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Does the document indicate how the ILO is perceived by the constituents, partner organizations, and the wider public, from a gender point of view? If the document is a promotional or public relations document such as a brochure promoting the unit's work: Does it represent the ILO/work unit as gender-sensitive? Is this an accurate representation of the real situation? Does it provide sex disaggregated information and data? If there are pictures, are they sex balanced and non-stereotypical?
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B u d g e t s CRITERION Yes No N A RESOURCE ALLOCATION Does the budget explicitly allocate resources to gender-related work? (e.g. gender training; ad-hoc or continuous gender expertise; missions for the gender specialist) Does it identify a mechanism in place for reporting purposes that monitors the resources allocated and spent on gender equality goals?
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S a m p l e S t a t e m e n t s GENERAL - ILO Vision - The overall objective of the ILO is the promotion of opportunities for women and men to obtain decent and productive work, in conditions of freedom, equity, security and human dignity. - ILO Statement on Gender - The ILO has identified gender as a cross-cutting issue to be mainstreamed in all its programmes and activities in the world of work. The Director General of the ILO has issued a policy statement reiterating his and the organization's commitment to the goal of gender equality. The principle of equality among women and men is also central to the ILO Declaration on Fundamen- tal Principles and Rights at Work and to key International Labour Conventions. The ILO's Decent Work Agenda also holds gender equality central in its four strategic areas of promoting basic human rights at work, expanding opportunities for quality jobs, ensuring fundamental social protections, and ensuring the freedom to organize and promoting dialogue among the social partners. OTHERS - For Research and Project Documents - The consultant will be responsible for ensuring that gender issues are mainstreamed into all work, through the collection and reporting of sex disaggregated data, consultations with relevant gender experts and organizations, gender analysis and explicit discussion of the gender dimensions of the technical work, and incorporation of gender planning into project approach, objectives, indicators and activities. - For Project Implementation and Workshops - The consultant will ensure that gender issues are mainstreamed in workshop activities, including research that is commis- sioned, consultations that occur, invitations issued to participants, workshop agendas, presentations given by the consultant, guidelines for presentations by invited speakers, and in monitoring, evaluation, reporting efforts. - For Invitation Letters - The ILO is committed to gender equality in all programs and activities and encourages participating organizations to ensure that at least 30 percent of their representatives to the event/meeting/workshop are wo me n and/or me n respectively.
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  • Summer '19
  • Ever Solloso
  • ILO, International Labour Organization, Decent work

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