WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- What is a gender audit is and what is its impact on organisations
- Challenges and elements of success in conducting gender audits
- The difference between individual and peer-to-peer audits
MEET THE PANEL
The webinar was moderated by Elisabetta Cangelosi, Gender Justice Advisor at ILC, and counted on the contributions of:
- Natalia Manchenko - Knowledge Management Specialist at the National Union of Water Users Associations (NUWUA), Kyrgyzstan
- Leigh de Guzman - Research Officer and Gender Focal Person at Center for Agrarian Reform and Rural Development (CARRD), The Philippines
- Joyce Nyaruai Mbataru - Communication and Development Officer and gender focal point officer at the Kenya Wildlife Conservancies Association (KWCA), Kenya
- Dewi Sutejo - Deputy of Jaringan Kerja Pemetaan Partisipatif /Indonesia Community Mapping Networks (JKPP), Indonesia
This webinar focused on sharing the experience of ILC members who conducted gender audits in 2020 using the ILC Methodology. It aimed at promoting peer-to-peer exchanges and facilitating access to information and knowledge to members interested in applying the methodology in 2021, in response to the current call for Gender Audits.
Speakers introduced the work of their organisation and, when already available, the first findings of the gender audit. Each presentation was guided by the following questions:
- What was your auditing experience like and what are its main findings (if any)?
- What is the most important thing that you learnt thanks to this experience (about your organisation, about gender justice, about yourself…)?
- Which advice would you give to an ILC member who wishes to conduct a Gender Audit? Something to avoid or something to take into account or something very successful.
You can download the presentations below.
NUWUA’S PRESENTATION, KYRGYZ REPUBLIC
By Natalia Manchenko
KWCA’S PRESENTATION, KENYA
By Joyce Mbataru