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How Can We Know If Women Are Being Economically Empowered?

Read Associate Professor Janet Hunt’s (ANU IDM Team) blog for the Deliver 2030 blog series on Women, Work and Economic Empowerment.

Future Considerations for the IDM 2020 – 2025

The Australian National University (ANU) and the International Women’s Development Agency (IWDA) are seeking Expressions of Interest…

Event: What Is Wrong With Current Measures Of Development?

Jo Crawford of the IWDA IDM Team will be contributing to a panel at Deakin University on 27 September.

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Unlocking Technology’s Potential: How The IDM Is Employing Technology To Measure & Support SDG Progress

Technology and innovation have been touted as key to the achievement of the 2030 Agenda. It’s clear that to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030, new approaches for tracking progress against the SDGs are needed.

Women must be visible in the measurement of SDG progress

The United Nations General Assembly and Global Goals Week are key opportunities to push for progress in ensuring the representation of women is codified in measuring progress towards the SDGs. By Dr Kylie Fisk, IWDA IDM Researcher

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Launch of the Centre of Excellence on Gender Statistics & First Global Conference on Gender Equality and Unpaid Care & Domestic Work in Mexico City

On the 10 & 11 September, the Centre of Excellence on Gender Statistics (CEGS) was launched in Mexico City, followed by the First Global Conference on Gender Equality and the Measurement of Unpaid Care and Domestic Work.

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