Gender responsive budgeting is a tool that helps us to assess the impact of public policies on women and men, girls and boys. The Platform provides interactive learning sessions, together with knowledge and skills for understanding on how budgetary decisions affect gender equality. Developed initially for civil servants in cities and municipalities, the content is now available to civil society organizations and everyone interested in these topics. Through four parts and more than 15 lessons, you will go through theory, pictures, videos and quizzes to learn about the connection between public policies and gender in an interactive way.
The platform was developed by the UN WOMEN and the German-Serbian Development Cooperation project “Social Services for Vulnerable Groups”, implemented by GIZ.
You will find more about the responsive budgeting platform at this link