Wikigender Calls for Contributions

“Did you know that school enrolment rates for Sudan, Burkina Faso and Guinea Bissau are below 40%, while the rate in Canada, Japan and Denmark is 100%?

Did you know that average median wages for men in OECD countries are 15% higher than those for women?

Did you know that at 58%, the Philippines has a higher rate of women in management positions than many OECD countries?

Learn more about gender equality facts and statistics, and exchange best practices on how to promote women’s empowerment on!

Wikigender is an interactive platform to share and discuss information on gender equality. Wikis allow users to easily create, edit and link web pages.

Launched in 2008, Wikigender aims to become the worldwide reference point for research and statistics on gender equality, as well as a discussion forum for practitioners to exchange best practices. As Wikigender evolves, the content of the site should reflect the broad range of research and analysis undertaken at the international, national and local levels.

We are also looking for other organisations to contribute to Wikigender and welcome new partners to the project. Our aim is to build an active community that regularly uses and updates this online resource.

We look forward to welcoming you on and hope that this project will offer an interesting new way of exchanging and sharing experiences and knowledge on gender equality.”

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