Gender Responsive Budgeting Brief 2019

Authors/editor(s): UN Women in Serbia

Gender Responsive Budgeting (GRB) is an innovative public policy tool for assessing the impact of policies and budgets from gender perspective and for ensuring that policies and their accompanied budgets do not perpetuate gender inequalities but contribute to more equal society for women and men. GRB aims to close the “implementation gap” that exists in countries like Serbia, which have laws and policies in place to advance gender equality, but these are not fully implemented in practice.

The latest brief on the introduction of Gender Responsive Budgeting in the Repubilc of Serbia in 2019 showcases successful examples on a path towards gender equality, gender analysis of transport, construction and infrastructure, and the latest figures including the ones on users at national and provincial levels that have applied GRB in their 2019 budgets. In addition, the brief comprises key actors, as well as a timeline and GRB supporting documents. 

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Bibliographic information

Geographic coverage: Europe and Central Asia; Serbia

Subject area(s): Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs); 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development; Gender mainstreaming; Governance and national planning; Gender-responsive budgeting; Partnerships; Government contributors

Resource type: Briefs

Publication year: 2019

Number of pages: 6

Publishing entities: United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women)