This short animated video is designed to show companies, stakeholders, and the wider development community why and how companies should drive gender equality in their global supply chains.
This paper explores health care providers' biases regarding contraceptive use by adolescent and young adult women, drawing on a study of private health-sector health care facilities in South West Nigeria and how provider bias impacts quality of care and method choice.
Gender norms influence the ability of individuals, couples, and families to meet their desired family planning needs. This resource helps health care providers overcome biases and offer quality, gender-sensitive, transformative services to enable all clients to make voluntary and informed decisions about their family planning needs, improving both gender equality and reproductive health outcomes.
The children’s consent framework proposes standardized policies and practices to help providers, caregivers, and children navigate individual- and situation-specific decisions about who provides consent for HIV medical and social services or sharing of confidential HIV data.
Two new interactive reports, the "Women's Workplace Equity Index" and "Growing Economies Through Gender Parity," highlight barriers to closing the gender gap in the workforce and how removing these barriers could lead to global economic growth.
A new study conducted by UN Women examines the feasibility of leveraging big data sources, such as Facebook, Twitter, and radio data, to improve the evaluation of gender equality and women's empowerment initiatives.