Gender-responsive and inclusive statistical planning ensures sustainable production and use of gender data, facilitating data-driven policies that effectively tackle gender disparities and leave no one behind. In collaboration with partners such as UN Women and Global Affairs Canada, PARIS21 supports the integration of gender statistics into national strategic planning. By helping national statistical offices (NSOs) to identify gender data gaps and engage with a diverse array of stakeholders, PARIS21 assures that national strategies for statistical development (NSDS) are both inclusive and equitable.
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Find out about PARIS21 and UN Women's framework to assess gender statistics capacity gaps
Assessing Data and Statistical Capacity Gaps for Better Gender Statistics: Framework and Implementation Guidelines
As part of its collaboration with UN Women, PARIS21 developed a comprehensive framework to assess data and capacity gaps linked to gender statistics. The framework, aimed at national statistical offices, proposes methods, activities and tools for conducting assessments related to gender statistics to support the mainstreaming of gender statistics in national statistical systems (NSS). The assessment report resulting from the application of this framework is meant to inform national strategies for the development of statistics (NSDS).