UNECE working paper: Household-level measurement masks gender inequality across three dimensions of poverty
In this paper IDM researchers have used individual, multidimensional data collected in
poverty hotspots in Fiji in 2015-16 to construct both household and individual
measures of deprivation along three dimensions commonly used to measure
multidimensional poverty: health, education, and standard of living.
This outcome document gives an overview of a side event hosted by the IDM, Open Data Watch and UN Women at the High Level Political Forum (HLPF).
This brief was created for the Commission on the Status of Women 63 (CSW63) in March, 2019. It looks at the IDM time-use dimension, research published by IWDA partner Voice for Change (VfC) into violence against women and girls, and broader time-use research from the Asia Pacific region.
This presentation was delivered by Dr Kylie Fisk and Dr Helen Suich at the 7th Global Forum on Gender Statistics in Tokyo, 2018.