This article presents the full list of resources shared by the participants during the online discussion on Online Discussion: Data Gaps on Gender Equality , which took place from 27 January until 14 February 2014.

Papers and reports

  • Akram-Lodhi, A Haroon and Staveren, Irene van (2003), “A Gender Analysis of the Impact Of Indirect Taxes on Small and Medium Enterprises in Vietnam” (accessed 24/04/2014)

  • Andrade et al., (2009), Final Report for ‘Empowering women through access to and control over land in context of gender-biased green-revolution policies: action research project in Manhiça District’. International Development Research Centre (accessed 24/04/2014)

  • EU-LAC Foundation (2013), 2013 Santiago Action Plan (accessed 23/04/2014)

  • Equality and Human Rights Commission (2013), Productive and valued activities, Briefing Paper no. 8, Measurement Framework Series

  • García Domínguez, Mar (2012), “Situación laboral de las mujeres en República Dominicana” (Status of Women’s Labor in the Dominican Republic). Oficina Nacional de Estadística (ONE) (accessed 24/04/2014)
  • Gottlieb, J. (2013), “Why women participate less in civic activity: Evidence from Mali”, Working Paper, Texas A&M University (accessed 23/04/2014)

  • Ito et al,. “Braving the Sea: The Amasan (Women Divers) of the Yahataura Fishing Community, Iki Island, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan.” In Gender in Aquaculture and Fisheries: Moving the Agenda Forward, Asian Fisheries Science Special Issue Vol.25S (2012):29-45, (accessed 24/04/2014)

  • Tello Sánchez, Mabel F. (2009), La Participación Política de las Mujeres en los Gobiernos Locales Latinoamericanos: Barreras y Desafíos Para una Efectiva Democracia de Género. Centro Eurolatinoamericano Mujeres y Ciudad (accessed 23/04/2014)
  • Moulat et al., (2012) “Commercial Pressures on Land and their Impact on Child Rights: A review of the literature”, Working Paper 2012-13, UNICEF Office of Research, Florence. (accessed 24/04/2014)

  • OECD Development Centre (2013), Transforming social institutions to prevent violence against women and girls and improve development outcomes (accessed 23/04/2014)

  • Organización de los Estados Americanos (2011), El Camino Hacia una Democracia Sustantiva: la Participación Política de las Mujeres en las Américas (accessed 23/04/2014)

  • SUN-AE II. “Why do Korean Women Dive? A Discussion from the Viewpoint of Gender” In Gender in Aquaculture and Fisheries: Moving the Agenda Forward Asian Fisheries Science Special Issue Vol.25S (2012):47-58. Asian Fisheries Society. (accessed 24/04/2014)
  • Task Force on Indicators of Gender Equality (2014), Indicators of Gender Equality. UN Economic Commission for Europe (Conference of European Statisticians) (accessed 24/04/2014)
  • UN DESA (2013), Guidelines for Producing on Violence against Women (accessed 23/04/2014)
  • UN Expert Group Meeting (2007), Indicators to Measure Violence Against Women (accessed 23/04/2014)
  • UN Women (2013), A transformative stand-alone goal on achieving gender equality, women’s rights and women’s empowerment (accessed 24/04/2014)

  • World Bank (2012) Hidden Harvest : The Global Contribution of Capture Fisheries. World Bank (accessed 24/04/2014)
  • World Health Organization (2010) Health Behaviour In School-aged children, International Report on Social Determinants of Health and Well-being among young people. World Health Organization (accessed on 24/02/2014)


  • Global Study of Survivors of Gender-Based Violence Confirms our Worst Fears (Women Under Siege, 12 December 2013) (accessed 23/04/2014)
  • Parliamentary Monitoring: How can it Become More Inclusive? (, 23 September 2013) (accessed 23/04/2014)
  • Violences de Genre en Milieu Scolaire : un Guide pour les Recherches (Genre en Action, 16 October 2013) (accessed 23/04/2014)
  • Why Don’t Women Report Their Attackers? (Women in the World, 20 December 2013) (accessed 23/04/2014)
  • Wikigender, (accessed 24/04/2014)

Campaigns and Initiatives

  • COMMIT is a UN Women initiative to address and prevent violence against women and girls: (accessed 23/04/2014)
  • FRA Event: Launch of the Report on Violence Against Women Across the EU: (accessed 23/04/2014)

Media and Social Media

  • Diaz, Paula. “Una de cada diez jóvenes ha sufrido maltrato” In Publico (07/07/2010) (accessed 24/04/2014)
  • Gender Equality Index video (accessed 23/04/2014)

  • Global Fund Project in Zimbabwe : Technology for the Improvement of Data Collection, 22 May 2013, AIDSPAN (accessed 24/04/2014)
  • The Guardian, Poverty Matters Blog, Development Data: how accurate are the figures? 31.01.2014 (accessed 24/04/2014)
  • Los Adolescentes “no Detectan las Actitudes” de la Violencia de Género (, 1 June 2013) (accessed 23/04/2014)
  • ProgBlog, Women’s civic and political participation: where are the data gaps? (accessed 24/04/2014)

  • ProgBlog, Women’s socio-economic empowerment: where are the data gaps? (accessed 23/04/2014)

  • ProgBlog, Violence against women: where are the data gaps? (accessed 23/04/2014)

  • Quílez, Silvia. “Los adolescentes “no detectan las actitudes” de la violencia de género” In Rtve (01/06/2013) (accessed 24/04/2014)
  • Shapiro, Danielle. “The Daily Beast, Why Don’t Women Report Their Attackers?” In The Daily Beast (20/12/2013) (accessed 24/04/2014)
  • Una de Cada Diez Jóvenes ha Sufrido Maltrato (Pú, 7 July 2010) (accessed 23/04/2014)

  • Women under siege, Global study of survivors of gender-based violence confirms our worst fears, December 2013 (accessed 24/04/2014)


  • E-discussion summary “Empower Women, Unpaid care work and rural women” – 15-25 October 2013 (accessed 24/04/2014)

  • Wikigender, (accessed 24/04/2014)

NGOs and Tools

  • Adolescent Girls Empowerment Programme [GB-1-202344], Development Tracker: (accessed 23/04/2014)
  • Data 2X (accessed 24/04/2014)

  • “Empower Women, Rural Women and the Millennium Development Goals” Fact Sheet (accessed 24/04/2014)
  • European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) (accessed 23/04/2014)

  • The FAO (accessed 24/04/2014)

  • Genre en Action (accessed 23/04/2014)

  • Genre en Action, Violences de Genre en Milieu Scolaire Project (accessed 23/04/2014)

  • HelpAge International’s Global AgeWatch Index (accessed 24/04/2014)

  • International Social Survey Programme (accessed 23/04/2014)

  • Journal of Democracy and Open Government, Vol 5, No 2 (2013) (accessed 23/04/2014)

  • OECD’s Social Institutions and Gender Index (SIGI) (accessed 24/04/2014)

  • OECD, Earning gap in self-employment, OECD Gender Data Portal (accessed 24/04/2014)

  • Oxford Poverty & Human Development Initiative‘s The Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture Index (accessed 24/04/2014)
  • PARIS21, PARIS21 helps engineer a data revolution

  • Status of Women in the Middle East and North Africa (SWMENA), Data Tools (accessed 23/04/2014)

  • StatWorld – Interactive Maps of Open Data (using UNDP data) (accessed 24/04/2014)

  • UK Equality and Human Rights Commission, Measurement Framework, (accessed 24/04/2014)

  • UNECE Statistics, Survey Module for Measuring Violence Against Women (accessed 23/04/2014)

  • UN Statistical Division, Gender Statistics (accessed 23/04/2014)

  • UN Women, Facts and Figures: Leadership and Political Participation (accessed 23/04/2014)

  • Women’s Learning Partnership (WLP), Facts and Figures (accessed 23/04/2014)