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The 2014 Social Institutions and Gender Index (SIGI)

The 2014 edition of the SIGI will be released on 27 November 2014. Join us for a Twitter Q&A tomorrow from 2-3pm Paris time!

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26/11/2014 The Wikigender Connect for November is out! Read more

26/11/2014 Global Launch of the 2014 edition of the Social Institutions and Gender Index (SIGI) on 27 November!

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15/10/2014 Gender in Food and Nutrition Security free e-learning course. Find out more.

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08/09/2014 The latest Wikigender Connect is now available. Please click here.

08/08/2014 The deadline to apply for one of the two internships is 11 August! Click here for more information.

29/07/2014 The report from the 30 June Roundtable and High-Level Panel on social norms, gender equality and the post-2015 agenda is now available! Click here.

28/07/2014 The OECD Development Centre is looking for two trainees in gender and development starting in September 2014. One requires quantitative skills, while the other one requires qualitative skills. The deadline to apply is Monday 11 August 2014.

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