Gender Budgeting: A Step Towards a More Inclusive Society?
The 2015 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) represented a concerted effort by the global community to recognise and tackle worldwide injustices, in the form of poverty, inequality and gender discrimination, in order to make the planet a fairer place for all peoples. This policy brief will consider the ways in which the leaders of the G7 member states have previously tackled issues of global development, and how the Canadian Presidency has done so this year. Specifically, it will look at development through a gendered lens, considering the effects of gender budgeting on global development, specifically its impacts on women and girls, men and boys, and, the broader global economy.
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