Favourite picture from the Pastoral study

Prateek favourite photo from the pastoral study. This photo is something which I could relate to. We could point out before going to the field how pastoral woman's work does not find itself within the women and work discourse but it was after understanding the relationship of women with animals, we could understand the nature of "work" which a pastoral woman does. 


Measuring What Matters: Unlocking Data for Gender Equality

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Measuring What Matters: Unlocking Data for Gender Equality

Time: July 13, 2021 from 5pm to 6pm
Location: "13th July 5 pm Paris time"
Event Type: dev, talk
Organized By: OECD Development Centre
Latest Activity: Jul 13, 2021

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Mario Pezzini, Director of the OECD Development Centre and Special Advisor to the OECD Secretary-General on Development is pleased to invite you to a discussion on


Measuring What Matters: Unlocking Data for Gender Equality


Pierre De Boisséson, Economist, Gender Programme, OECD Development Centre

Lauren Harrison, Policy Analyst and Team Lead, Data Ecosystems & Inclusion, PARIS21

Annette Griessel, Deputy Director General, National Planning Coordination, Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation, South Africa

Renata Spada, Group Talent Director / Head of Fifty-Fifty Programme, ENGIE

Sarah Kemp, Global Women’s Health and ESG Policy Lead, Organon

Moderated by Bathylle Missika, Head of Division, Networks, Partnerships and Gender, OECD Development Centre

Tuesday, 13th July 2021: 17.00-18.30 CET



Whether by a private company, an international NGO, a national or local government, or a philanthropic organisation, the effectiveness of efforts to address gender inequality cannot be monitored or evaluated if solid data is not available. Areas of intersection, such as the disproportionate effect of the COVID-19 or climate crises on women, are woefully understudied and undercounted, meaning that targeted interventions cannot be designed. Likewise, long term cause and effect such as discriminatory social institutions or the impact of infertility on national GDP cannot be analysed without consistent and accurate access to open gender data. More and better gender data can lead to better solutions and improve accountability; solutions that have the power to unlock $3 trillion in economic potential across the global economy.


This DEV Talk will bring together experts and private sector and government representatives, to discuss why the lack of data about women’s lives and livelihoods around the world persists despite recent efforts and a global recognition of the importance of the issue. They will explore what can be done to increase awareness, prioritisation, and support from multilateral partnerships to unlock the potential of gender data for the COVID-19 recovery and beyond.

Register https://meetoecd1.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUqceCtpz0sGdYtcpmrBfO6SlXN3o9MboFR

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