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Participatory Gender Audit Manual from ILO

The ILO Gender Bureau uses the Participatory Gender Audit (PGA) Methodology promote individual and organizational learning on ways to mainstream gender in order to help achieve equality between women and men. A gender audit, which is conducted during a two-week period by a team of four trained facilitators, encourages dialogue and reflection among members of the organization, department or office that has volunteered to undertake this highly participatory exercise. Audits use a self-assessment approach and take into account both objective data – gathered through a review of the unit’s internal and public documents – as well as perceptions including those of staff, management and clients. Workshops and interviews are held with members of the unit, and constituents are also consulted.

The Facilitator’s Guide details how to do the PGA in two weeks, what preparations are needed, and what results are expected.

Find the link to the facilitator’s guide to the PGA here.

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