While there has been significant progress in the use of time-use surveys in recent years, there is still a lack of time-use data to inform infrastructure, social policy and public services in the Pacific region.
The 63rd Commission for the Status of Women began on Monday, 11 March. Read our briefing here.
Are you attending the 63rd Commission on the Status of Women? Join us for a parallel event on time-use and multidimensional poverty measurement.
This year’s International Women’s Day focus is #BalanceForBetter, and we’re celebrating the people and moments that have played powerful roles in closing the gender data gap. Read on!
What role can data play in ending violence against women? Read our interview with Dr Sharon Bessell for the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
This Friday, Jo Crawford will be contributing to an ActionAid podcast about unpaid care work. Register for the webinar today.
From 9 – 11 November, the Sustainability and Development Conference was held at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. Read Associate Professor Janet Hunt and Trang Pham’s presentations to the conference.
There’s much more to poverty than just low household income. Sharon Bessell
The Second UN World Data Forum was held this week in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It marked a milestone in the journey to “making sustainable development data for all a reality”.
Read Associate Professor Janet Hunt’s (ANU IDM Team) blog for the Deliver 2030 blog series on Women, Work and Economic Empowerment.