Aug 1, 2016Brochure:The Gender Equality Seal: A Certification Programme for Public and Private EnterprisesThis brochure provides an overview of the Gender Equality Seal for Public and Private Enterprises and explains how gender equality in the workplace benefits women and companies.
Aug 1, 2016The Gender Equality Seal Certification Programme for Public and Private Enterprises: Putting Principles into PracticeThis summary details the certification programme process and its advantages for the private sector, governments, and workers. It also lays out a vision for the future: to enhance South-South cooperation and build a network of enterprises for gender equality.
Aug 1, 2016The Gender Equality Seal: A Certification Programme for Public and Private Enterprises supported by UNDPThis pamphlet showcases how the Gender Equality Seal is being implemented with UNDP support, adding value to businesses and governments in Latin America
May 26, 2016HIV, Health and Development Strategy 2016-2021The HIV, Health and Development Strategy 2016-2021: Connecting the Dots elaborates UNDP's work on HIV and health in the context of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Mar 28, 2016Issue Brief - Ending Poverty by 2030At the heart of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is a commitment “to eradicate poverty everywhere, in all its forms and dimensions by 2030”. By adopting Agenda 2030, world leaders moved past poverty reduction and set out to achieve sustainable development that "leaves no one behind".
Feb 9, 2016Checklist for Integrating Gender into the New Funding Model of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and MalariaThis Checklist has been developed to support the integration of gender-responsive components into the implementation of HIV programmes supported by the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria (the Global Fund).
Feb 4, 2016Gender, HIV and Health Discussion PapersThese Discussion Paper are intended to support practitioners, civil society and government partners wishing to make the investment case for increased and improved programming that addresses the specific vulnerabilities and needs of both males and females who are affected by or at risk of malaria and TB.
Jan 26, 2016UNDP Support to the Implementation of the 2030 AgendaThis integrated package of policy support services (MAPS: Mainstreaming, Acceleration, and Policy Support) is designed to support country partners to effectively implement the SDGs and make long-term economic prosperity, human and environmental well-being a reality.
Dec 10, 2015Mainstreaming Gender in Mitigation and TechnologyThis capacity-building package has been designed for policymakers to guide them on how to promote gender equality across all levels of policy and programming in climate change, and to provide them with the necessary tools to do so.
Dec 10, 2015Gender responsive national communicationsThis toolkit is designed to strengthen the capacity of national government staff and assist them in integrating gender equality into the development of National Communications (NCs).
Nov 23, 2015HIV and Young Men Who Have Sex with Men
Nov 23, 2015HIV and Young Transgender People
Nov 23, 2015HIV and Young People Who Inject DrugsThis brief aims to catalyse and inform discussions about how best to provide health services, programmes and support for young people who inject drugs offering current knowledge concerning the HIV risk and vulnerability; barriers to services; and examples of programmes that may work in addressing their needs and rights.
Nov 23, 2015HIV and Young People Who Sell SexThis brief aims to catalyse and inform discussions about how best to provide services, programmes and support for young people who sell sex. It offers current knowledge concerning the HIV risk and vulnerability of young people who sell sex; the barriers and constraints to appropriate services; and examples of programmes that address their needs and rights.
Oct 15, 2015Gender and Drylands Development: Empowering Women for ChangeWomen’s land rights and their importance for women’s empowerment and wider development goals have gained increased attention in recent years. However, gender inequality in land rights in dryland countries and across the developing world more broadly remains pervasive. This is related to discriminatory socio-cultural norms that are found in customary and statutory institutions and practices that differ according to local contexts. In addition, women often lack representation and the authority to make decisions in land management and governance. Three new studies explore the issues of gender justice with respect to dryland land rights, governance and resilience.