The Gender Equality in Recruitment and Promotion Practices in Vietnam report from the International Labour Organization and Navigos Search analyses the presence of gender-based discrimination practices in Vietnamese workplaces.
Gender mainstreaming is the process of assessing how a project or policy might affect women and men differently, and then taking steps to address any potential disparities. The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has developed a comprehensive approach to gender mainstreaming that takes into account the unique realities of the region. This tip sheet explains the design features and potential gender measures in private sector projects, as well as the business case for gender quality.
The JEDI Investing Toolkit is designed for investors who want to apply a justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI) lens to their processes and portfolios. The toolkit provides a framework for JEDI-informed investment decision-making, as well as tools and resources to help implement JEDI principles in practice.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the way we live our lives. It has caused global trade and supply chains to be disrupted and has fundamentally changed the way we do business. The impact of the pandemic has varied dramatically, depending on a range of factors that were mostly out of people’s control.
From skyrocketing unemployment to taking on more responsibilities at home, it has never been more important to ensure equitable experiences for women. By analysing data from the Better to Belong research with a gender lens, this report uncovered how women’s experiences in the workplace differ, and how to drive belonging so that women and organisations can both thrive. It also utilises the Net Better Off (NBO) framework to understand employee experience across six key dimensions: financial, emotional & mental, relational, physical, purposeful, and employable.