Foundation of Women's Rights Promotion and Development

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Foundation of Women's Rights Promotion and Development (FWRPD; Chinese: 婦女權益促進發展基金會), a center of information and resource for all women in Taiwan, "dedicated to the enhancement and development of women's rights", is funded and established by Taiwanese government.[1] FWRPD is the most important non-profit organization promoting gender mainstreaming in Taiwan.[2]

FWRPD has conducted research on gender mainstreaming and gender equality development, produced gender resources kits for training and education, networked women groups and entrepreneurs, participated in international exchange in UN, APEC gender related meetings.[3]

Gender impact assessment[edit]

FWRPD has contributed to the development and execution of Gender Impact Assessment (GIA) in Taiwan.[4] Along with Taiwan's Women's Rights Committee, FWRPD led a series of discussions to draft and implement Taiwan's Gender impact assessment, at the beginning of Taiwan's history of gender impact assessment.[4]

FWRPD has held four gender analysis and impact assessment training workshops in 2008 so as to prepare frontline bureaucrats to implement gender impact assessment.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About the Foundation of Women's Rights Promotion and Development (FWRPD)". Foundation for Women's Rights Promotion and Development. Foundation for Women's Rights Promotion and Development. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  2. ^ 羅清水; 馬榕曼 (2013). "我國推動性別主流化在教育政策上的意義和實踐". 教育政策與學校行政 (in Chinese). 五南圖書出版股份有限公司. p. 359. ISBN 978-957-11-7023-7. 婦女權益促進發展基金會(以下簡稱為婦權基金會)為我國推行性別主流化最重要的非營利組織,
  3. ^ "Taiwan's Women's Organizations" (PDF). APEC Women Leaders Network. APEC Women Leaders Network. Retrieved 2015-11-15.[permanent dead link]
  4. ^ a b c Yu-Ying Kuo (21 April 2015). Policy Analysis in Taiwan. Policy Press. pp. 83–. ISBN 978-1-4473-0830-0. [History of GIA in Taiwan] Even the agency in charge of monitoring, the Research, Development and Evaluation Commission (RDEC), had no idea where to begin. ... Frontline bureaucrats from various departments and agencies expressed their need to have a Standardised Operation Procedure (SOP) ... In response to these complaints, the Women's Rights Committee and Foundation of Women's Rights Promotion and Development (FWRPD) invited gender experts, scholars and women's groups for a series of discussions. Accordingly the new Gender Impact Assessment Checklist was developed in 2008 along with the Tuide for Gender Impact assessment to provide examples showing how the check list works. ... FWRPD held four 'gender analysis and impact assessment' workshops in September and October 2008 to provide the basic training for frontline bureaucrats (Chen and Wang, 2011: 22).