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The unequal gender distribution of unpaid care work is not only an essential barrier to women’s economic empowerment and women’s participation in public life more broadly, but also constitutes a major impediment to the social and economic well-being of communities at large.
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Women and men engage in a range of activities on a daily basis. These include paid and unpaid work, domestic work, care work, volunteer work, education and learning, culture and sports, socializing and leisure, and personal care. Time Use Surveys provide data on the time spent on these various activities by women and men and allow for the analysis of gender-based differences in time allocation patterns across these activities. They are the only source for SDG indicator 5.4.1.
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Women spend three times longer on unpaid work than men globally. As a result, they suffer from time poverty, have less time to engage in paid labour, or take advantage of career or personal development opportunities.
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This manual provides practical guidance to public servants on handling workplace sexual harassment cases. It intends to support public entities in effectively responding to workplace sexual harassment complaints and creating a safe and supporting environment for women and men in the public service.
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This brief reviews causes and consequences of women’s economic inactivity, also in light of Covid-19 pandemic.
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A gender equality approach to social protection programmes is key to enabling men and women’s equal access to protection from poverty. This brief highlights some aspects of the social protection system and the ways it responds to women’s needs in Georgia.
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Poverty affects men and women in different ways. This brief reviews the causes and differential experiences of women’s and men’s poverty in Georgia.
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This brief explores the gender gap in unpaid domestic and care work in Georgia, also in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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This issue brief explores the obstacles to women’s economic participation and whether the existing employment structure considers women’s interests.
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This brief reviews economic activity of rural women and the reasons for the existing employment structure, while proposing some strategies to raise women’s economic activity in rural Georgia.
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The study report aims to raise greater awareness of the tangible business benefits of diversity and inclusion within private sector companies in Georgia. The overall goal of the assignment is to collect baseline data and analyze information on the work undertaken by the WEPs signatory companies in Georgia on gender equality and women’s empowerment from 2017 to 2020.
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The Country Gender Equality Profile (CGEP) represents an important guide to assess the existing situation regarding women’s empowerment and gender equality. The CGEP describes and analyses the present situation in Georgia mainly based on the indicators of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), while at the same time considering the BPfA and CEDAW frameworks.
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The assessment identifies the areas for further strengthening, with particular attention to gender equality and reiterates the importance of national social protection floors to protect people in case of different risks across the lifecycle and covariate shocks.
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The manual, provides practical guidance to investigators, prosecutors and judges working on cases of sexual violence, to achieve better results on criminal cases and to create a safe and supporting environment for victims of sexual violence.
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The Study on Workplace Sexual Harassment in the Civil Service in Georgia is a joint initiative of UN Women and the Civil Service Bureau of Georgia. The study aimed at generating evidence to inform policies on preventing and responding to workplace sexual harassment in Georgia’s civil service.
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The Gender Impact Assessment (GIA) of the programme Plant the Future was conducted by the ISET Policy Institute (ISET-PI) as part of its collaboration with UN Women within the scope of the project “Regulatory Impact Assessment and Gender Impact Assessment for Women’s Economic Empowerment in Georgia”.
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The gender impact assessment (GIA) is an equality tool that helps assess the gendered impact of different policies, programmes and services. It provides technical knowledge to enhance public sector organizations, think tanks and international development organizations to create gender-responsive and equitable programmes.
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The ISET Policy Institute (ISET-PI) - in collaboration with UN Women has implemented a Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) to study the prospects and organize a policy dialogue towards the possible ratification of the Maternity Protection Convention, 2000 (No. 183).
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The ISET Policy Institute (ISET-PI) – in collaboration with UN Women in the scope of the project “Women’s Economic Empowerment in the South Caucasus” (WEESC), funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and the Austrian Development Cooperation (ADC) – has implemented a Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) to study the prospects and organize a policy dialogue towards the possible ratification of Convention No. 189.
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The ISET Policy Institute (ISET-PI) - in collaboration with UN Women in the scope of the project “Women’s Economic Empowerment in the South Caucasus” (WEESC), funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and the Austrian Development Cooperation (ADC) – has implemented a Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) to study the prospects and organize a policy dialogue towards the possible ratification of Convention No. 189.