Training materials

Gender budgets logoThis page includes selected training materials from the research team and participants in the workshops led by the team. Please identify the sources if you use any of these materials.

Austen, Siobhan, Sharp, Rhonda and Costa, Monica (2014) ‘Why is gender-responsive budgeting important?’, presentation to Regional Workshop to Support Gender Mainstreaming and Women’s Economic Empowerment in Asia and the Pacific (organised by United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP)), Bali, Indonesia, 19–21 February 2014.

Costa, Monica and Sharp, Rhonda (2014) ‘How to make GRB a reality? Challenges and opportunities?’, presentation to Regional Workshop to Support Gender Mainstreaming and Women’s Economic Empowerment in Asia and the Pacific (organised by United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP)), Bali, Indonesia, 19–21 February 2014.

Sharp, Rhonda, Austen, Siobhan and Costa, Monica (2013) 'Integrating gender into economics: the example of gender-responsive budgeting', presentation to a one-day workshop hosted by the World Bank and AusAID, Canberra, Australia, 16 December 2013.

Sharp, Rhonda and Costa, Monica (2010) 'Gaps and achievements in engendering the budget process in Timor-Leste', mimeo used to brief the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers, 24 March 2010, Timor-Leste. (Word 514 kb)

Sharp, Rhonda and Costa, Monica (2010) '10 things NGOs need to know about annual action plans', briefing paper to non-governmental organisations, 25 March 2010, Timor-Leste. (Word 29 kb)

Sharp, Rhonda and Costa, Monica (2010) '9 things directors need to know about annual action plans', presentation to planning directors, 30 March 2010, Timor-Leste. (Word 28 kb)

Pinto, Christina (2009) 'The budget process: What happens? When does it happen? Who does it?', one-day workshop on gender-responsive budgeting in the context of the implementation of the domestic violence law, Timor-Leste Ministry of Justice and Justice Facility (funded by AusAID), Dili, 23 January.
PowerPoint presentation (252 kb)

Jakarta workshopSharp, Rhonda (2008) Four-day workshop on gender-responsive budgeting in the context of the education sector. LAPIS – Learning Assistance Program for Islamic Schools (funded by AusAID): Jakarta.

Sharp, Rhonda and Elson, Diane (2009) Session on international experiences on gender-responsive budgeting. Australian Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA): Canberra.
PowerPoint presentation (148 kb)

Sharp, Rhonda (2009) One-day workshop on gender-responsive budgeting in the context of the implementation of the domestic violence law. Timor-Leste Ministry of Justice and Justice Facility (funded by AusAID): Dili.

Sharp, Rhonda (2009) Session on international trends in gender-responsive budgeting and its relevance to the Indonesian context. Steering Committee of the Indonesian Interdepartmental Committee on Gender-Responsive Planning and Budgeting and Canada–Indonesia Governance Reform Support Project (funded by Canadian International Development Agency): Jakarta.

Schech, Susanne and Sharp, Rhonda (2007) Gender Analysis: Concepts, Tools and Practice – Training Manual for APEC 2007, Gender Focal Point Network Workshop. Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC): Cairns. (PDF 1.11 MB)

Budlender, Debbie, Sharp, Rhonda and Allen, Kerri (1998) How to do a Gender-Sensitive Budget Analysis: Contemporary Research and Practice. Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) and the Commonwealth Secretariat: London.

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