.
    Click here to read the report.

  • Latin-America and the Carribbean Region
    Report coordinated by Maria Luisa Jauregui, Gender Specialist (Enrique del Piano 2058 Providencia - Santiago de Chile), on behalf of the Santiago Office
    Click here to read the report.

  • Sub-saharan Africa Region
    Report coordinated by Yvonne Matuturu, Gender Focal Point, UNESCO Bujumbura Office, Burundi.
    Click here to read the report.





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