Advocacy for increasing public budgets and financing for gender equality:  Local proposals & global strategies
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Advocacy for increasing public budgets and financing for gender equality:  Local proposals & global strategies Advocacy for increasing public budgets and financing for gender equality: Local proposals & global strategies Presentation Transcript

  • Advocacy for increasing public budgets and financing for gender equality: Local proposals & global strategies
  • Background Initially, Costing estimates the cost of priorities for each goal within the MDG. This is not enough to consolidate the investment of the national government. Therefore, it is necessary to articulate costing to planning and budgetary processes trough GRB.
  • GRB
  • How to advocate in the elaboration of Public Budgets Analysis of the budget elaboration process.  Legislation about budgets.  Engineering for the elaboration of budgets.  Sources and distribution of expenses.  To make visible the competencies of the sectoral an territorial levels in the elaboration of the budget.
  • Central Government: Ministries and vice ministries, VIO, Planning, Autonomies, Economics and Public Management School. Plurinational Assembly. Universities (CIDES - CESU - CEPLAG) Strategic association: MNT-PSG and women organizations Departmental autonomies: departmental and indigenus governments, autonomic assemblies. Assosiation: Both urban and rural women's organizations Municipal governments: Urban, rural, indigenous. Councillors Associationss Strategic assosiation: local teams and women's organizations Territorial and Sectoral Level Public and Social
  • How to advocate in the elaboration of Public Budgets Analysis of the budget elaboration process:  Legislation on budgeting.  Budgeting engineering  Sources and distribution of expenses.  Demonstrate the skills of sectoral and territorial levels in budgeting processes. Analysis of he behavior of budgets (national, sectoral, territorial)  Analyze the budgetary allocation and implementation (national, sectoral, territorial) from a gender perspective.
  • What is a budgetary analisys based on the gender approach? The budget helps to close inequality gaps in the fulfillment of rights. The budget contributes to the redistribution of the responsibility for the care and sustainability of life. If the budget contributes to the transformation of cultural and religious patterns of discrimination, oppression and inequality of women. If the budget indirectly contributes to improving the quality of life of women and traditionally excluded sectors.
  • Investment Focused on Women (FM): Programs/projects and/or services intended exclusively for women, designed to close the gaps of inequality between women and men and promote the autonomy and the exercise of women's rights (affirmative action) Investment in social and public co-responsibility for the care and sustainability of life (CSV) Programs/projects and/or services that promote responsibility of the state, the society, the community and all the members of the family, in the labor of social reproduction, the care and sustainability of life, generating material and cultural conditions for better distribution of housework and caring tasks between them. Investment in Equality Culture Programs/projects and/or services oriented to change values, ideas, beliefs​​ and practices; the flexibility of roles and social stereotypes that reproduce gender discrimination, class and ethnic difference. Gender investment categories
  • CATEGORIZATION INDICATORS RANKING Blue More del 20% Green From 10 to 20% Yellow From 5 to 10% Orange Between 2 and 5% Red Less than 2% Blue More than 90% of exucution Green From 80 to 90% of execution Yellow From 70 to 80% of execution Orange Between 60 and 70% of execution Red Less than 60% of execution Investment in gender equality Investment Focusse n Women (FM) Investment in social and public responsibility for the care and sustainability of life (CSV)​​ Culture of Equal Investment (CI): Investment with indirect impact on gender (IIG) Gender Equity Investment (GEI) = % of FM+CSV+CI over the total budget Investment Efficiency in Gender Equity and Equality (EIEG) = = % of FM+CSCF+CI executed over budgeted amount
  • Municipios RANKING INVERSION EN EQUIDAD DE GÉNERO (IEG) 2010 Total ejecutado en Equidad de Género (Bs.) 2010 Evaluación Sacabamba 1 6,51 145.379,14 Anzaldo 2 5,45 264.380,10 Shinahota 3 5,26 749.565,15 Tiquipaya 4 4,48 1.199.256,22 Bolívar 5 4,34 298.225,14 Tapacarí 6 4,31 930.082,03 Omereque 7 4,01 141.929,35 Vila Vila 8 3,97 142.484,73 Tacopaya 9 3,74 290.968,43 Tarata 10 3,42 122.154,73 Punata 11 3,16 578.976,34 Tiraque 12 3,01 287.625,65 Cercado 13 2,65 7.169.077,91 Puerto Villarroel 14 2,51 797.747,63 Toco 15 2,50 138.505,37 Vinto 16 2,38 325.406,94 Vacas 17 2,38 231.700,13 Arque 18 2,31 218.475,58 Capinota 19 2,27 208.030,11 Arbieto 20 2,10 119.671,85 Pocona 21 2,10 138.193,10 Tacachi 22 2,08 13.890,66 Independencia 23 2,04 421.042,41 Mizque 24 1,97 299.880,70 Tolata 25 1,76 57.903,61 Aiquile 26 1,76 260.415,67 Morochata 27 1,71 220.380,71 San Benito 28 1,62 116.950,63 Pojo 29 1,60 116.410,79 Villa Rivero 30 1,57 45.346,33 Arani 31 1,52 138.133,89 Entre Ríos 32 1,35 351.523,52 Alalay 33 1,35 36.967,41 Chimoré 34 1,33 233.011,11 Sacaba 35 1,29 921.543,93 Totora 36 1,27 110.357,25 Santivañez 37 1,24 52.014,46 Sicaya 38 1,23 23.574,76 Colcapirhua 39 1,22 289.291,86 Villa Tunari 40 1,15 627.677,80 Cocapata 41 1,06 40.827,51 Cliza 42 0,98 170.941,07 Quillacollo 43 0,93 748.748,06 Sipe Sipe 44 0,86 112.518,33 Colomi 45 0,69 75.761,33 Cuchumuela 46 0,57 12.220,79 Pasorapa 47 0,50 27.778,79 Buena: Existe buena voluntad política para ejecutar programas/proyectos que promueven la equidad de género. Aceptable: Hay mediana voluntad política, expresada en la asignación de recursos para algunos programas/proyectos favorables a la equidad de género Delicada: Existe algo de interés, se ejecutan acciones aisladas para la equidad de género Crítica: Existe insuficiente interés en la promoción en la promoción de la equidad de género. R anking Municipal de Inversión en Equidad de G énero 2010
  • Advocacy strategies Evaluation and opportunities offered by the context 1. Building solid arguments. 2. Proposed regulatory and budgetary instruments. (laws, guidelines, classifiers). 3. Impact on tax reforms (Pensions Law).
  • Strengthening partnerships between women's organizations, public institutions, stakeholders and other actors for advocacy actions Incorporation of Article. 22; Directions for the elaboration of AOP and budgets. 2010 - 2013. Directives and classifiers for Planning and Budgeting in the Plurinational State of Bolivia; Autonomies Law, Pensions Law, Law to Prevent Violence 348, Law for Micro and Small Business; Costing of axis and components of the Plan of Equal Opportunities; Specific incorporation of gender goals and indicators in the planning process of the Ministry of Productive Development; Costing of services to attend cases of violence in the context of the Law to Prevent Violence;
  • Advocacy strategies 4. Socialization, strengthening and coordination with organizations and stakeholders. 5. Alliances with functional and sectoral organizations and the international cooperation. 6. Enforcement mechanisms for accountability. 7. Enforceability of the acknowlegement of costing policies and interventions.
  • The articulation of GRB and the development of a Costing Methodological Process contributes to: Define specific interventions or actions that can be carried out by public instances to close gender gaps and promote equality between women and men, clearly defining the target population and taking into consideration different scenarios. The effectiveness of public action in reducing poverty. The efficiency of public spending. Compliance with standards and laws on gender equality. Defines the specific cost of the interventions making a projection of the cost depending on the years of intervention of the action and depending on the objective of reducing inequality gaps. Proposing implementation costs of Laws, Policies and Plans. Articulates the Costing Process with the political actions of the GRB.
  • Under discussion again when it is necessary to fulfill the commitments for gender equality and equity. It is necessary to have new laws or adjustments as well as regulations for existing laws. Advocacy on autonomic processes. Knowledge Building on fiscal policy (distribution of resources and fundraising). Political alliances.
  • Role of the International Cooperation Mandate of supporting national development processes. Commitment to support state instances and social organizations. Articulate meeting spaces between different actors. Provide technical assistance in accordance with requirements of the State and the organizations. To promote spaces to exchange good practices experiences.
  • Progresses Progressive increase in gender budgeting and sectoral municipal AOPs. Development of capacity building and analysis tools as well as categories and indicators of investment spending. Gender Equality Costing System. Appropriation of technical processes by the State and social organizations. Conclusion:  Reconciling demands with the sociocultural and political context.  Deepening the use of gender categories and indicators.  Achieving local and national impacts leveraging autonomic processes - mainstreaming and institutionalization, strengthening of social movements.