Evidence demonstrates that effective and sustainable strategies to build resilience must address gender inequalities, and that failing to consider gender-related structural barriers and unequal power dynamics can reinforce vulnerabilities for the entire population. To address gender inequalities and build long-term, sustainable peace, UNICEF uses social services as an entry point, with education representing a good example of this approach.
Below are resources and gender-responsive, gender-sensitive, and gender-transformative program results that emerged from the Learning for Peace programme.
|Gender, education, and peacebuilding issue brief (UNICEF, 2016)||A Rigorous Review of Global Research Evidence on Policy and Practice on School-Related Gender-Based Violence|
|Communities Care – Changing Social Norms Project
Overview | Pathway to Change| Logical Framework | Toolkit Introduction
|Gender Socialization in Education for Peacebuilding in Uganda|
|Evaluation of Gender Socialization in Schools in Uganda Project (UNICEF, 2016)||Gender, Education and Peacebuilding-A Review of Learning for Peace Case Studies (UNICEF, 2016)|
|Rethinking Gender Norms in Uganda (UNICEF Uganda, 2016) Video|