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Accelerating Gender Equality: The Power of Smart Data Investments
Opinion|Gender data
Accelerating Gender Equality: The Power of Smart Data Investments
Photo: UN Women/Amanda Voisard
Gender data story|Gender data gaps
Four steps leaders can take to harness the power of gender data for the SDGs
Photo: Vincent Tremeau / World Bank
Impact story|Economic empowerment
Time-use data in Senegal spur advocacy, policy and programme revisions
Illustration: Tatyana Zelenskaya for Kloop Media
Impact story|Gender data
In Kyrgyzstan, data journalists innovate to inform new audiences about gender inequalities
why climate change matters for gender equality. Photo: Md Harun Or Rashid
Research highlight|Environment
Why climate change matters for women
Students in the renewable energy lab at the University of Rwanda. Digital inclusion and literacy skills are critical factors for women’s and girls’ well-being and success. ©World Bank/Kelley Lynch
Opinion|Technology and Innovation
Accelerating action on gender equality
Survivors of the 7.7 magnitude earthquake keep warm by a fire in a temporary shelter in Kahramanmaraş, Turkey. The affected region of south-east Turkey and Syria was already severely disrupted by the nearly 12-year conflict in Syria, and ethnic tensions in Turkey. © UNICEF/Ölçer
Research highlight|Economic empowerment
Always on the frontline in every crisis
Ugandan police join UN Women Uganda as part of the 'Orange the World' campaign to end violence against women and girls. Through its global program Women Count, UN Women’s data collection and analysis has led to policies to address violence against women in Uganda and several other countries. ©UN Women/Martin Ninsiima
Guest contributor|Gender data gaps
Gender data can reinvigorate the SDGs
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