Sharing practices for Gender Justice and Gender Equality
You can find below the form for gathering practices that aim to promote and defend women’s rights and gender justice and gender equality. We understand as practices those actions or experiences that contribute to greater equality among women, men, and sexual diversity.

Sharing experiences enrich us. We invite you to learn from the process and not just from the results. We ask you to answer the following form so that we can publish your practices on our Blog.

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Definitions of key concepts
GENDER JUSTICE: expresses itself through equality and balanced power relations among women, men and sexual diversity, and the elimination of the institutional, cultural and interpersonal systems based on privilege and oppression that sustain discrimination. Lastly, gender equality and justice allows us to transcend the cultural and religious differences under the principle of human dignity.

GENDER EQUALITY: It is based on non-discrimination, human equality and the recognition of differences. Women, men and sexual diversity are the same in the sense that they are of equal human value. Equality does not mean that women, men and sexual diversity are the same, but that opportunities, rights and responsibilities do not depend on the sex they were born with or their gender and sexual identity. Everybody should have the same human rights, the goods that society values, the opportunities, the resources and benefits of human development.[1]

[1] For more information check: Toolkit for Gender Analysis and Gender Mainstreaming; Women and Gender Desk, Mission 21; 2019.
1) Name of the practice *
2) Name of the organisation that implemented the practice *
3) Year in which the practice was implemented *
4) Location: In which country (ies) and/or city(ies) has this practice for gender equality and justice been implemented ? *
5) Partnerships: Has this practice been implemented in alliance with other organisations? Which ones? *
6) Beneficiaries: Who are the beneficiaries of the practice (direct and indirect)? Indicate number of individuals, sex/gender, age and/or any other relevant identity features (class, ethnic group, etc) *
7) Sustainability and resources: How was this practice funded? (Check one or more alternatives) *
8) Check ALL those areas where the practice had a positive impact *
9) What was the initial situation previous to the practice implementation? Describe the social and cultural context in which the initiative took place. *
10) What was the practice for gender equality and justice’s main goal? *
11) Main activities (max. 3) *
12) Main results (max. 3) *
13) Factors that facilitate the change (examples: resources, infrastructure, regulations and laws, work teams, etc.) to achieve the practice *
14) Factors that put up resistance (examples: obstacles, breaches, barriers, difficulties, etc.) to achieve the practice *
15) Replicability: Has this practice been replicated? If it has, please describe (place, beneficiaries, partnerships, etc) *
16) If it has not been replicated, how could it be done? *
17) Brief testimony: Select one testimony that shows the lessons learned considering the practice’s challenges and achievements, including names, place, date, and pictures. Other formats are also possible (videos, radio shows, WhatsApp audios, notebooks, leaflets, fanzines, etc) *
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