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UNFPA is currently developing its next strategic plan and its women@unfpa wants the SP to be more feminist

UNFPA Policy and Strategy Division

22 Feb 2021 Apply now Share
22 Feb 2021 Apply now Share
Background and objectives
Support the women@unfpa group ( an employee resource group to write a paper and give advice to the advisory service group (sub-group of the women@unfpa) on how to make UNFPA strategic plan more feminist and also advice during the SP implementation phase. The tasks may include looking at the different tasks teams papers and providing inputs on how to mainstream feminism in the different areas. Help with the development of a checklist to help task teams apply a feminist lens. Keep advising the women@unfpa after the SP is approved by the executive board.
Gender equality and the advancement of women
UNFPA is currently developing its Strategic Plan (2022-2025) the second of three SPs leading to 2030. women@unfpa (employee resource group) is pushing for a Feminist SP and had written to the SP secretariat to make this claim. However more technical work needs to be done and the employees are looking to have outside expertise to help develop the concept. The volunteer would contribute to UNFPA SP development from a gender and feminist perspective
Volunteers: 1 needed
6-10 hours per week / 8 weeks
Gender and feminism background
English, French

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