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An overview of Lagoro IDP camp in Kitgum District, northern Uganda, 20 May 2007. Manoocher Deghati/IRIN
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The Social Development programme is committed to ensuring socially inclusive development and thus works on issues of gender justice, social exclusion, inequality and the eradication of poverty. We consider socially inclusive development in relation to a wide range of sectors and issues and diverse population groups, by age, ethnicity or other identity.
Measuring women's empowerment
Report on gender and inequality

We cannot measure women's economic empowerment by income alone. There are other ways to evaluate progress, argues a new report from ODI Social Development. 

 

 

Data, power and women
Six ways to measure progress for women after 2015

The more data we collect on social norms the more we know about life chances. Our report looks at how we can use that data to measure the progress of women and girls globally.

 

 

 Social justice for adolescent girls
ODI Report

This year we’ve learned important lessons from the field about the impact of social norms on achieving social justice for adolescent girls. Read more in our multi-country study.

Towards gender justice for adolescent girls
Country briefings

When it comes to tackling social norms, making change happen is notoriously difficult. These briefings highlight that, despite positive changes, progress remains patchy and slow.

Social Development
The Social Development programme is committed to ensuring socially inclusive development and thus works on issues of gender justice, social exclusion, inequality and the eradication of poverty. We consider socially inclusive development in relation to a wide range of sectors and issues and diverse population groups, by age, ethnicity or other identity.
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