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1 Friedman_ConferencePaper_PAA_20180406_c.pdf
In 2007, Mexico’s Federal District (DF) legalized on-demand first trimester abortion. DF represents
the center of the Mexico City Metropolitan Area (MCMA), and it contains 44% of the city’s women of
reproductive age. These women enjoy local access…

C12. charmes_hdr_2015_final.pdf
This paper is based on 102 time use surveys carried out in 65 countries. Reports of the surveys were mostly found on the websites of national statistical agencies or other official institutions. Access to micro-data was not necessary.
Survey data…

This paper is based on 102 time use surveys carried out in 65 countries. Reports of the surveys were mostly found on the websites of national statistical agencies or other official institutions. Access to micro-data was not necessary.
Survey data…

C13.  ExpertGroup_ICATUS_2017.pdf
The present report is submitted in accordance with Economic and Social Council decision 2016/220 and past practices. It provides a summary of the recent activities undertaken by the Statistics Division of the Department of Economic and Social…

Objectives In the Mexico City Metropolitan Area, only women in the city center have local access to legal first-trimester abortion. We quantify how this legislative discrepancy affects access to legal, public-sector abortion across the metropolitan…

01. CEGS_Factsheet.pdf
The CEGS is a global institution that contributes towards gender equality and women’s empowerment by helping to close the gender data gap. The CEGS’s mission is to support and improve the generation, analysis and use of gender statistics to…

C03. Outcomes Report_CEGS Launch.pdf
This report summarizes key findings, outcomes and recommendations from the Launch of the Global Centre of Excellence on Gender Statistics (CEGS) and the First Global Conference on Gender Equality and the Measurement of Unpaid Care and Domestic Work.

C01. FolletoCEGS_EN_versión electronica.pdf
Gender statistics are key to understanding the context of social, economic, political and cultural inequalities between men and women throughout their life cycles and to inform the development of solutions and policies. UN Women and the National…

infografía CEEG.pdf
Gender statistics are important, because they guide global, regional and national policies and programmes; help determine progress levels with reference to a given baseline; and monitor whether goals are met as within established timeframes or not.…

C07. Folbre_Time Use Survey Methodology.pdf
This presentation review time use surveys and theoretical issues about care activities.
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