[IGFmaglist] IGF Gender Report Card 2015 - final
Lynn at Internet-Matters.org
Mon May 16 16:18:16 EDT 2016
Dear Jac, all,
this is good news and great progress!
Congratulations to all who championed and actively supported this. On to an even better 2016!
> On Apr 13, 2016, at 2:08 PM, Jac sm Kee <jac at apcwomen.org> wrote:
> Dear all,
> Sharing the IGF 2015 Gender Report Card findings. Much thanks to the
> Secretariat for including this as part of the formal report back, which
> has translated into real results: twice the number of reports filled in
> compared to 2014, with a total of 107 workshops!
> Some interesting findings:
> * 79 workshops recorded that gender was a relevant aspect of their
> * There is a fairly high number of women panelists (274 in total).
> However, this only made up 37% of the total panelists.
> * 59 out of 87 workshops (about 2/3) reported that women accounted for
> about half of the participants, although there was one that reported no
> women participants at all (which is a little surprising!)
> Will leave it to you to read the rest. But it's definitely showing
> improvements in IGF's work in integrating gender both in terms of
> participation and content. So bravo to all :)
> Chengetai, can this be published in the IGF website as part of the
> report for last year?
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