Webinar audience member questions on the SDGs and training for gender equality
- “How can we convince the public and private sector of the need to train data collectors to set gender responsive indicators for SDG monitoring?” – Farhana
- Could you suggest any entry-points for the gender and energy conversation at the macro-policy and technical level? Thank you!” – Sayuri
- “How is UN Women monitoring each country’s implementation of the SDGs? How can CSOs develop monitoring plans and where are the resources?” – Cerue
- “What are the accountability mechanisms around capacity building on gender equality and how will these be implemented?” – Syeda
- “Can you provide some examples of efforts towards substantive gender equality? Is this similar to an intersectional approach?” – Kelley
- “What kinds of resistances do you encounter when challenging privileges during training on the SDGs? How do you overcome them?” – Farhana
- “What strategy could be applied to enlarge worldwide capacity to achieve gender equality in the SDGs?” – Angela
- “Knowing that communication unites […] what steps are being taken to educate and change mindsets of men, women and children [… particularly students]?” – Laurene
Some further questions from our Concept Note include:
- What practical examples exist of using training for gender equality to support specific SDGs?
- i. In practical terms, what training approaches, strategies, methodologies and tools have been used to support progress on specific SDGs?
- ii. What good practice examples exist of using training for gender equality in aid of particular SDGs?