IDB and Gender Mainstreaming
To try to answer, IDB, Inter-American Development Bank provides a Qualitative and Quantitative
analysis of gender occupational segregation in several LAC countries. IDB main purpose is to promote economic and
social development in LAC, reduce poverty and increase social equity.
Female Participation in The Construction Sector and Transportation Industry Research by Isabel C. Granada, Daniel Pérez J., Laureen Montes C., Andrea Monje, Alejandra A. Caldo. 

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Gender and Labor Markets in Latin America and the Caribbean - IBD Report. To read the PDF full report, click on the graphic.

Gender and Labor Markets in Latin America and the Caribbean – IBD Report. To read the PDF full report, click on the graphic.

 

What is the state of gender mainstreaming and sectoral segregation policies in LAC?

Gender and Labor Markets in Latin America and the Caribbean - IBD Report. To read the PDF full report, click on the graphic.

Gender and Labor Markets in Latin America and the Caribbean – IBD Report. To read the PDF full report, click on the graphic.

Gender and Labor Markets in Latin America and the Caribbean - IBD Report To read the PDF full report, click on the graphic

IDB and Gender MGender and Labor Markets in Latin America and the Caribbean – IBD Report To read the PDF full report, click on the graphicainstreaming

Gender and Labor Markets in Latin America and the Caribbean - IBD Report. To read the PDF full report, click on the graphic.

Gender and Labor Markets in Latin America and the Caribbean – IBD Report. To read the PDF full report, click on the graphic.

Gender and Labor Markets in Latin America and the Caribbean - IBD Report. To read the PDF full report, click on the graphic

Gender and Labor Markets in Latin America and the Caribbean – IBD Report. To read the PDF full report, click on the graphic

 

Our findings suggest that even countries with strong regulatory frameworks, still struggle to mainstream
national policies that transcend to non-traditional sectors.

 IDB, Inter-American Development Bank

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Publicado em 8 de dez de 2015
En América Latina y el Caribe, más del 50% de los usuarios de los sistemas de transporte público son mujeres. Sin embargo, no todos nuestros sistemas se diseñan teniendo en cuenta las necesidades y perspectivas de las mujeres. En el BID, nuestra meta es que las mujeres tengan las mismas oportunidades que los hombres dentro del sector, y que esto represente mejores sistemas de transporte para todos los usuarios.