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Making the invisible visible: CRVS as a basis to meeting the 2030 gender agenda


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Presentation by Jenna Slotin (Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data) at the High-Level Panel and technical consultations on Making the Invisible Visible: CRVS as a basis to Meeting the 2030 Gender Agenda - Ottawa, 26 February 2018.

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Making the invisible visible: CRVS as a basis to meeting the 2030 gender agenda

  1. 1. Making the invisible visible: CRVS as a basis to meeting the 2030 gender agenda Jenna Slotin Senior Director for Policy @Data4SDGs
  2. 2. Meeting the 2030 gender agenda
  3. 3. Operationalizing ‘leave no one behind’ Civil registration Access to rights and services Public health planning Vital statistics Being counted Data = Making the invisible visible
  4. 4. Some of our 300+ partners 5
  5. 5. 1. Advocacy for data National political profile Collaboration with NSOs, line ministries, local civil society, academia and private sector to build more robust data ecosystems Regional engagement Collaboration with UNECA, ECLAC, ESCAP, regional MDBs and other regional bodies Advocacy: Focus on financing for data Making a case for data and its value to help countries improve domestic resource mobilization and more financing from international sources
  6. 6. Global advocacy for CRVS and gender Strengthening the case for investment As part of work on financing for data, exploring with partners possibility for a deep dive on CRVS to rigorously show the economic returns from well-performing CRVS systems and the costs of poorly-performing systems Link to ‘leave no one behind’ advocacy Pushing for more inclusive data through deeper disaggregation and making the invisible visible, which is part of highlighting the gender dimensions of CRVS
  7. 7. 2. Driving collaboration Based on issues identified through country engagement and deliberations with other stakeholders, data collaboratives have been established to bring together partner organizations for collective action focusing on: Leave No One Behind Environmental Data Data Interoperability (with UNSD)
  8. 8. Leave no one behind This group brings together partners from across sectors to strengthen data on those that are furthest behind in society by filling gaps, developing, testing and scaling new methods, and sharing information. Collective problem-solving and collaborative action to help tackle CRVS and gender Open forums for exchange on difficult or sensitive topics Task teams to work on concrete time-bound tasks
  9. 9. Thank you Jenna Slotin @jslotin